0one's Blueprints: The Great City—Cutthroats’ Alley PDF
Cutthroats’ Alley is one of the most infamous places in the Great City. No other place has such a concentration of evil and depravity. Those who dare to enter the alley do so at their own risk. An occasional visitor who enters the alley during the day can see only a normal city alley, with a small church, a bakery, a locksmith and a tavern. True, some bad-looking guys may wander into the alley or stay in clutches playing card games over crates or barrels, but this is all one can see.
The truth is far more dangerous, as the baker is a known fence, the tavern is owned by a torturer, the locksmith is a prohibited weapon dealer and owner of a house of pleasure, the church’s crypt is the meeting place of evil summoners, and the sewers below host the lair of one of the most wanted smugglers of the city.
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