The City by the Sea
The Night of Golden Skies
Eighteen years ago, the poor of the city held an uprising trying to pull down the noble houses and free the city from their oppression. It started fairly small with work refusals and other disruptions but quickly devolved into riots. During one of these riots Aaron Tiller the son of Richard Tiller was killed. That night the full might if the city was brought to bare and The Barrios, a section of the city know mostly for over packed apartments and poverty was burned to the ground. The night was still and the smoke hung in the sky reflecting the light of the fires. Thousands died and the uprising was stopped. A decree was made that Barrios would not be restored and left as a reminder to all. Today people live in the Barrios but it is a cold and hard place. Any building found to look too well restored is again knocked down.