At the outskirts of the market the rumble dies, and the streets become quiet. Most of these parts are residential areas, witht the small homes of workers, clerks and tradesmen neatly stacked up against each other. Looking through the stainy windows, you'll see the gentry cooking, playing around with their children, knitting, or writing.
There are a few interesting shops here avoiding the tiresome maul of the centre - like the tattoo parlour, the optics workshop, the alchemist. And a quiet inn: The Lone Stool. One alley leads to Crickety, for anyone who dares to pass through Barrow's End.