Shadows of Absalom
Absalom's Ivy District is by far the smallest of the city's districts. It derives its name from its tree-lined streets, which attracts a wealthier and more aristocratic demographic than the seedier parts of town located down the bluff toward the harbor. Filled with theaters, galleries, and discrete parlor houses, the district draws an eclectic array of artists, minor nobles and famous actors. The Ivy District is one of the safer parts of Absalom, relatively free from the violent crimes one would expect in The Puddles or even The Coins, but with money come extravagances and thus crimes such as prostitution and narcotics thrive among the hedonistic residents.