Crowsea — area of Newford (city)
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Bohemian art scene area of Newford
Books and Stories Seen In Edit
- Dreams Underfoot —
- "Stone Drum" #2
- "Time Skip" #3
- "Freewheeling" #4
- "The Moon Is Drowning While I Sleep" #13
- "Our Lady of the Harbour"
The area had narrow streets and old stone buildings, it had an old world feel about it.
- A section of the Market in Lower Crowsea, where it backs onto the Kickaha River, that’sgot a kind of Old World magic about it. The roads are too narrow for normal vehicular traffic, so most people go through on bicycles or by foot. The buildings lean close to each other over the cobble stoned streets that twist and wind in a confusion that not even the city’s mapmakers have been able to unravel to anyone’s satisfaction. ~ "Tallualah"
- Jilly's loft: the second floor of a four-story brown brick building on Yoors Street where Foxville’s low rentals mingle with Crowsea’s shops and older houses. ~ Timeskip"
- Bicycle theft ring moved their operations into Crowsea—bikes are probably in a Foxville chop shop. ~ "Freewheeling"
- Christy writes in Market in Lower Crowsea
Places, Features, Landmarks, Public places Edit
- Kathryn's Cafe — old world style cafe
- Feeney’s Kitchen — Nightclub
- Crowsea’s Market
- Moore’s Antiques — "Timeskip", "Paperjack"
- Samantha Rey — old brick and frame on Stanton Street ~ "Timeskip"
- Professor Bramley Dapple
- Kelledy House — Lower Crowsea near Chinatown
- Jilly Coppercorn
Streets and Bridges Edit
- Henratty Lane — leads into the narrow streets and crowded backalleys of Crowsea (part of Stanton Street Ghost's route)
- Battersfield Road — Kathryn's Cafe
- McKennit — Kelledy House
- McKennitt Street Bridge
- Stanton Street —'s apartment
History / BackgroundEdit
Characters Connections Edit
|Professor Bramley Dapple||professor, wizard||lives in a rambling Tudor-styled house in the old quarter of Lower Crowsea|
|Christy Riddell||writor, author||often at Bramley's; part of art scene; writes in the Market;|
|Jilly Coppercorn||artist||works, lives there; paints Crowsea street scenes|
|Geordie Riddell||musician: fiddler||lives, hangs there|
|Wendy St. James||works there||
works at Kathryn's Cafe
|Meran Kelledy||flutist, Dryad|
|Cerin Kelledy||harpist, bard|
|Stanton Street Ghost||passes through||follows a set route taking him through Crowsea|
|Zoe Brill||Radio DJ, late night||lives, hangs at cafes there|
|Gordon Wolfe||approached Zoe||at cafe in Crowsea|
|Moore’s Antiques||Antiques dealer||in Lower Crowsea; Geordie & Jilly found picture of Sam from 1912|