Shards of Destiny
Small River-port Village
his small village along the western bank of the Stillwater River handles a fair amount of timber shipping up and down the river. As with most of the villages in this area, it is shrouded in thick fog nearly every morning until almost 11:00 am.
|Civic Buildings & Locations:|
- The Fogveil Meeting Hall • A small meeting hall at village center.
|Temples & Shrines:|
- The Fogveil Abbey • A small abbey dedicated to Certus. Friar Altus Jenwick oversees the abbey and conducts services only once a month, due to lack of conviction – either his or his flocks.
|Merchants & Artisans:|
- Teblin’s Boat Shop • Teblin Stoneskull owns and operates this small shop near the docks on the north side of the village. Teblin is a fair boatwright but makes most of his money repairing damaged boats.
- The General Store • Less common items are hard to find in this small country store but every now and then, if you check back often, you might find something of interest. Leevon Craeg owns this small store on the south side.
- The Stables • This small stable is owned by Ned Findle, a rather odd little man who seems to get along better with the horses than he does with his customers.
- The Fogveil Grocer • Jess, short for Jessica Hinael, owns this small shop and sells only the freshest produce and meats brought in daily from the farms up north.
|Taverns & Inns:|
- The Rowdy Topper Tavern • This ramshackle tavern, owned by Bren Savaesh, looks as if its seen one too many brawls and not nearly enough repair. The tavern is named after the local lumberjacks who climb up and cut the tops from the trees, hazardous work to say the least. The Rowdy Topper serves no food, just strong mead, dark ale and many a rousing lumberjack songs. The tavern is very dimly lit and the walls are adorned with a jumble of any kind of lumbering saw you can imagine.
- The Fogveil Inn • Although rather rustic, the Fogveil Inn is a rather comfortable and clean establishment owned and run by Othgra Bruker. The rooms are large, the beds are soft and the locks on the doors seem to work, at least most of them.