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  • Bank of Abadar

    More than just a temple to the god of cities, the Bank of [[Abadar]] also serves as the city’s main bank. The temple serves every banking need, such as security boxes (said to be the safest in [[Varisia]]), saving and investment accounts, loans, and even …

  • Horse Shop

    As its name implies, the Horse Shop in [[East Shore]] sells horses, as well as ponies, mules, donkeys, the occasional dromedary, and other pack and riding animals. The Horse Shop has the fairest prices in town, often selling at nearly a tenth lower …

  • Bookmaker

    Wizards, sages, and scholars flock to [[Korvosa]]’s largest bookstore Bookmaker in [[Midland]]. From mythic tales of lost [[Azlant]] to the most recent reports from distant [[Osirion]], the Bookmaker’s massive selection covers a wide swath of topic and …

  • Eodred's Walk

    Fourteen shops form the semicircular face of Eodred’s Walk. They stand separated from [[Eodred's Circle]] by a daily riot of color, activity, and scents that make up the [[Gold Market]]. These permanent establishments and the transient vendors of the …

  • Basha's

    A small bookstore and map shop on [[Eodred's Walk]] in [[Midland]], Basha’s sometimes has magical texts and scrolls for sale. Basha claims many of his maps lead to treasure all across the globe, but critics frequently accuse Basha of inventing these maps …

  • Doom and Gloom

    The old [[Varisian]] woman who lives and works in this cluttered and stinking office on [[Eodred's Walk]] in [[Midland]] sells [[Harrow]] readings for five copper pinch. Without fail, her predictions always foretell tragedy, hence the name of the shop.

  • Fair-Fished Baitshop

    The androgynously attractive fullblooded [[Varisian]] proprietor of this shop sells fishing tackle and poles, crabbing traps, and clamming shovels, as well as nets, clothing, and gear specialized for catching fish and seafood. Alternating between plain …

  • Galloping Ghost

    This large shop (relative to the other shops on [[Eodred's Walk]] in [[Midland]]) sells tack and barding for a variety of riding animals, including hippogriffs. The [[Galloping Ghost]]’s owner, a burly and cantankerous old leathersmith known as [[Patch]], …

  • Gemshare Jewelers

    Specializing in buying and selling gems of all kinds, this little shop also sells an extensive collection of jewelry. Owned by a couple of brothers who only recently entered the jewelry trade, the store nonetheless does brisk business with adventurers, …

  • Hedge Wizardry

    After dropping out of [[Theumanexus College]], [[Phaeton Skoda]] opened this small shop, which sells an extensive collection of supplies for the crafting of alchemical and magical goods. Some whisper that the shop’s owner took with him more than just a …

  • High Bridge Haberdashery

    The clientele of this shop tend to represent [[Korvosa]]’s growing middle class of merchants.Nothing here looks particularly fine, but neither are the wares poorly crafted. The haberdashery does sell rugged clothing suitable for adventurers.

  • Kep's

    A simple fishmonger, Kep sells whatever his cousin’s fishing boat catches in its wide nets. This allows Kep to frequently offer such unusual fare as jigsaw sharks, dolphins, and even the occasional reefclaw. In the back corner of his shop, Kep has set up …

  • Pinking Shears

    Despite its name, this is a barbershop. [[Ol’ Hooktooth]], the squint-eyed half-orc barber who operates this shop, always dresses stylishly but rarely talks, preferring to deftly and skillfully trim hair rather than engage in idle chatter. Many consider …

  • Slicing Dicers

    Swords, daggers, knives, and all manner of bladed weapons and tools fill the locked cases of this highly secure shop. The shop stocks all kinds of swords, common and exotic, mundane and magical. It stays afloat thanks to its brisk exchange of previously …

  • Trapper's Hole

    Owned and operated by retired [[Sable Company]] marine [[Jope Chantsmo]], this shop sells all manner of hunting equipment but specializes in archery supplies. Jope sells every kind of bow and arrow common to the continent, as well as a few exotic pieces …

  • Gold Market

    [[Korvosa]]’s largest market serves as the main attraction in [[Midland]]. People from all over the city descend daily on the stands, stalls, and tents that form the backbone of the open-air market. Vendors hawk a variety of wares, mostly foodstuffs and …

  • Gilded Orrery

    Most of the profits made by the semi-independent Gilded Orrery funnel directly into the [[Acadamae]]’s coffers. Specializing in items and texts in support of conjuring, the store nonetheless stocks a wide and impressively deep selection of other magical …

  • Jittery Quill

    The Jittery Quill lies in the northeast of the [[Heights]] district of [[Korvosa]], between the [[Jeggare Museum]] and the [[University of Korvosa]]. It serves both ale and coffee and is open for 24 hours a day for six days. Every Oathday it closes at …

  • The Dock Trade

    This market of questionable legality operates in [[New Dock]]. Many of the goods sold within it appear freshly delivered, although most have some amount of minor damage to them. The [[Hellknight|Hellknights]] have for years attempted to link the wares …

  • Reefclaw Run Market

    Fresh seafood remains the order of the day at this market, as it has for almost three centuries. Everything from Alikan oysters (their pink pearls since removed) to jigsaw sharks shows up here over the course of a week. Additionally, many fishing boat …

  • Copper-Beater Hall

    Copper bars from [[Janderhoff]] and [[Baslwief]] get dropped off in one of the large indoor bins of this wide building. Inside, dozens of ear-plugged smiths spend their days at wide anvils beating the copper bars into sheets, rods, plates, and other …

  • Eel's End

    Eel’s End is a clot of ships at the eastern end of the [[Narrows]] on [[Old Korvosa]], a tangle of five ships permanently moored to one of the longer piers there. With only a 20-foot gap between these ships and the wall to the south, Eel’s End effectively …

  • Orkattos Feather and Fur

    Collectors and wealthy nobles of South Gate acquire exotic pets or oddities to add to their menageries from Orkatto’s. It is filled with caged wonders, from rainbow-plumed songbirds and snowdust badgers to emerald-back nightbelly boas and even the odd …

  • Green Market

    This small, fully enclosed market specializes in food, clothing, and commodities the residents of the city need to survive, but it also provides jewelry and other luxuries for the nobles of the city. Merchants here are expressly forbidden from selling …