Equivalent of Small Town; 750gp limit; Assets 9,250gp; Population 7,820
The Newsbill’s editors once wrote,
“Blackchapel is the truth behind Paridon.”
Blackchapel holds two-thirds of the city’s population in one-quarter of its area. King’s Quarters’ looming wall and the Riverside factories cage Blackchapel. The borough is built around its primary traffic-artery, Blackchapel Road, with its eponymous ebon-hued chapel resting at its southern end. This chapel is said to be a remnant of an archaic, theistic faith. It is presently used by the Celebrants of Humanity as a soup kitchen. Blackchapel Road spawns endless
side streets, which further split into countless more, and lastly into alleyways. Many of its
streets don’t even have names; it is a sprawling cobblestone maze, in which the
inexperienced are bound to be lost.