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WyrmwoodWay

Wyrmwood Way.

The Secret Side of Dunwall: Wyrmwood Way is a book quoted in Dishonored: The Return of Daud.

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[Extract from The Eclectic Traveler's Guide to the Isles (fourth edition)]

For the more intrepid traveler seeking to discover the true nature of the city, and who is perhaps willing to experience a side of Dunwall not commonly encountered, a visit to Wyrmwood Way may be considered. The so-named street is merely the main thoroughfare of a small, though rather densely built, district hidden in the southwest of the city. Here the traveler may browse stores unlike any found elsewhere in the city, catering to more unusual tastes. However, the traveler is advised not to stray from the cobbles of Wyrmwood Way proper; it is also recommended that a personal bodyguard be hired to curtail the risk of any unpleasantness. Fore while Wyrmwood Way is in truth an excellent and most fascinating area to visit, the district at large has been for many years under the watch of a variety of underworld organizations prepared to tolerate visitors only so long as they are not tempted to stray where they are not welcome. Foolish is the outsider who wanders from Wyrmwood Way, and travelers are reminded that the City Watch will not respond to calls for assistance south of Darrelson Street. Discretion is advised.

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The book is quoted at the beginning of Chapter 4.

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