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Durmin is a medium-sized city on Minos, located in the heart of one of the richer mining territories. It acts as a trade hub for the region, as well as a center of local governance (what passes for it, anyway). The main distinguishing feature of the city is that it is built into a narrow canyon with a geothermal vent at the bottom. The effect of the shelter from the canyon and the geothermal heat is that Durmin Canyon (and the city) is one of the few spots on Minos with a livably stable climate year-round.
Granny Tea’s notes on Durmin:
They named the city Durmin after the middle-of-nowhere city the settler captain’s ancestors had come from back on Earth. The culture is a mish-mash of ancient East Asian cultures – as you could probably guess by the Prostokvashino markets and Wu Liang Ye liquor shops.
The “Saint Avraamy Mirozhsky” is the biggest hospital around, but smaller practices refer and do work there all the time. Ivan – in case you wanted it, the contact address for the hospital’s director of personnel is firstname.lastname@example.org; if she can’t find you a place at the hospital, I’m sure she can recommend some practices you could look into joining temporarily.
Lotte, Lukoil, Tsingtao, and Sumitomo are the four mining companies with a presence in Durmin, each working different mines looking for different minerals in the area. Each is very protective of their claims in the area. The big underground organizations are Ninkyō Dantai, the Heaven and Earth Society, Solntsevskaya Bratva, and Kawaii. Each is an alliance of smaller gangs, and each is stronger in different areas of Minos, but each has a presence here in Durmin. They all traffic in human labor and black market transactions for the mining companies.