This main trading world is divided into three sectors. They are the following:
1 The Market- this is by far the busiest of the three sectors. This is where most of the income for this particular world is generated. Valhalla is the main market and the largest in the Afterworlds. This market is the one that spawned all the others. Although it is in one of the coldest regions, it still retains it's sovereignty over all other worlds in regards to the soul trade. This sector is also divided, but into four parts. Buyers, Sellers, Traders, and Black.
1.1. Black Quarter is where all contracts are bought, modified and sold, as per regulations. Incidentally, this is also where the majority of the illegal business goes on. This is where the majority of this world's slave trade goes on, and where souls are bought and sold without assistance from a trader.
1.2. Buyer Quarter is where Traders, Hunters, Reapers and the like go to sell what they have acquired. Only cash is given, or the funds are put into a bank account. No goods are traded without a license, which can be acquired at the main Trading Hall. This Ha;; is located in another sector, and that shall be explained shortly.
1.3. Traders Quarter is where goods and services are exchanged for goods and services. This is the only sector where money is not used in day to day exchanges, unless it is part of the stipulated agreement. Soul Traders generally wind up here, because money is too dangerous to carry around. Hunters don't have any use for large sums of money, unless it is put into a bank account. So this Quarter really gets the most use.
1.4. Sellers Quarter is where goods are sold to any visitors, unlike in buyers, where people go to sell things themselves. This area is the best place to obtain supplies. That, and to obtain preset contracts, which would last for anywhere from a few hours to a day. These contracts rely on the integrity of the buyer and the employed though, and do not hold up in any court.
2 The Housing Sector - this is the residential area, but also contains the Courts, and the Guardhouses. This area also contains two sub-sectors, named the Private Sector and the Public Sector.
2.1. The Private Sector contains private homes and parks. This area is not open to the public, unless invited in by a resident. Applications for residency go to either the temples, or to the courts.
2.2. The Public Sector contains the hotels, public housing establishments, restaurants and various other entertainment venues that are not found in the markets. This area is one of the most prosperous, because it brings in a lot of commerce. The more expensive restaurants and halls back onto the Private Sector.
3 The Temple Sector is exactly what it sounds like. It contains several longhouses in the lower area, and the hanging tree is in the square in the center of the longhouse area. Going up further there are various other houses dedicated to other Norse gods, and at the top of the mountain, the World Tree, whose roots spread right down to the bottom of the world. From the World Tree, and his Hall of Heroes, Odin watches what goes on in his world, never sleeping, never dreaming. All the gods have their own Temple of sorts, but because it really isn't part of the belief system for them to have overly elaborate places of worship, People just go about their every day business, thanking the gods.
3.1. This is also where the Trading Hall is. This is not a place to trade, but rather a place to register a license and to bring forth any complaints that may arise.
Not only is Valhalla the Trading Central, but it's also considered one of the main worlds, besides Central itself.