The Dead Lands of Athas
Named after the orcish word for Whitewood, the city is relatively large and serves as the home for a large majority of the orcs of the Obsidian Plains. This inhabitants of this city are relatively harmless, regarding visitors (even the living) with indifference. Many of the orcs retained their free-will in undeath —those who lost theirs are controlled by those who’s will remains intact.
The mindless orcs serve as slaves, working constantly on the trading project their leader has ordered them to do. Occasionally, a general will lead a legion of Undead to raid the various forests and the Sea of Chalat for wood (or in the case of Chalat, for intact ghost ships). These trips usually yield poor results, but after thousands of years, the wood has stacked up.
Biga’fe’tye remains relatively unchanged from how it looked and functioned in the Green Age. Orc slaves were first put to work chiseling off the thick layer of obsidian from the buildings and roads, and now the city is practically obsidian free. There is one building solely devoted to storing obsidian. Apparently it will later be used in trade.