The Ashes of Naoleth
Seven roads converge on the place (rather unimaginatively) known as Seven Corners. Port Dunluth is an old city, predating the holy war and the devestation brought about at it’s end. Seven Corners used to be the primary cattle market and the trading hub for the entire town. Plains streched nearly from the coast to the wild. Changes in the land brought on by the apocalypse have largely destroyed what was excellent pastureland, leaving it a boulder-strewn waste for the most part. Few cattle means little use for a cattle market, so after the Event, Dunluth took on a much more nautical theme and seven corners was left in the lurch. Though there was still a bustling market there until the great reconstruction rerouted incoming caravans on a more direct path to the port.
Now Seven Corners is the oldest, most brutal slum in the city. A tangled maze of alleys, tenaments, and old warehouses radiate in every direction from here, and if any marketplace survives, it is of a much more sinister kind.