Lake's Deep(e, s and w)
Held up by wooden supports sunk deep into the lake and coated with pitch, the grey boards run north-south to form a level, but narrow street. Pitch has been poured between the boards, to prevent small gold coins and other valuables from slipping through the cracks and falling into the lake. Heat and cold have caused the pitch to crack in places, necessitating patches of tar to be placed here and there along the street.
The town hall is to the south.
The south door is closed.
The only obvious exits are east, south and west.
A streetlamp [lit]