The City of Wembury is a major city in the Free Lands, renown for the Wembury Channel and the major station of the SDF-Navy, but also known as a city of artists and musicians.
- 983 km from Fortham.
Wembury is home to the Water Police Coordination Office, which is the highest command, control and coordination authority of the Water Polices. The city itself maintains a small force of patrol vessels.
Wembury is home to a major part of the SDF-Navy, which uses the strategically important harbour to their advantage by stationing the majority of their vessels within the area. After 2016, many of the larger units of the SDF-Navy have their homeport there, most famously SDFS Maor, one of the Navy's Sealgaire-class Helicopter Carriers, and her battlegroup, as well as both the 1st and 2nd Frigate Squadrons and the 1st Cruiser Squadron.
One of the most important providers of work is Silverport Dockyards Limited, which has facilities within the city, having taken them from the Caillte Maritime Solutions Engineering Office before expanding upon that foundation.
Wembury has a number of bridges spanning the Channel, most famous of which is the Lovers' Bridge, named after two statues of Liliane and Cormac. With direct access to the railway system by three railway stations, a major harbour and a seaplane port, the city is easily reached.
Heart of the city's economic capabilities, however, is the Channel, which connects the Great Sea with the Silver Bay, cutting right through the city. First phases of construction are usually dated to the 8th century BCE, with the Channel expanding and being expanded time and time again.
Wembury is home of a number of famous musicians and bands, amongst them the Rockband Ard and the Folkrock Band Stopaire, as well as the musicians Caja Glór of the Tribe of Laois and Shane Domhain of the Tribe of Monaghan.
Other famous artists of the Free Lands with their origins here are
The Grand Temple of Abhcan
Wembury is home to the principal temple of the Cult of Abhcan, Goddess of Arts and Music.