The Old Quarter

Stepping into the heart of the Old Quarter feels like traveling to the past. This historic district is full of old stone buildings with wrought-iron railings, brick buildings with antique wooden signs, and the occasional cobblestone street. It seems that you can't go more than a few steps without running into something of historic significance in the Old Quarter.

The oldest part of the city, this area once known as the Merchant District was the center of trade for the City. After the Event destroyed much of the city north of the river, big business shifted across the river to Downtown. For decades, the Old Quarter was left to quietly decay. In the last five years or so the Old Quarter has been gentrified, but much of the area has been restored rather than torn down and replaced like Downtown. (And if you're in the know, the Mists are practically tattered all throughout the Old Quarter.)

Here you can find Michel's gallery, Dee's antiques dealership, and a shop where the more successful artists from ScorchRain sell their wares.

Places of Interest:

The Old Piano Factory

Ananda Art Gallery

The Dubois Gallery – rival to the nearby Ananda Art Gallery, run by Anastasia Dubois.

Lestrange Antiques

Carmarthen University

Excalibur Museum of Natural History

Blue Moon Coffee Shop – run by werewolves. Excellent coffee.

Highbridge – one of three bridges that connect the north and south banks of the CIty.

Old Quarter Cemetery – on the border of Little Dublin

La Mansión Avilés

The Rag House Jazz Club

Ikeda Residence

The Belmont Hotel – the City's oldest and most prestigious hotel.

 

Character opinions on the Old Quarter

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The Old Quarter

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