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  • Tarbolton, the great city

    Tarbolton, the the great city, is the most advanced city in the world. Sporting a population of over a million, with a large portion of them being new immigrants. Tarbolton owes its growth in large part to the monasteries of [[Katsina]] for …

  • Upper Tarbolton

    In Tarbolton, being highborn is a touch more literal. Upper Tarbolton is the richest area of the city, built on Floatstone, and suspended hundreds of feet in the air. Here the three greatest universities sit, along with most of the major civic buildings, …

  • The Browns

    So named because until recently [[Upper Tarbolton | Upper Tarbolton]] had no sewerage, and the already shaded area beneath had an even more unpleasant demeanour. Nowadays just occasional sewerage and also rubbish tumbles from the sky. The browns are …

  • Ironbank

    One of the three districts that hedge in [[The Browns | The Browns]], and definitely the poorest of them. Ironbank was once the mining heart of the city, and the old iron pits that sometimes warp the shape of streets attest to this. Always a working class …

  • Districts of Tarbolton

    The major districts of Tarbolton, as contained by the city walls [[Veshin]] [[Oldenvale]] [[Slope]] [[Bloodrun]] [[Clifftop]] [[The Warrens]] [[Dusking]] [[Ironbank]] [[The Browns]] [[Lakeside]] [[The Lashway]] [[Arabia]] [[Seluccian]] [[ …

  • Veshin

    Veshin is the bureaucratic heart of the city, housing many government buildings as well as outposts for several major trading companies. Veshin has the most concentrated population of Halflings anywhere in the city. *Notable locations* _The Temple …

  • Oldenvale

    Oldenvale was originally a verdant strip of land set aside for the Daedric Druids. The modern Oldenvale is as green as it ever was, but serves mostly as a recreational area for inhabitants of the more privileged surrounding districts. It is dotted with …

  • Slope

    Slope is a mostly a working-to-middle class neighbourhood to the north of Cliffside, housing mainly servants and support staff for the upper class residents of the nearby districts. There is a small population of the newly wealthy, most of whom aspire to …

  • Bloodrun

    In the days of the Daedric Empire the arena could be found in this district, a lively trade in flesh and blood dominated its streets and pit fighter training schools were common; it was the entertainment hub of the city. When Barolt claimed Tarbolton and …

  • Clifftop

    Clifftop was formerly the most prestigious district in the city, now it is the home of a mixture of middling old money and new wealth, as the wealthiest families construct their mansions in the Overcity. The district is filled with beautiful examples of …

  • The Warrens

    The Warrens are an entirely subterranean neighbourhood carved into the cliff face that houses mostly an upper-middle class mix of dwarves and drow. Originally the domain of the highest ranked dwarven servants of the Daedra, over the centuries the …

  • Dusking

    Unlike the more prestigious posting at the Dawnfort, the Duskfort in Tarbolton's west is manned primarily by green recruits or veterans long past their prime. The surrounding district, Dusking, is as influenced by the military presence as Fortreach, but …

  • Lakeside

    Lakeside is a mostly middle class district outside the shadow of the Overcity, its population is made up mostly of craftsmen and local merchants, it hugs the shore of Lake Tarak. By far the most respectable of the Browns-adjacent districts, its streets …