Theatre Of The Fallen King
Not far from the Cathedral of Amaralla, the grand church dedicated to Uzzah and Laat, the sister goddesses of justice and mercy, is a theatre once known as the home of the greatest playwright Gervasa has ever known: the Theatre of the Fallen King. Princes, priests, and magi would come to the Fallen King to glory in tales of woe and wonder, thrilling to ancient epics and tantalizing new tales.
For many years now, the Theatre of the Fallen King has been a haven, a home, a place of refuge for those lucky few who were find acceptance within its walls. From the outside, the theatre has changed little from its days as a playhouse: it is a round, three-story structure, with smooth outer walls interrupted only by a few small windows on the uppermost floor. The four sets of exterior doors are always guarded by strong young men and women who make their homes within the theatre's walls. Few outsiders are allowed inside.
The interior of the theatre has been converted to apartments of various sizes. The smallest apartments, on the lowest floor, are the least expensive. The third floor has the largest apartments, which are also the only rooms with exterior windows. However, all of the rooms have wide windows which open to the interior of the inn, which is a broad courtyard where children play and resident tradesmen may be found working. A narrow balcony encircles the courtyard on the second and third floors, so that residents may open their doors and see all the way across the courtyard.
The Theatre of the Fallen King is home to a few notable individuals, among them Charmian, Lord Andre Marga, and Turpin the Slow. Bark One-Hand, a former captain of the Municipal Guard, is the head of house security.