- For the other uses of "Mistral", see Mistral (disambiguation).
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Mistral is a large city built on two mountains within the Kingdom of Mistral.
Various buildings cover the mountains from the summits to the foothills. Haven Academy lies at the top of the city spanning across the peaks of both mountains, which themselves are part of a wider mountain range. Stone stairways act as the main routes in the city.
The Mistral Trading Company, or MTC, is a mining company which focuses primarily on the extraction and refinery of Dust. It was primarily active in Vacuo following the Great War, but abandoned most its stations after the kingdom's resources were expended.
Layout[edit | edit source]
Mistral is divided into multiple levels; the higher one goes, the nicer it gets. A massive platform in the middle of the city acts as an elevator to descend and ascend through Mistral. The city is full of various buildings and vendors selling merchandise legally and illegally. Haven Academy rests at the top of the tallest point.
History[edit | edit source]
Pre-Great War[edit | edit source]
Prior to the Great War, the Kingdom of Mistral adopted the Kingdom of Mantle's policy of abolishment of the arts and self-expression. However, the city itself managed to maintain its cultural identity.
Haven Academy[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Haven Academy
Haven Academy was founded by the King of Vale. It serves to train future Huntsmen and Huntresses and secretly houses the Relic of Knowledge which can only be accessed by the Spring Maiden. However, it's Headmaster Leonardo Lionheart has sent all of it's students home while he sells out the location of most of the Huntsmen of Mistral to Salem's Inner Circle. The staff of Haven were also not exempt from this as they were all killed by Tyrian Callows and Hazel Rainart. After the Battle of Haven, Salem kills professor Lionheart and his death and betrayal was covered up to make it seem like he died heroically protecting the academy.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Mistral was heavily inspired by Eastern cultures and Ba Sing Se from Avatar: The Last Airbender.
- Mistral was designed with Greek and Asian influences.
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