A. Boroi Manor:
Boroi Manor is the largest and oldest building in Karpad, and the ancestral home of the ruling Boroi family.
B. Town Watch: This modest building houses the town's 10-person watch, who take 12-hour shifts on duty in groups of four. The captain of the watch has a modest home adjacent to the watch building, and is always considered to be on duty. The watch contains four small holding cells for prisoners, beyond which they must transfer miscreants to Pangolais for trial or further punishment.
C. Chandlery: With the current emphasis on keeping the town well lit throughout both day and night, the chandlery has seen a giant boost in business.
D. Temple of Zon-Kuthon: The second-oldest and second-largest building in Karpad, the temple to Zon-Kuthon is also one of the few built entirely of stone. A graveyard surrounds the spired temple, and a row of Boroi family mausoleums surrounds that.
E. Shade Row: Karpad's non-farming fetchling population is restricted to living in this ghetto, isolated from the rest of the town by Dimar's Way. The fetchlings here have most the amenities of a full settlement, with their own inn, general store, and tavern, though they lack more specialized shops and artisans and must cross the river to purchase the many goods they need for their daily lives.
F. The Weeping Willow: The Willow, as locals call it, is the the sole tavern in Karpad. Owned by Lorin Camm and her husband Boris, the Willow is a hub for gossip and a place of business for the town's few prostitutes.