Brixton, city of progress. Only 20 years of slavery earns freedom, and all the comforts the Lords can offer. The People’s elected representative even gets a vote on the Lords’ Council, which creates the laws of Brixton. Freedmen can own possessions, and can devote extra years of servitude beyond 20 to decrease the required service of their heir.
City housing is solid brick: cool in the summer, warm in the winter. The brick is imported from nearby Brimstone Bay: A massive, sulphurous mine, quarry, and mud pit where disobedient slaves are sent to finish their slave tenure, often for less than 20 years.