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  • Abbey of the Five Altars

    h3. History of the Abbey A derelict abbey, built about 400 years ago, the Abbey of the Five Altars was the traditional home of the [[Blessed-of-Four Monk]] and his monastic brothers and sisters. Four main altars in the main floor of the Abbey are …

  • Villages

    h3. [[Harkenwold]] [[Dardun]] Population: 140 [[Marl]] Population: 163 [[Tor's Hold]] Population: 141 [[Easthill]] Population: 155

  • Cities

    h3. [[The Nentir Vale]] h4. Major Cities * [[Fallcrest]] h4. Minor Cities * [[Albridge]] Population: 198 * [[Harken]] Population: 212 (town), 60 (keep) h3. Miscellaneous * [[Sarthal]]

  • Dardun

    Dardun is a small hamlet with an economy mainly built on the export of mild white wines, soft cheeses, and apples. The town also produces grain, but generally not enough for export. Dardun is located east of Albridge and northeast of Harken. Easthill …

  • Marl

    A prosperous village surrounded by well-tilled fields, the fertility of Marl's agricultural basis often supports the grain supplies of less-fecund region of [[Easthill]] and [[Tor's Hold]]. In return for their grain, these villages provide Marl with …

  • Tor's Hold

    Tor's Hold is less a single steading than a collection of them. About a century ago, a young man named [[Tor Hammerfist]] moved to the area with his young wife [[Ygres Hammerfist | Ygres]]. The young couple was from [[Easthill]], and while rumors abound …

  • Easthill

    A hamlet of 155 shepherds and stonecutters, Easthill lies against the Briar Hills. Stone quarried from Easthill was used to build both the crossing at Albridge and the bulk of Castle Harken. A border town of Harkenwold, Easthill is due east of [[ …

  • Albridge

    h3. Overview The second largest town in Harkenwold, Albridge is fortunate to stand at the crossing between the Kingsroad and the White River. While [[Harken]] has the distinction of being the capital of [[Harkenwold]], Albridge's position on the White …

  • Harken

    h3. Overview The largest town in the Baron of Harkenwold's domain, Harken is notable for the large, rocky bluff on which Harken Castle sits. Were it not for this formidable natural redoubt, Albridge might have made a more sensible choice for the …

  • Harken Castle

    Located in the village of [[Harken]], Harken Castle is the seat of power of [[Baron Stockmer]]. Recently constructed by the Baron, using the quarries of [[Easthill]] as a stone supply and the cliffs to the east of Harken as a strong, defensible site, the …