District Type: Apartment townhomes
Buildings: Average residences (40), poor residences (220)
First Impression: Kenton is a working class district. The long halls surrounding the central towers are divided into dozens of tiny apartments, home to the laborers and commoners who keep the city running. The few people on the streets are generally in a hurry, either heading to work or just to somewhere more interesting than Kenton.
Social Class: Lower class
Kenton is an unremarkable residential district. Apartments in Kenton are reasonably priced, and it’s not a bad place to live. The architecture is functional and bland, and there are few comforts to be found in a Kenton apartment besides four walls and a roof. One notable feature of Kenton is its relatively high shifter population; Caine Spire and Helas Keep are two residential towers that are almost entirely populated by shifters.