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Secrets of Silent Streets - Invisible Sun

The City of Notions. The Heart of Indigo. The Center of the Real World.
Like any metropolis in any realm, Satyrine isn't one city but many. Even a vislae can't know the entirety of it, no matter how many lives they live there. Fartown, the Marquis Quarter, the Strangeglass District, the Hollows, and the vast abandoned stretches - all offer different experiences and moods as well as unique landmarks, resources, denizens, and dangers. Satyrine is something different to every citizen and visitor who explores her streets..


Secrets of Silent Streets is a guide to this vast, rich, and unique city - the epicenter of the orders of magic and, to many, the very center of the Actuality. Visit the Great Observatory of Zuin, where mystical astronomers equate the movement of the stars with the ebbs and flows of magic. Meet the Phalanx of Liquid Granite, who have turned absurdity magic into a martial art. Enter the Citrine Court, a secret conclave of vislae devoted to transforming themselves - physically and metaphorically - into famous novels from Shadow.


These are just a few of the experiences you'll discover as you travel the seventeen districts of Satyrine and beyond, each detailed through dozens of points of interest and illuminated through its own unique atmosphere, social expectations, and traditions. Along the way you'll find scores of plot hooks, NPCs, creatures - and of course a whole lot of magic.


Secrets of Silent Streets is a supplement to "Invisible Sun", You will need the Black Cube to Play

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