Tag: Ten Towns

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  • Easthaven: City of Violence

    *Marpenoth (October) 3 – 10:05 pm* Tensions ran high in the drafty inn, Cairn's Crossing. As [[:pelagornis-sandersi-iv | Pelagornis Sandersi IV]] eyed his sworn foe, [[:guy-bormul | Guy Bormul]], the young nobleman now affiliated with [[The Zhentarim | …

  • Bryn Shander

    *Population* 1,200 Bryn Shander is the largest of the Ten Towns and one of only two that is walled. It serves as the trade hub for the region, as well as the agreed upon home for political conferences.

  • Easthaven

    *Population* 850 The scent of freshly sawed pine hangs in the air around the outskirts ofEasthaven, where new con- struction pushes the town’s perimeter ever outward. In the center, spacious shops, inns, and taverns solicit locals and travelers alike, …

  • Caer Dinneval

    *Population* 250 In generations past, travelers to Caer-Dineval had to make their way east from the hills around Bryn Shander and then cut north, following the rocky shore ofLac Dinneshere until after several weary hours they spied a small fortress ( …

  • Car Konig

    *Population* 200 Perched precariously between the slopes of Kelvin’s Cairn and the waters of Lac Dinneshere is the town of Caer-Konig, its terraced rows ofhouses climbing up the lake’s edge like the steps ofan amphitheater. Visitors sailing in on the …

  • Good Mead

    *Population* 150 Like most ofTen-Towns, Good Mead originally depended on knucklehead trout for its livelihood, selling smoked fish, raw and scrimshaw in the market at Bryn Shander. fact, the southern lake got its name when the competition for fishing …

  • Dougan's Hole

    *Population* 100 Dougan’s Hole is smallest towns, visitors who make the from Bryn Shander are likely to be when they finally the small cluster of buildings perched on the Redwater. The residents depend for trade entirely on the knucklehead trout they …

  • Targos

    *Population* 1,000 The scene inside the gates ofTargos, the only other walled community in Ten-Towns, invites immediate comparison with Bryn Shander. Both towns are busy and crowded, but where Bryn Shander buzzes with the vibrant energy of its market, …

  • Bremen

    *Population* 300 The town of Bremen sits sleepily on the west bank of Maer Dualdon, at the mouth ofthe Shaengarne River. Those who lack a boat to sail into the town’s harbor can reach Bremen only by fording the river, which can be a perilous …

  • Lonelywood

    *Population* 150 The hardworking, humble, and honest folk of Lonelywood cover up a sinister fact: the regions most ruthless and shady characters tend to settle here. Though many strike off for Icewind Dale to get away from their past, Lonelywood's …

  • Termalaine

    *Population* 600 Termalaine has a well-deserved reputation as the most picturesque town in Icewind I)ale. Without the confinement of a wall, the settlement unfurls from the banks ofMaer Dualdon in long, broad avenues dotted with trees, inviting …

  • Lonleywood

    With so few viable sources of timber in the region, Lonelywood has made a name for itself as a logging community. That said, it still makes much of its livelihood (like the rest of Ten-Towns) from fishing. But Lonelywood is best known for its citizens: …