At level five, it can pop a stack of eight pikers or one of six stabbers per turn, or one Gump every third turn. Ossomer feels an deep emotional attachment to this city. If he's ever forced to make a last stand, he hopes it will be in Drystone.
...tall, hard, chiseled, majestic, and quietly, implicitly violent."
Dhyrstone, according to Ossomer, pops regular infantry of a higher quality than any other Jetstone city or any of its known neighbors. They may begin at a higher level or have above-average stats for units of their type and level.
The Dhrystone benchmark is used for measuring computer speed (which is itself a pun on the word "whetstone".) Additionally, Drystone (without the 'h') refers to construction using cut or uncut rocks without mortar or cement, just fitting together.