Quests from Winterhaven

The rutted King’s Road leads to the foot of a broad hill that holds the walled village of Winterhaven. The village is nestled in the southern foothills of the Cairngorm Peaks. The walls are weathered stone topped by defensive palisades. Small thatched homes stand around Winterhaven, each fronting a small piece of farmland or pasture. Beyond the farms to the west and south lie dark woods, and to the north, tall mountain peaks.

Hard under the Cairngorms at the west end of the Nentir Vale lies the remote town of Winterhaven. Winterhaven is a small town surrounded by a few miles of farmland and pastures.

Wrafton’s Inn
     This spacious inn and tavern serves as the public house for the region. Like alehouses everywhere, Wrafton’s Inn offers beer, wine, and, on occasion, spirits. Meals are served for those with the coin, and beds for travelers are available. A crowd of villagers gathers each night to drink, gossip, sing, and play games of chance.

Valthrun’s Tower
     This five-story structure is the highest building in Winterhaven. The tower is rumored to be over 300 years old, and Valthrun the Prescient is its most recent resident.

Bairwin’s Grand Shoppe
     Bairwin Wildarson traveled the world, or so he claims, before setting up shop in Winterhaven ten years ago. He has a variety of items available for sale.

Warrior Guild
     The guild trains in Market Square on days when the market is not open. Rond Kelfem, captain of the Winterhaven Regulars, also oversees the Warrior Guild. He can be found here, in the barracks, or on guard duty, depending on the time of day.

     This large stone structure is the village temple. Of the several deities worshiped by locals, Avandra, goddess of luck and change, is the most prominent. The temple priest, Sister Linora, runs services in the temple three times per week, but otherwise she is not often present. She prefers to travel among the homes outside the walls, dispensing care to villagers and animals and helping with various farm projects.

Manor House
     This grand manor home was built when Winterhaven was an outpost of the Nerath Empire. Staffed by five servants, the manor house where Lord Padraig, his wife, and their four sons live is a beautiful example of stone architecture in a village otherwise composed of thatch and wood.

People of intrest:
Ernest Padraig: the Lord of Winterhaven

Valthrun: Valthrun is a sage and scholar who lives in a tower within Winterhaven’s walls.

Salvana Wrafton: Wrafton’s Inn owner and proprietor.

Eilian the Old: Local farmer

Douven Staul: Explorer

Bairwin Wildarson: Shop Owner

Thair Coalstriker: Blacksmith

Rond Kelfem: Captain of the guard

Sister Linora: Priest of Avandra


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