Rise of the Fallen
The Slave District has its own set of walls designed to keep potential runaways at a minimum. The gates are always open, but each is watched by half a dozen slaver guards.
The interior of the district is ill-lit, grimy, and moist from the nearby Corso Bay. Cries, smells of refuse and piss, the snap of the whip, and the constant bark of half a dozen auctioneers are a constant reminder of what goes on. Three major and a dozen minor slaver guilds have holdings here.
A series of connected amphitheaters, where the business of buying and selling is conducted, is always filled with buyers, slaver executives and slaver guards, and their downtrodden merchandise.
By no means is Corso the only place slaves are bought and sold. Dozens of slaver guilds operate in the Nightland and beyond it.