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A large port city that serves as an access point for the country.
- Approximately 13000; mostly elf, some human and half-elf.
- Governance of the city is shared by several legendary adventurers and a court of aristocrats
- The Foolish Trickster II: A large adventurer's inn, built atop an outcrop of hewn and rune-carved stone. Its name comes from being a perfect duplicate of The Foolish Trickster, another inn on the other side of town that had burned down.
- Mira's Blades: The workshop of a female elf weaponsmith named Mira, who was once an adventurer, but retired after her companions were corrupted by an Aberrant God.
- The Shrine of Avaija: A stone niche enshrining an idol of Avaija Goddess of Fertility
- Slavoi's Carvings: A neglected tattoo workshop, built within a copse of oaken trees.
- The Axe of Lightning: A neglected dwarven tavern, kept by a retired knight named Zela.
- The Archer's Staff: A fanciful commoner's inn, which seems to be bigger on the inside than on the outside.
- Boha's Fluffy and Scales: A cluttered pet shop, hewn from a single massive outcrop of rock.
- The Harper and Chariot: A grand adventurer's tavern, built within a ring of ancient stone monoliths.
- An ancient obelisk of sapphire, placed to mark the Battle of Barad Vacla.
- Vetla's Pottery: The workshop of a female elf potter named Vetla, who was once a great wizard, but stumbled into a fortune and retired.
- The Wench's Cellar: An elegant dwarven tavern, kept by a dwarf named Ninu.
- Mila's Forge: A modest blacksmith's workshop, built atop an outcrop of volcanic rock.
- The Convergence: A large building of stone walls, once a minor temple. It contains a large meeting hall and several smaller rooms, and is shared amongst several local merchant guilds.
- Zbora's Armaments: A large weaponsmith's workshop, decorated with a collection of sundered shields.
- A broken column of dark stone, placed to honor a local Goddess of Luck.
- The Athenaeum of Arcane Study: A venerable school of witches and wizards, built within a floating tower.
- Lava's Masonry: A cluttered stonemason's workshop, built within a ring of ancient stone monoliths.
- The Shrine of Zuzen: A cauldron lamp enshrining the flame of Zuzen, God of Justice, said to reveal visions to those who leave an offering.
- Lava's Armaments: A neglected weaponsmith's workshop, decorated with a collection of exotic scales.
- The Shrine of Dia: A bronze statue of Dia, Goddess of Love, said to be sometimes visited by the goddess herself.
- The Empyrean House: A two-storey timber and brick theatre, home of a thieves' guild pretending to be magicians.
- Soba's Casting: A two-storey timber and brick building, the workshop of a female elf founder named Soba. She has been cursed by a hag, and every pendant she casts makes all those who see it more susceptible to magical charms and compulsions.
- The Crossed Spears: A large commoner's inn, decorated with wards against vampires.
- Shieldhome: A two-storey stone-walled building, the home of a female elf explorer named Brada. Its walls are covered with shields, said to be those of the warriors slain by the monster Azunnar. It is also said that the monster's hoard still lies buried beneath the building.
- Ronka's Masonry: The workshop of a female elf stonemason named Ronka, who is rumored to be quarrying stone from a cursed ruins.
- Nisla's Woodwork: A large woodcarver's workshop, built around a large rowan tree.
- Praha's Armory: A neglected armorer's workshop, built around a shrine of Agnar, God of War.