The Bluster is the district saddling the line between the poorer and average area of the city, and the populace reflects this transition themselves. The birthplace of the Orcish Protests of 320; it has always been a hotbed of political ideology and philosophy. Being too wealthy to be homeless but not quite wealthy to relax; the populace looks to the next big thing to help them go up to a higher social class. Most of the people in the area are apprentices or students, and are in the transition from youth to adult. The Blusters is where a wealthy young person goes to look socially conscious without actually doing any work. Mostly made of old tenements and abandoned warehouses, the area is always on the tipping point of a full blown riot. Currently, the area is focused on spiritualism and the next political election: The locals are hoping to create another revolution in the vein of the Orcish protests; making senatorial rights open to the Goblins and Pixies. (This is not very likely, since the Goblins lack a strong leader, and the Pixies would rather play if left to their own devices.) The movement is currently whispered about by the trendy youth of Scuttlepeg, but they are more interested in the chaos it would cause their parents.
- Fat Molly’s Slophouse: A local eatery, and gathering place in the Blusters, the Slophouse is where the younger generations go to discuss philosophy, read poetry, and generally bullshit until they either get beaten or laid. Its rumored that even darker dealings take place, but this only makes it more appealing to the hipster youth who eat there.
- The Goblin Market: This is the ghetto of Scuttlepeg’s Goblin underclass, and was given them to the Senate. Its a rather peaceful district, and the locals are content with their lot; much to the concernment of the rabble-rousers down the street.
- The Lairs: Due to the Monster Cohabitation Act of 300; this district was reassigned as a place where the intelligent monster of Scuttlpeg could dwell. There the inhabitants are making a fine living catering to those of the city with unusual tastes or needs.