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  • Ondalis Manor

    Kurson Ondalis, the current Laird of Berwyn lives in the ancient manor house, the smallest building on Berwyn Island. As Laird, Kurson keeps his militia, who some say are nothing more than "semi-respectable brigands" strong, using most of his wealth …

  • The Observatory

    The second building on Berwyn Island and the tallest building in Berwyn, the Observatory was built for that purpose by the draconic forces in the distant past. Now used by the druids of the Circle, the observatory gives the Circle unmatched access to the …

  • Dragonhall

    The third and most mysterious of the three buildings on Berwyn Island, Dragonhall is the largest building on the island. Its interior halls and rooms are cavernous. For its size though, the place feels like a tomb, and the echoes of footfalls are the …

  • Gweirhenge

    Rooted in a culture born of conflict, the Jendarri worship the old ways, the ways of spirit and sky. In certain communities, druids raise henges to track the skies and reveal prophecy. Outside of Berwyn a henge was raised using rituals unknown outside …

  • Barrowguard Lodge

    Located near the eastern ruins, Barrowguard Lodge houses the brothers of the Barrowguard when not guarding the haunted ruins. Members of the Barrowguard are usually grim and guarded in front of outsiders. Dedicating your life to guarding haunted sites …

  • The Red Horse Inn

    Nethiad of Wisad runs this in together with his second wife, one daughter and four sons. Two years ago, he married the miller's daughter. This earned him the envy of every man in town, for she was considered the most beautiful woman in Berwyn. Nethiad' …

  • The Fang and Claw

    The Fang and Claw is a large building that functions as a tavern, boarding house, and meeting place for the men of the woods. Run by Chasar of Iabis, a former hunter and member of the Gweirwood lodge until a dire wolf took half of his leg, the Fang and …

  • Lysa of Amael

    Music flows out of this nondescript home near the center of Berwyn, for the Canaith skald Lysa of Amael uses her home to tutor others in the ways of the arts. Lysa is well-loved by the people, and her council is always heeded. She was raised on the …

  • Jarinal of Uthlaften

    This tannery if located across the River Bern, well away from the other businesses. Uthlaften does most of his business with Jendarri trappers and furriers who trade raw hides and furs for tanned leather. The tannery is used as a stable for his several …

  • Hirepa of Aphas

    Hirepa has a large business for such a town. Most of his business involves tailoring fine fur coats and hats, and fur-trimmed cloaks for export to Hawkmoon. He gets first choice of the best furs from Jarinal the Hideworker. Hirepa is proud of his son, …

  • Hadael Karady

    Hadael is the town herbalist and healer. His skills are unsurpassed in the region and some whisper that he dabbles in divine magic to aid his poultices and remedies. Back to [[Berwyn]]

  • Rybal of Querind

    Rybal makes and sells tents, awning, and tarpaulins to locals and caravans. His colorful pavilion tents, a status symbol among the Jendarri and the Tinkers, are often in frantic demand by tribesmen during a gather. Back to [[Berwyn]]

  • Miller Restin

    Restin of Morik operates this mill on the River Bern. He grinds all Berwyn grains in exchange for one tenth part. He sells this flour to caravaneers heading to Hawkmoon Back to [[Berwyn]]

  • Smith Orhan

    Orhan of Lemra is a burly, but gentle giant, almost seven feet tall and well known as the strongest man in Berwyn. His wife is near childbirth with their firstborn. Back to [[Berwyn]]

  • Bral of Karady

    Bral of Karady makes furniture, barrels and the like. He is competent when sober, but has not often been sober since the death of his wife last year. Back to [[Berwyn]]

  • Trobridge Trading Post

    Trobridge Trading Post is a general store and trading post run by Terlin of Wesindan. The clan that operates the trading post actually founded Berwyn many generations ago. The ruins that eventually became the town of Berwyn were claimed by the Jendarri …

  • Berwyn Tinker Camp

    South of the River Bern and east of the road is a large area where Tinker bands journeying by Berwyn set up their wagons and pavilions. The Jendarri are more accepting of the Tinkers, though they prefer them to stay outside the town walls. Sometimes, …

  • Berwyn Ruins

    On the eastern end of Berwyn, near Eastgate is another set of ruins. In a walled compound are three buildings, a tower, a manor house and a domed structure, all built on a massive scale. Most believe that these ruins are from the time when the titans and …