• Sub-Basement

    It tastes exactly like Sub-Prime, at a much lower price. Well, it only tastes exactly like Sub-Prime if your fantasy is being buried alive, which, hey, who are we to […]

  • I Promise You Can Leave If You Want

    In the middle of the enchanted forest district, there is a nightclub. It’s a completely safe and normal nightclub accessed through a fairy ring, a circle of mushrooms surrounded by […]

  • The Moebius Strip Mall

    You can probably find everything you’re looking for here! It takes forever to walk end-to-end, so it’s hard to put together an exact directory of it. Only Rachel likes to […]

  • Nightclub Next Door

    Next door to the Prime Archive is an upside-down nightclub. It’s a pretty hopping place, if a little bit grimy. It’s hard to clean the floor when the floor is […]

  • Boost Your Juice

    When you’re feeling low, you can get a needle in your butt that puts some “pep in your step”. Probably it’s bee pollen?

  • Hedge Maze

    I know it looks like it’s a straight line from one end to the other, but trust me, once you get inside, it’s way more challenging than you’d think. Even […]

  • Rocketship Graveyard

    Every so often, a rocketship crashes in Malan’s neighborhood. There’s a big smoldering lot full of the wreckage of countless failed attempts at space exploration. Whenever there’s a crash, the […]

  • The Prime Archive

    A beautiful state-pf-the-art library. It’s also the closest thing The Professor has to a home. You can find virtually any information you’re looking for here, thanks to the upsettingly helpful […]

  • Blockbuster

    Do you need something? Maybe you need a rototiller for a project, or you need to borrow a moving van. You can find it all at Blockbuster! You can borrow […]

  • The Sub-Prime Archive

    A sandwich shop specializing in sauce that tastes like your most treasured dreams and fantasies come to life. It’s a little pricey, but well worth it, and it’s popular among […]

  • Public Art

    It looks like a pile of shiny silver spheres. I’m sure it means something very deep. The disheveled man at the library insists there’s something else going on with it. […]