The North Quays of Laketown(w, e and s)

The water laps up against the wooden quays, which surround the city of Laketown. The old wooden boards used to create the pier have turned a dark grey, from being exposed constantly to the raw elements. Pitch has been poured over the wooden supports which hold up the city, keeping the wood from rotting away. As you look out, away from the city, the dark blue waters of Long Lake ripple and murmur as they flow under the pier.
The south door is open.
There is water to the northwest, north and northeast.
The only obvious exits are west, east and south.
A sly cat slinks in the shadows
A wandering craftsman defends the city of his birth