Wyrmwood Way.

"Wyrmwood Way. Most in Dunwall know the name. Few ever come here, and with good reason--"
—Cottings musing about Wyrmwood Way

Wyrmwood Way is a street in Dunwall first revealed in the second issue of Dishonored: The Wyrmwood Deceit. People refer to the surrounding area as the Wyrmwood.[citation needed]

This street is described as "a gathering place for fringe alchemists, bonecharm crafters, and the practitioners of every superstitious creed from every corner of the Empire". The Overseers are said to scour the place every few years, and once even burned half of it to the ground. Despite the tenacity of the Overseers, those who seek the services of such a place as Wyrmwood Way always manage to come back.

Martha Cottings' investigation into contraband weapons leads the Watch Officer twice to Wyrmwood Way in search of a clue on the supplier to the city's criminal gangs. Her steps leads her to the shop of Titus Grindle and later to the witch behind the plot.




  1. Dishonored: The Wyrmwood Deceit Issue 2

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