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Tarbean is a massive coastal city in the Southern Commonwealth, home to both the rich and the poor. Located on The Reft , Tarbean is a fishing city that has grown into a thriving metropolitan center. It is so large many say it is impossible to walk from one end of the city to the other in a single day.
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For the most part, however, Tarbean is divided into two districts: Waterside and Hillside. Waterside is closest to the sea, and as such is comprised of the docks, lowly taverns, cheap shops, and low wealth residential.
It is filled with beggars, thieves, criminals, and most other imaginable types who one would dread coming upon in a dark ally. This is where Kvothe spends his three years after his family is killed.
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Hillside is far away from the crude types that make their living from the sea, and is filled with banks, expensive shops, and immense manor houses. A dunk-heavy second-half outing by center Marshall Plumlee—who put up a career-high 18 points—helped the Blue Devils close out the game, as dida game-high 24 points from Grayson Allen. Following a program-best 12th-place finish at the Southern Scuffle, No.
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Justin Phillips is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. Email: jphillips sfchronicle.
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