Angler's Alley is an alley on the west side of Old Rose Harbor.
Nestled between two tenement houses, some of the tallest buildings on the west side of Old Rose, Angler's Alley is home to several dozen beggars and vagrants. As you walk into the shadow of the dark corridor, you hear quiet, pleading voices. Gnarled and withered hands tug at your clothing, and figures approach you, holding out tin cups or upturned hats. They beg you for change, their ancient, bleary eyes watering with shame.
This is not a happy place - but it does provide adequate cover for clandestine dealing. Angler's Alley serves as a chilling reminder of what awaits the businessman who pushes his luck and makes bad decisions.