Fate of Marvee
Keunam is the city farthest to the south in Avalon and is the city where most outsiders visit. This is the second largest city in Avalon and is very impressive to the races. The trees here are fused with steel. Keunam has the largest population of elves of any of the other cities, due how close it is to the border. A small number of Eladrin tasked with ruling Keunam live at the very top of the city. They only interact with a small number of elves who are well respected by the Eladrin.
Keunam is where the majority of food is gathered and transported to the the other cities in Avalon. Smaller villages of elves live around Keunam and are tasked with hunting and gathering fruit. They stop by Keunam at the end of each hunting day and drop off about ¾ of what they have collected each day. Many elves are bothered by the amount of food they are forced to give up. They are paid for their efforts, but to the elves material possessions do not hold much value.
Keunam is centered on a large hill and spreads out about a half-mile around the base of it. All of the trees are interconnected which gives the center tall trees even more support. Many view Keunam as the pinnacle of city design due to how seamless it is with the rest of the rain forest and how functional the city is. Most of the other races do not go very high on the trees because they are told you must go up by stars and ladders, this is not actually true. The Eladrin have made magical elevators hidden in some trunks that are wide enough to fit one of the Fey. Once inside you simply say which level on the tree you wish to go to and anti-gravity magic takes you there. For the higher levels of the city passwords are required and there are no staircases that reach it. To go down the Fey use the water that flows down from the top of the trees.
Thanks to the height of Keunam the tallest trees are able to collect water directly from clouds and channel it down to the rest of the city. The fey use this water way to travel down the trees. This water is used to hydrate the Fey of Keunam and to water the the trees below if they need it. Then the water is fed into Nang, the river East of Keunam that flows to the north towards the sea. This is done to channel the rain for constant water flow just using gravity for the most part and ensures that the majority of the water goes to where it would naturally reach.