A small town built from the ruins of a larger city, Fallcrest is the crossroads of the Nentir Vale.

  1. Tower of Waiting
  2. Upper Quays
  3. Five-Arch Bridge
  4. Nentir Inn
  5. Knight’s Gate
  6. Silver Unicorn Inn
  7. Halfmoon Trading House
  8. Moonstone Keep
  9. The Tombwood
  10. House of the Sun
  11. House Azaer
  12. The Nentir Falls
  13. Temple of Erathis
  14. The Bluffs
  15. The Catacombs
  16. Moonsong Temple
  17. Fallcrest Stables
  18. Wizard’s Gate
  19. Naerumar’s Imports
  20. Kamroth Estate
  21. Moonwash Falls
  22. Septarch’s Tower
  23. Blue Moon Alehouse
  24. Teldorthan’s Arms
  25. King’s Gate
  26. The Market Green
  27. Sandercot Provisioners
  28. Lucky Gnome Taphouse
  29. Lower Quays

Fallcrest stands amid the Moon Hills at the falls of the Nentir River. Here travelers and traders using the old King’s Road that runs north and south, the dwarven Trade Road from the east, and the river all meet. The surrounding ridges shelter several small valleys where farmers and woodsfolk live; few are more than six or seven miles from the town. In general the people outside Fallcrest’s walls earn their living by farming or keeping livestock, and the people inside the walls are artisans, laborers, or merchants. People with no other prospects can make a hard living as porters, carrying cargo from the Lower Quays to the Upper Quays (or vice versa).

Fallcrest is divided into two districts by a steep bluff that cuts across the town. The area north of the bluff is known locally as Hightown. To the south of the bluff lies Lowtown, which tends to be newer and poorer. In the event of a serious threat, people retreat up to Hightown—the bluff and the town walls completely ring this part of Fallcrest, making it highly defensible.

Fallcrest imports finished goods from the larger cities downriver and ironwork from the dwarf town of Hammerfast, and exports timber, leather, fruit, and grain. It also trades with the nearby town of Winterhaven. The surrounding hills hold several marble quarries that once produced a good deal of stone, but the area has little demand for ornamental stone these days, and only a few stonecutters still practice their trade.


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