DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, D&D, FORGOTTEN REALMS, WIZARDS OF THE COAST, and the Wizards of the Coast logo are registered trademarks owned by. Complete information on the towns and settlements of the burgeoning Silver Marches alliance and the many hazards that threaten it highlight this detailed. The Silver Marches Confederation, usually just called the Silver Marches is a loose alignment of frontier states in the North, also known as the.

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Silver Village grew slowly into Silverymoon Town, and Silverymoon became a city in DR, when its first set of walls was completed. Founded on a place sacred to the nature deities Mielikki and Lurue the Unicorn, Silverymoon developed around the Moonsilver Inn. Most house cellars hold mushroom crops and are crammed marchds rodent-proof food casks; older Sundabarians remember hungry winters all too well.

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Everlund is one of Silverymoon’s traditional allies and has historically sided with that city and its High Lady on nearly every important issue. Eaerlraun is secretly sympathetic to Khelben Blackstaff’s “Moonstars” but on the surface maintains his allegiance to the Harpers of Twilight Hall.

Each container silveer protected by a glyph of warding that is triggered if a chest is opened without first speaking the password. Dwarven and elven craftwork, furs, heroes, precious metals Alignment: Sundabar boasts many defenses against the orc hordes that plague the Solver, and has broken the onslaught of silvr major invasions. The trade and commerce they attracted gave the dwarves markets for their handiwork and enriched all.

Hard on their heels have come those not interested in hunting for gold, but intent on exploiting the situation. Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting 3rd edition, p.

Morlund is known as “Lady Stone” locally for her cold, bitter manner. Plagues and evils untold await those foolish enough to disturb them.


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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. His valiant fighting to defend the city brought him the same popularity with Sundabarians.

Like siilver spokes of a wheel, broad, straight streets lead from each gate to Bell Market at the city center. The Five Gates The city has five gates, each giving entrance to the city from a different direction and leading to broad, straight, and well-maintained caravan routes.

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The same looks to hold true today, as the confederation attempts to deal with issues of mutual importance to its signatories. A small company of elite marcehs warriors known as the Vigilant guards access to the Everfire at all times, aided by traps that silved that portion of the rift’s power that is safe to use. So I was wondering what those of you who own the Silver Marches book feel about it? Today, the Forgemaster is the leader of the dwarf community in Sundabar and an important advisor to the Ruling Master, but the Ruling Master guides the city for good or ill.

Silverymoon is considered the foremost center of learning and culture in the North. Saturday, 13th September, Retrieved from ” https: No one thinks that taking an axe to the trees is a good idea, but urban human pursuits are substantially less relaxed in the shadow of the great trees.

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Most don’t bother to go through the routine if they arrive at Everlund after sunset, preferring instead to avail themselves of the hospitality to be found in any of a number of inns and taverns that have established a thriving trade outside the city walls for just such occasions. The Black Lions have abandoned their traditional ways and settled to farm, herd, and hunt the nearby forests.

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Humans, elves, and dwarves all maintain dwellings in the same areas of the city instead of dividing into separate wards. Major Temples As one might expect, the worship of militant deities mafches those deities who stand for law, strength, and duty is popular in Sundabar.


Sundabar expects attacks and stands ready for them, and calls itself “the rock that shatters orc skulls and dragon jaws alike” as the now-dead Master Thulntarn once put it. Dragondown Grotto Red Hand of Doom.

Moongleam Tower Built by a master dwarf engineer almost two hundred years ago, this keep of black, hard stone is one of the foremost Harper holds of the North. The First holds his or her position until another Elder challenges it. Aerial steeds carry riders on high, magic and learning is revered, music and laughter are heard often in the streets, and the city contains fascinating shops brim-full of maps, books, minor magic items, and beautiful things.

As the human population grew, Sundabar’s strength shifted from the forgemasters of the dwarf city to the master merchants of the human city. The bell is sounded when the city is under attack. For nearly five hundred years, Everlund has been ruled by the Council of Six Elders.

Snow heaped high in the streets melts in the sun and seeps into the stones and the earth beneath. In turn, the army’s “problem” members are often transferred to the Watchblade’s forces. The fact that nearly every single trade caravan that begins its journeys in the Marches calls at Everlund en route to other destinations brings to the city a position of considerable economic and social importance.

Snow tigers, orcs, and ettins roam the wood. Silver Marches is a supplement to the 3rd edition of the Dungeons and Dragons role-playing game.