Corruption in Icewind Dale
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 waters between Good Mead and Dougan’s Hole led to a battle between several ships that resulted in the deaths offish- ers from both towns, staining the waters with blood. In the decades following, Good Mead’s trade in its justly famous brew began to outstrip the proceeds from its fishing hauls to the point where most town’s fishers took up mead brewing instead. A building adjoining the mead hail, recently erected to provides storage for the many casks and is roofed with the town’s retired fishing boats.
•A large and mostly empty shrine to Tempus stands out in the town.