Jarvis End

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Named for the family responsible for the land reclamation project that saw much of Kintargo raised above the floodwater, Jarvis End is now the beating heart of Kintargo’s nightlife, featuring numerous casinos, dance halls, playhouses, restaurants, and theaters, in addition to the city’s winding foreign quarter.

J1. Three-Legged Devil: Numerous dance halls combination brothels, musical veneus, and taverns exist in Kintargo. While the Three-Legged Devil is not Kintargo’s largest of these establishments, it is the oldest in the city. Owned and operated by Giveni Henge, the Three-Legged Devil has served periodically in the past as a safe house for rebels and fugitives of all stripes.
J2. Crissali’s Fine Tomes: Kintargo has no shortage on bookstores, but of the several options available, Crissali’s Fine Tomes has the strongest reputation for rare books and magical arcane items. The shopkeep herself, Nandy Crissali, is curiously without politics in a town defined by such, and has little patience for those who would use her store for anything other than the discussion of literature and magic.
J3. Kintargo Opera House: The decadent Nahune family built this opera house centuries ago when they were still a driving force in Kintargo politics, but until recently, the maintenance and ownership of this iconic Kintargan location had fallen to the Victocora family. Built in the Egorian style but with Kintargo’s distinctive red-tiled roof, the Kintargo Opera House has long been the city’s artistic center and one of its most identifiable landmarks, capable of seating nearly a thousand people at capacity.
J4. Aria Park: One of Kintargo’s largest public parks, Aria Park sits just south of the city’s famous opera house. With relative few trees, this open area is a favorite gathering place for musicians and street performers.
J5. Veritas Plaza: The original market square in the city of markets, Veritas Plaza runs nearly the length of Jarvis End’s border with Temple Hill, extending even into Old Kintargo to the south. Much of the plaza’s southern reach is now open fields and rows of trees, with its northern and southern extends both serving as daily farmer’s markets.
J6. The Silver Star: Nestled in the heart of Kintargo’s foreign quarter, this one-story musical instrument store is run by Kintargo’s famed performer Shensen.

Jarvis End

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