Fallcrest stands amid the Moon Hills at the falls of the Nentir River. Here travelers and traders using the old King’s Road that runs north and. Map of Fallcrest. Map Key: Tower of Waiting; Upper Quays; Five-Arch Bridge; Silver Unicorn Inn; Knight’s Gate; Nentir Inn; Halfmoon Trading House; Moonstone. Nentir Vale High Resolution Players Map. This is a high resolution map of the Nentir Vale, the setting for our Knights of Fallcrest D&D campaign.
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Grundelmar is loud and opinionated, a real fire-breather who goes on and on about smiting evil wherever it might lurk. The owner is Orest Naerumar, a tiefling who displays impeccable manners and discretion. The Halfmoon family is a large, far-flung clan of halflings who keep small trading posts in several settlements throughout the Nentir Vale. The area north of the bluff is known locally as Hightown. The river current begins to pick up on the south side of the bridge.
Falcrest or swimmers venturing far from the banks are in danger of being carried over the falls. People with no other prospects can make a hard living as porters, carrying cargo from the Lower Quays to the Upper Quays or vice versa.
A man of impeccable manners and discretion. Are you working on any other maps in the nentir vale? Thanks for the comment!
The Owl could be for a crest for the wizard in the tower, the blossom I took from the Wiki page on war of the roses I believe — intended to stand in for whatever imperial state has replaced the Nerath empire. Marquis Serim Selduzar Tiefling — This good humored and clever Tiefling is the third son of a southern noble in search of his own manor. However, I take comfort in that there are lots of weird things about Fallcrest: To the south of the bluff lies Lowtown, which fallcrext to be newer and poorer.
Moonstone Keep is their barracks. Fallcrest fallcrfst amid the Moon Hills at the falls of the Nentir River. The place also includes shrines to Ioun and Moradin.
A Nerathan hero named Aranda Markelhay obtained a charter to build a keep at the portage of the Nentir Falls. Your latest fan, Sid. Fallrcest month of lunches? It’s spectacular and brings the town to life in a way tallcrest the wotc sketch did not. Within its tangled paths lies the old castle cemetery now heavily overgrownas well as a battle-mound dating back centuries.
Nereth is a stiff-necked fussbudget and a stickler for rules. Available guilds in town? Newer Post Older Post Home. Also includes shrines to Bahamut and Fallcgest. The leader of the temple is High Priest Ressilmae Starlight, a wise and compassionate elf who finished adventuring decades ago and retired to a contemplative life. These fallcrets toughs and thieves look out for the chance to pilfer from the warehouses or roll a drunk in a dark mapp.
The gatehouses are permanently garrisoned. Naturally, stories abound in town about treasure hoards hidden away in the crypts, and the restless undead that guard them.
On the small island in the middle of the falls stands the statue of an ancient human hero named Vendar. Thurmina is a gruff woman who has been known to turn a blind eye to odd cargo moving over the bridge when the price is right. Crops had failed and the remaining food was being stockpiled and rationed. In the event of a serious threat, people retreat up to Hightown—the bluff tallcrest the town walls mmap ring this part of Fallcrest, making it highly defensible. She is happy to let Par fret about running the taphouse, while she spends her time perfecting her selection of ales and beers.
Fallcrest stands amid the Moon Hills at the falls of the Nentir River. It was a natural crossroads for trade, and the Markelhays ruled it well. Perhaps the least liked man in the Fallcrest Militia. A balding, middle-aged man with a keen mind and a dry wit.
Fallcrest Stables — Several riding horses, draft horses and mules can be found here. The party regrouped here after a month’s hiatus. The surrounding ridges shelter several small valleys where farmers and woodsfolk live; few are more than six or seven miles from the town.
The owner is a nervous, easily flustered fellow of fifty or so named Falllcrest Winnomer. The surrounding hills hold several marble quarries that once produced a good deal of stone, but the area has little demand for ornamental stone these days, and only a few stonecutters still practice their trade.
Boats belonging to a number of different travelers tie up here, the most common of which are the keelboats of the halfling Swiftwater Clan.
Great criticism Noumenon, I think you’re right. People with no other prospects can make a hard living as porters, carrying cargo from the Lower Quays to the Upper Quays or vice versa. I’ve just discovered your site better late than never and I’m blown away. Lannar Thistleton owns this business, providing travelers with tack, harness, stabling, shoeing, wagons, and just about anything dealing with horses, mules, or ponies.
This is a place in need of a few heroes.
It fell into ruin even before the sack of the old city, and now is little more than an empty shell overrun by mice and birds. Temple of Erathis — Large, impressive stone temple with a large rotunda dome. Even with, say, 5 people per residence, you’d have– what? When the empire of Nerath began to crumble about a century ago, Fallcrest continued to flourish—for a time.
The Blue Moon is popular with halfling traders whose boats tie up along the Lower Quay, well-off town merchants, and the farmers who live in the countryside south of Fallcrest.