Kemara Brownbottle - she worked as a young lass with her father, mother, and brothers, and a baby sister, on a river boat transporting glass products up and down the river. But late one evening a storm arose and the river swelled turning …
A fine new building constructed of fieldstone and strong timber, the Nentir Inn stands on the west bank of the river. Merchants from Winterhaven or Hammerfast make up the clientele, along with travelers who happen to be passing through. A good room with …
For many years, the Silver Unicorn has billed itself as "the Pride of Fallcrest," charging high rates for its attentive service and well-appointed rooms.
A room in the Silver Unicorn costs 2 gp per night.
Halfmoon Trading House
The Halfmoon family is a large, far-flung clan of halflings who keep small trading posts in several settlements throughout the Nentir Vale. This is the largest and most important of those establishments. It …
Lord Warden Faren Markelhay
The seat of Lord Warden Faren Markelhay, Moonstone Keep is an old castle that sits atop a steep-sided hill overlooking the town. The outer bailey includes barracks housing up to sixty Fallcrest guards. At any given time about twenty or so …
Lady Allande Markelhay
When Fallcrest was a larger city, it supported several good-sized temples located in the Hightown districts. With the town's depopulation, several of these were abandoned, including the House of the Sun, a temple dedicated to Pelor. …
A small, well-off trading company, House Azaer is owned by the tieflings of the Azaer family. They import goods (including arms and armor) from Hammerfast, Harkenwold, and the lands to the south, and organize caravans up to Winterhaven …
High Priestess Dirina Mornbrow
This large, impressive stone temple is finished with Fallcrest's native marble. Its chapel is a large rotunda with a 30-foot-tall dome. The temple of Erathis is the largest and most influential temple in town. The place also includes …
High Priest Ressilmae Starlight
The third of Fallcrest's temples is devoted to Sehanine. It also includes shrines to Corellon, Melora, and Avandra. The Markelhays regard Sehanine as their special patron, and over the years they have given generously to the temple. …
Collects rents from scores of farmers and herders living in the countryside nearby.
He keeps a larger corral about a mile outside of town, and at any given time Lannar has several riding horses, draft horses, or mules in his paddock near Wizard's Gate.
Fallcrest's eastern city gate is known as Wizard's Gate, because it's the gate most convenient to the Septarch's Tower. The road to the east travels a few miles into the surrounding hills, linking a number of outlying farms …
Teldorthan has in stock (or can soon manufacture) just about any mundane weapon or armor an adventurer might need.
Nimozaran the Green
Septarch's Tower - This lonely structure is a tall, seven-sided spire of pale green stone that doesn't match anything else in the town. In the days before the Bloodspear War, this was the seat of Fallcrest's mages' guild-an order of a …
Orest corresponds with relatives and colleagues in several towns and cities outside the Nentir Vale; given a few weeks, he can order in low-level magic items or other items of unusual value. Similarly, Orest purchases interesting items …
King's Gate - Fallcrest's southern gate was destroyed in the attack that devastated the city long ago, and it still has not been entirely rebuilt. One of the two paired towers is nothing but rubble, and several large gaps remain in …
Sandercot's deals in just about anything-food, clothing, stores, rope, tools, gear, leather goods, and more. Compared to the Halfmoon Trading House, Sandercot's has slightly cheaper prices but goods of somewhat lower quality.
Lower Quays - Keelboats and similar craft put in here to unload their cargo and portage it up to other boats above the falls. As described for the Upper Quays, the porters' guild jealously defends its monopoly on moving cargo around …
The Lucky Halfling is widely regarded as the cheapest and coarsest of Fallcrest's drinking establishments. It caters to the porters and laborers who work the nearby docks, and fistfights are a nightly occurrence.
Tobolar is lonely. He spends his days in the Green Tower studying his lessons and looking through the tomes in the tower's library. His parents and sister were killed by troglodytes and he came here when he had no other place to go. As Nimozaran had …
Kallista has become a successful sculptor. She works for one of the few stoncutters left in town. She spends all day making marble pillars, steps, floors, and mantles for people's houses or temples in the Nentir Vale. She comes home at the end of …