Uesureyan Fields is the Planet Yamatai's largest starport. It is a huge and ancient (pre-Yamatai Star Empire) military base on Planet Yamatai. Uesureyan Fields is located east of Central Uesureya and is extensively connected by rail. Although Uesureyan Fields is a civilian city, its population is primarily government workers and military soldiers. Most civilians work in the logistics field.
Most of Uesureyan Fields is underground; the surface is a seemingly endless massive flat nonstick surface for starship landings. Due it its Zesuaium construction, the city beneath is well protected.
Beneath the endless barren spaceport there was a real city, with roads and neon lights, convenience stores, superstores, brothels, tattoo parlors, and lots of clubs and taxi cabs.
|Surface Level||Starship and shuttle landing areas and elevators.|
|City Level||Extensive underground offices, restaurants, clubs, etc|
|Transport level||Railways and utilities|
|Cargo Level||Storage facilities for military equipment|
|Systems Level||Misc systems, secure bunkers, etc|
In a quiet bar beneath Uesureyan Fields starport, a handful of Star Army soldiers on the move between stations sat around waiting for their shuttles or starships to land. The bar was an ideal hangout: It was next door to the entrance to an underground military-operated temporary housing complex; a restaurant section served Mexican food; booze was endless and varied; and a relaxed atmosphere and staff made it a laid-back watering hole.
Outside the bar, the street level was topped by a lane of transparent Zesuaium panels forming part of the massive starport above. Sunlight shone down through them on the dusty cobblestone road and sidewalks. A pair of scantily clad self-employed comfort women waited on a bench struggling not to fall asleep, and a flickering florescent sign read “Desperados Nepleslianos.”
Inside, a bulky Nepleslian man wearing a red dress shirt and a bandolier full of shotgun shells slammed a bag of ice a few times with a slegehammer before pouring it out into a cooler. Spotting some low-ranking soldiers coming the door, he asked, “What'll it be?”