Souk Al Abudia
Souk Al Abdubia, located in an isolated oasis in the heart of the Egyptian desert, is the largest of the slaver markets by many orders of magnitude. The size of a large city, the market is surrounded by a high wooden wall heavily fortified and guarded by mercenaries from the major slaver groups. Inside, the market is loud with sounds of anger and suffering and the primary smell is human and animal waste. Souk Al Abdubia contains few really structures and is instead composed of rows upon rows of tents, cages, and the pack animals that the slavers bring with them. The largest building within the market is the coliseum.
The market is famous in underground circles for its fights. These fights have four primary kinds of fighters: Animals, slaves that are trained to fight, particularly weak or rebellious slaves, and slavers. Slavers only fight particularly weak slaves but the rest are pitted against each other in every combination possible. These creatures and slaves are sometimes bought by the coliseum for the fights but they are often donated by slavers for a cut of betting prophets or to show off their stock. Of note are fights that include particularly rare creatures and races. While the coliseum charges admission most of its money is made through bets placed on the fights.