There are 2 types of housing in the land where the Erenderiels’ lives: tents and houses.
The tents are for the rabbi Erenderiels’ as they move around the eastern part of Grand Edenia frequently. It is made of sheep’s or goats’ wool that is woven in rectangular strips. Wooden mallets and tent pegs are used to set up the structure of the tent. When they have to move, they will take them down, fold and stow for travelling. The tents are made up of 2 sections: front and back.
The purpose is for different reasons, the front part is a public area where anyone can walk in. The rabbi will use this area to communicate with the people and have meals with them. The front part will be left open only when the weather is warm. The back part is for the rabbi to have discussions and lead their own private life.
The houses are for the rest of the Erenderiels’ as they will not have to move from one location to another. Stone, straws and mud are use to build the houses. The size and height of the houses depends on the authority of the people.
The houses the elders live in is 2 stories high.
The 1st level have a front and back part that is similar to the rabbi tent structure. The front part is where anyone can walk in for advice or needing to seek help. In the middle of the front part of the house there is a courtyard where it provided shelter, workspace for agriculture purposes, rearing animals, cooking and collecting water. The back part is where the elders would hold their meetings in private to discuss about improving the living standards of eastern part of Grand Edenia. There will be a wooden ladder which leads them to the 2nd level.
The 2nd level is where there are many rooms with small windows for the elders to rest or sleep. The place is also for bathing and doing daily chores such as weaving and drying food. There is a roof at the top to cover them.
The houses the messengers live in is 1 storey high.
The front part of the house is where daily activities such as agriculture and rearing animals are and where the elders or rabbi will come to pass them the letters so that they can deliver them to the other parts of Grand Edenia. They tend to live near the borders of their own area. The back part is where they sleep, cook and weave. The roof has a opening so that light can come in for them to do their daily chores. If there is rain, they would tie a huge cloth to prevent water from coming in.
The houses the commoners is also 1 storey high.
However their space is not separated to front and back but just a single area. There they do all their daily activities such as agriculture, rearing animals, cooking, weaving and collecting water. It is also an area for them to sleep too.
The marketplace is located outside the walls of the housing area. It is always crowded with people purchasing their goods. All sort of things can be found there. They are spices, bread, vegetables, beans, meat, fabric, pottery, cooking utensils, building materials, etc. It is also a place for trading and people gathering together.
The Erenderiels are religious people and they only have 1 temple that is located in the middle of the housing areas. This is so that all the people can come together for their daily rituals and chants. The temple has three main sections: the Outer Court, the Inner Court and Holy Place.
The Outer Court is accessible to everyone. It is where they assemble for their religious activities.
The Inner Court is restricted to only the rabbi and elders. It is where they would pray on behalf of the people to God.
The Holy Place is only accessible to one of the high elders, chosen by God after cleansing themselves through circumcision. The place contain a golden altar at which incense is offered and next to it a seven-branched candelabrum and the table with the twelve loaves of shewbread. If anyone other than the high elder enters, the person will be struck dead.