These are the wards
of business: here merchants, craftsmen and jink jugglers conduct their trades.
Guildhall and Market Wards are the most cosmopolitan areas of Sigil and everyone
from everywhere, Baator or Mount Celestia, Abyss or Mechanus, who has some jinks
to spend it's welcome here. In the Markets a cutter can find the basics: food,
clothing, medicine, tools and weapons. But a basher can find also other types of
merchandise, for example wood for magic wands, healing syrup for many exotic
diseases and so on. The merchants of the Market Ward define freedom the
unrestricted right to get rich and powerful; they consider other people as mere
instruments of commerce to be exploited at the least possible cost. Commerce is
war, and only who knows its cruel laws will survive. The wealthiest merchants of
the Market Ward live along Copperman Way, while the upper-classes of the
Guildhall Ward have their homes on Dancer's Court. Knights of the post and other
bobbers tend to nest along Newt Street, here these people play high stakes dice
games and sell stolen properties. For a cheap ale search for the Yawning Rat.
Those preferring glasses of fine wines, have in Masty's their favorite tavern,
and those who want a bit more privacy might consider the Fat Candle, where the
only source of light is a tree-trunk sized candle in the center of the room. The
members of the Escort Guild retire to the Woodman's Retreat after a long day of
guiding tourists. For spending a night bashers could search for the cheap
Feathernest Inn, for longer stays it's better the Arion's Boarding House.
This wards are
the home area of the Free League headquarters, the Great Bazaar. A place where,
it's said, a basher can shop for an entire month without visiting the same
merchant's stall twice. The Grand Bazaar, for its open-air cafes, is the best
place to creature-watch. There is another important site in these wards:
the Great Gymnasium, the headquarters of the
Trascendent Order. The members of this faction train body and mind to work as
one thing, so they don't have to waste time in useless ponderous thinking.