Campaign of the Month: June 2022
The most segregated neighborhood in Baldur’s Gate, home to the citadel of the Watch and few select patriar families. This neighborhood is off-limits to anyone not a resident or a member of the watch. It contains no inns, taverns or any other service establishments. h2. Residents There are three patriar families living in the Citadel Streets: Provoss, Tillerturn and Whitburns. Only two more people are permanent residents: # The old groundskeeper, living in a small house along the wall. # The head of the watch, living in a large manor next to the citadel. h2. Architecture The neighborhood was originally built in a small bend in the city's wall. The wall segregating it from the rest of the Temples was built later. Therefore, the architecture resembles that of the Temples. There are no services provided inside the neighborhood. The one street is wide and circular, surrounding the citadel at the center of the district. Large gardens with trees provide shade. h2. Culture The residents of the Citadel Streets are the richest, oldest, most influential families in Baldur's Gate, and they know it well. Their behavior is usually snobbish even towards city officials. They tend to wear simple, rich cloths – suits or dress uniforms. Unlike residents of Manorborn, they do not feel the need to display their wealth in grandeur with colorful feathered cloths. They bring all services to them – servants bring supplies, tutors for children are brought especially, etc. No one but residents and members of the Watch are allowed into the district, as entrance requires passing through a gate in the wall.