By comparison to some of the other Dreamworlds products, I found this disappointingly routine. The map is certainly attractive enough, albeit at a scale far different to the typical form most would think of as a "floorplan". It also follows in virtually identical style, and not dissimilar layout, to the first great fantasy RPG city, Judges Guild's "City State of the Invincible Overlord" from 1976. However, the text descriptions here provide far less detail or imagination than that 40-year-old work. While the background notes are for the typical form of pseudo-medieval setting favoured by many fantasy RPGs still, there is too little evidence of the magic and fantasy such settings really need to me. However, a GM prepared to put in a LOT of work could doubtless make this city their own, and the map is certainly attractive enough to help in that.
[3 of 5 Stars!]