Named for the way that the buildings in this area are colored like desert rocks, Red Rock City boasts a lot of old-age features. In fact, it actually is the oldest part of Komorrah; with its unique aesthetic, its structures are uniquely made of sandstone, uncut stone, clay bricks, and even wood, instead of concrete or other modern building materials. You'll find small, cramped pulley elevators (if any at all) in these buildings with stoic, stony gargoyles perched to keep watch outside.
Compared to the towering skyscrapers of San Angelo, Red Rock City is a bit more mellow in its aesthetic. Most of the structures that make up this area are residential housing or smaller two-to-three-story buildings, however, many of the structures that could afford to get an upgrade did in the past few years. This is especially true in the industrial areas where modern technology is the key to efficiency.
After a historical earthquake ravaged the city of Komorrah some years prior, Red Rock City never did fully recover. A lot of its history was lost when so many of its buildings collapsed because of the damage. Many areas of Kessir and Palatine are still blocked off to the public, either officially condemned or so dilapidated that a trespasser couldn’t get in even if they wanted to.
There is an abundance of Pear Trees found throughout the city, decorating city sidewalks and bearing fruit to whoever will take it. Oak trees populate everywhere else they are allowed, which are only in parks and open lots. Dandelions and other weed species can be found growing through the cracks in the concrete in many places, usually at the corners of buildings.
rodents, birds, snakes, and other small mammals
For more detail and specific fauna, please visit the Red Rock City page!