Lower Goldhallow


Lower Goldhallow is the poorest area of Goldhallow and maybe the entirety of the Cascades. In this area, it is not uncommon to find cramped dwellings, people on the streets, and crime in broad daylight.

The smell of smoke often wafts through the air, and you can see the smoke itself seeming to hover close to the roofs of the houses. The houses themselves are shabby, rickety buildings.

You still see many street merchants as you walk through the streets, but the lively atmosphere that rings through Upper Goldhallow is absent.

In Lower Goldhallow, The Galleon is found in a quiet alleyway. In this bar, an underground fighting ring can be found by giving a passcode to the barkeep.


Inhabitants of Lower Goldhallow are a wide range of races, but all are pretty dirt poor and live in rough conditions. Many of the people in these slums turn to theft to survive, many joining the Echo's Bane to have safety in their day to day lives. Many of the citizens are refugees from Solaris.

Locations and Shops

The Ragged Shelter: A dilapidated building that serves as a makeshift shelter for the homeless and destitute. It offers a roof over their heads, meager meals, and a sense of community among those who have fallen on hard times.

The Forgotten Park: An overgrown and neglected park that has seen better days. Broken benches, overgrown weeds, and rusted playground equipment are remnants of its former glory. Despite its neglect, the park serves as a gathering place for children who create their own games and find solace in their imagination.

The Soup Kitchen: A humble establishment run by volunteers and charitable organizations. It provides warm meals, often donated by wealthier citizens, to those struggling with hunger. The aroma of hearty soups and freshly baked bread fills the air, offering a glimmer of hope amid the hardships.

The Community Garden: A small plot of land where residents come together to cultivate fruits, vegetables, and herbs. The garden provides a source of fresh produce and a means of self-sufficiency for the community. It also fosters a sense of camaraderie and shared effort among its caretakers. This garden is often a target of vandalism from unknown sources.

The Street Market: A lively and bustling open-air market where locals sell their wares and secondhand goods. It offers affordable clothing, used tools, basic household items, and homemade crafts. The market serves as a hub for trade and an opportunity for those with entrepreneurial spirits to make a meager living.

The Street Performer's Court: A courtyard where talented individuals showcase their performing skills for spare change. Musicians, jugglers, and acrobats create an atmosphere of entertainment and respite from the hardships of everyday life. Their performances bring moments of joy and wonder to the impoverished community.

The Free Clinic: A modest clinic run by compassionate healers and clerics who offer medical care to those who cannot afford it. They provide basic treatments, administer vaccinations, and tend to minor ailments, offering a glimmer of hope for those without access to proper healthcare.

The Learning Center: A small, understaffed educational institution that provides basic education and literacy programs to children and adults. Dedicated teachers strive to empower the community through knowledge, offering an opportunity to break free from the cycle of poverty through education.