The Darkling River works its way through the underdark beneath the grey hills to depths unknown. Darklingtown is a trading community built into a series of claustrophobically low-ceilinged caverns on the banks of the Darkling and a number of its tributaries. Darklingtown (which in turn will be made of 9+ maps) is the seventeenth mapped location (and this the 26th map total) along the Darkling River and the Darkling Sea beyond.
The Tunnels District is the “low rent” part of Darklingtown. A set of twisting caverns instead of the wide-open areas of most of the town, residents have built homes into every widening of the passages they could fit into. Even being away from the rivers of Darklingtown, the Tunnels remain thick with moisture and stink of cooking and the ever-present fungus.
There are few businesses in the Tunnels – most of the space is given over to housing and few people from the rest of Darklingtown come here so there is very little traffic besides selling rotgut and cheap food to your neighbours. This is a great neighbourhood to wander down the wrong cave and then find yourself with a mild case of stabbing.
The passage to the left leads to the south side of Darklingtown South, while the south passage leads to East Frogsport. The upper right exit leads deeper into the underdark and the doors are kept in an anti-magic field and remain locked and barred at most times. There are also two twisting caves that lead up to the Upper Tunnels district which will be posted in a few months’ time as we finish up all the maps for Darklingtown.
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