You find the turret mechanism stacked beside the other items left behind by Miquel, when you board the airship. He seems to have taken a fair number of those neat frost grenades (or maybe he just used most of them during last night's activities, but he has left 3 grenades for you. Theres also 5 gravity decelerators left, though it is probably best to leave those aboard the airship and distribute them whenever necessary. While flying, you figure you could work on setting that turret up somewhere. Do you do so, and if so, do you attempt to fit either of those weapons to it?
Anyway, you start the Airship up, readying it for flight. Bit by bit, the hot air lifts you and your passengers off the ground, and you turn the ship towards you destination. Miquel waves his goodbye from below for a minute or two, before he disappears amidst the town. Above, the unusual second, grayish-white sun shines alongside the everyday sun. It is particularly hot today, though for the most part, the airballoon gives you and the others shade. You travel for two full days, stopping once in a hamlet for refreshments and rest, much to the amazement of the villagers there, and once in the open. A little past midday on the third day, the city of Taraheen comes into sight below. Seen from above, it appears smaller than it really is... But you can also see just how large the city is. I've given the description twice before, but i shall quote it a third time, for great justice.
You guesstimate that the locals wont be as accepting of you landing an airship in the middle of a square like you did in the hamlet and in Tenrir. Both were small, quiet places in comparison to Taraheen. Theres a lot more people on every street, here. Unless you can negotiate a place to park it, you hardly have much choice where to land. Or, of course, you could try without permission, there probably aint any laws concerning the usage of Taraheen airspace specifically, or any on how to park your airship.The high, gray angular stone walls of Taraheen sit around the large city, proudly jutting up out of the ground. The city sits atop a large hill, and the narrow Elrendrelle river flows by just outside the western walls, a small docks situated at its edge, a welcome stop for riverships and likewise. The town itself is quite sizeable, the second largest in this country, through to be considered small in comparison to the capital. From what you know of it, the city comes by mostly on the generous produce of the rich farmlands around itself, the city acting as the place to go for any business the farmers may have, but it is also a common stop for many merchants, and in the past it has also profited from mining the iron in the region.
Then again, you might be wrong.