Duchess Saturday's Musketeers
The chivalrous men and women of Duchess Saturday's Musketeers are warriors honour bound to uphold the good name of the Diamond City of Genua, and of its ruler, the Duchess Ella Saturday. Much skilled at the arts of duelling and swordsmanship, they dress and talk rather flamboyantly, their colourfully outlandish attire easily distinguishing them from the more soberly dressed city guards and soldiery.
The Musketeer guildhouse is an expansive mansion located off the southeastern curve of Dauphin Street. The northeastern tower houses a clock and accompanying bell that sound the hours across the city. Prospective members may join in a north-central room on the ground floor. The newbie box is a comfortable-looking window seat located between the first and second floors of the northeastern tower.
Orange trees line the entry path and in the center of the courtyard stands a fountain that acts as a source of water. The southern portion of the ground floor contains the majority of the guild's amenities. In the southwest is Stores' guildhouse armoury, which contains a number of duelling accessories and grape adorned clothing. In the south is a forge where one can fix items (except for jewellery) and commission Quoit, maker of custom flails. The southeastern-most room is used only for duelling. From the courtyard, a trellis to the balcony can be climbed with a relatively low adventuring.movement.climbing.rock bonus. To the east of the courtyard is a stable.