Tag: The Silk Quarter

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  • The Silk Quarter

    Nestled in the southern end of Bastige, the Silk Quarter serves as the focus of the City's cultural consciousness and is home to the entertainment and distractions that rich and poor alike are wont to seek. Theatre's, music halls, gambling halls, dingy …

  • Slave House

    A large 2 story stone building, seemingly carved from a single large block of granite. The main area, whose ceiling reaches the roof, serves as an auction stage. Large black curtains hang on either side. The main podium sits in the center. A catwalk of …

  • Theater District

    The Theater District is one of the southernmost districts in the city of Bastige and is often considered the "classiest" of the districts in the Silk district, or at least the one most accommodating to polite society. Operas, dramas, and comedies alike …

  • Bastigian Academy of Dance

    The Bastigian Academy of Dance, originally the Grand Corendall Academy of Performance, is the city’s premiere dance school. Under its former name, the Academy also instructed in the arts of acting, singing, and even comedy, and took on students from …

  • Lucas Quatre

    Lucas Quatre is famed in Bastige for his stage acting, and he has used his renown to gain popularity in the Parliamentary race. He runs out of the Theater District and appeals to rich and liberal Bastigians, but his platform is questionably vague.

  • Deniel Dupont

    Deniel Dupont is one half of the Dupont duo, the other being his twin brother [[:jean-pierre-dupont | Jean-Pierre]]. Born in the Bridge District to low-class parents, the two now make their home in the Whisper District, where they run a very successful …

  • Sandrine Babineaux

    Sandrine Babineaux was born to minor noble parents, the only daughter among a small herd of sons. In her childhood she received private lessons in the feminine arts, and in particular she enjoyed dance. Her teen years came with countless suitors but she …