Ras Huran’s docks are a time capsule, a monument to the tides that slammed into the harbour and effectively slew the city. The endless wreckage has been left untouched for years—at least officially. Over time, Ras Huran’s poorest citizens have converted and modified the overturned ships and sinking boardwalks into living spaces; a slum within a slum.

Ironically, ash has difficulty accumulating over water, and so the inhabitants of the docks enjoy higher quality air than much of the rest of the city.