Young Lucy's Grave is a small fishing village at the southern coast of Gristol and West of Dunwall. It is surrounded by steep cliffs on three sides, the fourth side open to a narrow harbor, home to a small fishing fleet. There is a small opening formed by two sheer faces of black rock, where vicious waves are funneled through. A narrow, precarious path, starting from the top of a cliff, leads down to the village. The village is named after an ancient whaling ship, whose wreck still remain and marks a dangerous rock formation inside the harbor. Here a tiny community live, sustained by the ocean, their settlement densely packed together. There are roughly a hundred buildings in the village, many hug the cliff faces, with steep, narrow streets run between them, leading down to the harbor.
The Return of Daud
Isolated and protected by cliffs, the village is a perfect cover for the Sixways Gang gang to covertly smuggle goods out into open sea. The harbor office, a two-story building located at the dock, is managed by Malcolm, who is actually an agent of the gang. Daud, following the trail of the Twin-bladed Knife, briefly passed through here, and with Malcolm's help, went to Porterfell.