Government[edit | edit source]
1368 DR[edit | edit source]
1439 DR[edit | edit source]
1484[edit | edit source]
Trade[edit | edit source]
As of 1368 DR, Daerlunian linen sold for around 8 sp per square yard, while Daerlunian wool sold for between 9 sp and 2 gp per square yard depending on the weight of the fabric. The city imported such commodities as parchment, wine, and wool from Eveningstar in Cormyr.
Cult of the Dragon[edit | edit source]
The evil semi-religious organization, the Cult of the Dragon, had a presence in Daerlun as of 1368 DR, but preferred a secretive approach, using the city as a place to store armaments and to treat wounded members. The commander of the city guard, Allathast, used the elderly merchant Halath Tymmyr as a puppet to rule the city.
Notable Locations[edit | edit source]
- Alask's Arrow: Decent inn and tavern.
- Bergun Hall: Courthouse and records library.
- The Black Banner Inn: High-class accommodations with gambling and a well-stocked wine cellar on the Street of the Dragon.
- The House of Firehair: Large walled temple complex in the center of town.
- The Mighty Mace: Another fine inn and tavern that faced the Westmarket.
- Oakwaters: The city's large public bathing pool.
- The Old Plough: Not-so-fine inn and tavern.
- Place of Banners: Large, open area in the center of the city that contained Bergun Hall.
- The Sea Arch: The southern gate into the city; opened onto Barrel Lane.
- Shadowdark House: A magic shop on Saurovin Street.
- The Sunset Gate: The western gate into the city.
- The Westmarket: Large, open marketplace on the west side.
Notable Inhabitants[edit | edit source]
- Aerbront: A kind wizard, sharper than he pretended to be.
- Alask "Eagle-eyes": Owner/operator of Alask's Arrow inn and tavern.
- Dhelarr "the Night Blade": Paymaster of the Firehands Group trading coster.
- Elmareen Whistestone: Magical researcher, tutor, and reputed dragonslayer.
- Halath Tymmyr: Old merchant. High Bergun in name only.
- Harlyn Grimmerhand: Retired warrior, tutor, horse breeder, investor.
- Minthalar "the Many-eyed"; Well-informed merchant that could get most anything for a price.
- Othnyl Risingstone: Premier stone cutter, sculptor, and part-time weapons smith.
- Sandar "Silkenvoice" Kathklan: Potion- and poison-maker, necromancer, dangerous.
- Thauna Maskalar: High Priestess of the House of Firehair.
- Thelbaerone Shadowdark: Wizard, sage, and proprietress of Shadowdark House.
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References[edit | edit source]
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