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  • House of the Red Lanterns

    !(media-item-align-center)http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/10769/House_of_the_Red_Lanterns.JPG(House of the red lanterns)! The House of the Red Lanterns is a large building on the northern end of the Dockside Boardwalk. Currently run by the …

  • Barge Inn

    !(media-item-align-center)http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/10787/Barge_Inn.JPG(Barge inn)! One of the largest inns in the city is the Barge Inn, a four-story structure has a huge ale brewery in the cellar. This was once the headquarters of a …

  • Clawhand Shipbuilding

    This large complex holds the best shipbuilding and ship repair company in the area. Over 40 people are employed here, making it the largest local business in Dockside. The business is owned and managed by Fionor Clawhand, a shipbuilder formerly from …

  • Free Traders' Office and Warehouse

    Langer Traeme operates this large office and warehouse as a meeting place and help station for independent traders and merchants in Hawkmoon. Inside the building is a large open area, surrounded by three levels of storage rooms, where small merchants may …

  • Gothtur's River Transport

    This large building is owned and operated by an enterprising tiefling named Gothtur who claimed ownership of this building after the previous owner mysteriously disappeared. At first, Gothtur was taken with the novelty of playing merchant, but over the …

  • Jaeger's Pawnshop

    Jaeger runs an extremely successful pawn shop, exchanging goods for gold and selling those items that are not reclaimed. He haggles skillfully with the desperate and destitute customers. His profits are the envy of other pawnbrokers in the city, who …

  • Jharan Hulris' Tattoos

    Though many locals call him the painted man due to his fearsome appearance, Jharan Hulris is a kindly man who just happens to be covered with tattoos of writhing, worm-like dragons. The tattooist stands over 6 ft tall and weighs 250 pounds and generally …

  • Low Seas Tavern

    One of the marginally better eating spots in Dockside is the Low Seas Tavern, where few weapons other than daggers are permitted. The food is great, the drinks are excellent (if expensive), and many adventurers come here to spend their wealth and tell …

  • Office of the Cargo

    These 2 buildings are each staffed by 4 City Watch sentries, led by a sergeant and 2 cargo inspectors. Ships docking at the wharves have their cargo thoroughly inspected and taxed. Approved cargo is stamped and hauled into the city within 1-4 days. …

  • The River's Edge

    This establishment is Dockside's wildest. The poorer inhabitants of Dockside frequent the tavern as well as visiting sailors. This is the best place to hear rumors and gossip (as the patrons become inebriated their tongues loosen). The fare is edible and …

  • River Rat Inn

    The River Rat inn is owned by Zalkan Sooth, who is quite old; he settled here after a fight in which he maimed a fellow sailor and was stranded by his captain. He is well regarded nonetheless, and his inn is very popular with sailors. The place is …

  • Shrine of the Wavebearer

    Sailors and fishermen alike make mini pilgrimages to this Shrine of Melora before setting out to sea, whether for the day or for a long journey. Isadora Neserie tends the shrine and blesses vessels about to set sail. Isadora knows a lot of the goings-on …

  • Souf's Paraphernalia

    This store is a tower of clutter. The rooms, doorways, stairs and floor are crammed with items of all types. Piles of books about ant hills lie on top of other about horse barding, a ballistae hangs from a wall under a banner showing frog men fighting a …

  • Tangled Net

    The roof of this small stucco building is patchy, and many of its tiles lie in pieces on the ground. Inside, the walls are covered with nets and an overturned rowboat that acts as a counter. The place if run by a wizened old man named Frenrick who sells …