Tag: Brindol

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  • Brindol

    One of the largest settlements in the [[Elsir Vale | vale]], [[Brindol]] is a prosperous farming community and caravan stopover located along the [[Dawn Way]] on the south bank of the [[Elsir River]]. Orchards of apple and pear trees follow the river's …

  • City Gates

    [[Brindol | Brindol's]] gates serve a dual purpose. They control foot traffic into the city and they serve as garrisons for many of the city's guards. A city gate can house two dozen guards comfortable and four dozen in times of need Visitors to the city …

  • The Stone Wyvern

    The Stone Wyvern gets its name from the petrified wyvern that dominates the inn's common room. This looming statue takes up half of the room and i mounted o a large upthrust rock that protrudes through the building's floor from the ground below. The …

  • Axenhaft Security

    This large building is owned by a dwarf named [[:eldremma-axenhaft-1 | Eldremma Axenhaft]]. She keeps a small contingent of fighters and warriors on staff, hiring them out as guards for merchants. She also serves as a point of contact between various …

  • Shank's Shivs

    The proprietor of this weapon shop is an ex-bandit who served a ten-year sentence in the dungeons below [[Brindol Keep]], the spent the next twenty years establishing himself as a respectable businessman. Today, Shank's Shivs is widely regarded as the …

  • Brindol Market

    This large open-air market is where traveling merchants, performance troupes, con artists, street corner prophets, local farmers, and the like come to sell their services and wares.

  • The Thirsty Zombie

    The sign above this tavern's entrance depicts a wall-eyed zombie drinking from a cracked tankard. The ale in the tankard pours out of various holes in his neck and torso to pool at his feet, where six drunken rats cavort. The Thirsty Zombie's clientele is …

  • Red Magic and Sundries

    This tall, thin, multistory building, one of the few completely stone structures in [[Brindol]], is the shop and home of [[:immerstal-the-red-2 | Immerstal the Red]], [[Brindol | Brindol's]] most prominent wizard. Immerstal lives with his longtime …

  • Shrine of Yondalla

    This modest building, a refurbished guildhouse from Rhestan days, is now religious center catering to the local halfling population. Since the clergy of the shrine spend much of their time aiding [[Brindol | Brindol's]] indigents and poor, the human …

  • The Craven Raven

    The proprietor of this high-class tavern prides himself on providing a clean, sophisticated venue for [[Brindol | Brindol's]] populace to seek entertainment and drink. A slim, elegant male human, Andraki Lenn won the deed to this once-notorious tavern …

  • Velorian's

    # This large building is [[Brindol | Brindol's]] playhouse, although plays aren't the only entertainments offered here. Concerts, dances, magic demonstrations, and scholastic debates are often hosted here as well. The owner is a beautiful half-elf named …

  • Brindol Academy

    This two-story buidling is perhaps the most prestigious place of learning in the entire [[Elsir Vale]]. Founded and financed by a huge grant given by a revered wizard named Lessiter Kayne, the academy offers courses in history, magical theory, geography, …

  • The Laughing Manticore

    This building is a cmbination tavern and brewery. The taproom caters to rich but wild patrons, making it a place where most adventurers feel right at home. The Laughing Manticore's most well-know product is manticore mead, a pale red drink of honey and …

  • Kaal Manor

    This richly furnished mansion commands an impressive view of the vale to the east of [[Brindol]]. With its own stables, garden, and archery range, Kaal Manor might well be the greatest and most tasteful display of wealth in the city. And with food cause: …

  • Teskerwill Manor

    One of the founding families of [[Brindol]] dating back to Rhestan days, the Teskerwills line in this sizable mansion. Their primary interest is horse breeding, and a sizable walled field to the southwest of the mansion houses the best of their stock.

  • Discreet Departures

    This two-story building looms over the surrounding structures. Once a shrine dedicated to Wee Jas, the building fell to the care of a cadaverous coffin maker named Worren Lasterman when the church completed construction of a larger temple to the south. …

  • Cathedral Square

    This large open square is used for public ceremonies and festivals. it's also where the governing bodies announce edict and proclamations and hold the occasional hangings.

  • Cathedral of Pelor

    The most distinctive build in [[Brindol]] is the Cathedral of Pelor. A massive structure with towers rising well over 100 feet in height, supported by flying buttresses and intricately carved pillars, the cathedral is an impressive display of the religion …

  • Brindol Keep

    The city's second and most recognizable landmark is this squat, four towered keep perched atop the central hill. Although this place has traditionally been the home of the city's ruler, for many years the ruling lord instead dwelt in one of the newer, …

  • Haskinar Mansion

    The Haskinars are [[Brindol | Brindol's]] least pretentious noble family. While they can't quite trace their lineage all the way back to [[Brindol | Brindol's]] foundation as the Kaals and Teskerwills can, they come close. The populous Haskinar clan's …

  • Brindol Cemetery

    This large compound is surrounded by a low stone wall. As [[Brindol]] has grown, the clergy of Wee Jas have had to move many of the bones buried here into an extensive ossuary below their temple. Several vaults near the cemetery's center are traditionally …

  • Temple of Wee Jas

    This modest-sized structure is breathtaking to behold - the clerics of Wee Jas spared no expense in the construction of this new temple. No one in town is quite sures where the temple's high priestess, High Mourner Mhiram, got the building funds, and much …