A Kind of Homecoming
Fallcrest is a small town built from the ruins of a larger city. It is the crossroads of the Nentir Vale.
Population: 1,350; another 900 or so live in the countryside within a few miles of the town. The people of Fallcrest are mostly humans, halflings, and dwarves. No dragonborn or eladrin are permanant residents, but travellers of all races pass through on occassion.
Government: Lord Faren Markelhay is the Lord Warden of the town.
Defenses: The Fallcrest Guard numbers sixty warriors who also serve as constables. Moonstone Keep is their barracks. The Lord Warden can call on about 350 militia at need.
Campaign Specific Notes
- The company is currently residing at the Nentir Inn.
- In The Catacombs of Fallcrest, it was discovered that the Tombwood held catacombs that were haunted by a vampire priest of Orcus.
- After All in a Day’s Work, the company left word with Lord Protector Markelhay at Moonstone Keep that the Yellowtooth goblins were involved with Garuk One-Eye in Sevenwind Pass in the Giantspire Mountains (link).
- In Home is Where the Soul Is, the town was preyed upon by a Spirit Master and endured a diseased rain that left many in town stricken. A dracolich was also sighted over the town while the company fought with and slew the Spirit Master in the deep catacombs under the city.
- It was revealed in Out and About in Fallcrest that Lady Allande Markelhay is a member of the Spysong Network and carries a strange talisman that bears the symbol of both The Harpers and the Spysong Network
- Myrddin Viligoth and the Twilight Riders visited Fallcrest and convinced the old Lord Protector to support Gareth Dragonsbane’s bid for the throne of Damara. Since then, Fallcrest and the Markelhays have been supporters of the Dragonsbane kings.
|4||Nentir Inn||8||Moonstone Keep|
|9||The Tombwood||10||New Temple of Kelemvor, Oghma, and Ilmater|
|12||Nentir Falls||3||Five Arch Bridge|
|19||Naerumar’s Imports||24||Teldorthan Arms|