Tag: Phandalin

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  • Triboar Trail

    [[File:695612 | class=media-item-align-none | Triboar_Trial.jpg]] The Triboar Trail (also known as the Triboar Cutoff or the Cony Gap) is an area between the Sword Mountains and [[Neverwinter Wood]]. It was so named for the trail that ran from the [[ …

  • Barthen's Provisions

    Barthen’s is the biggest trading post in Phandalin. Its shelves stock most ordinary goods and supplies, including backpacks, bedrolls, rope, and rations. The place is open from sunup to sundown. Barthen’s does not stock weapons or armor, but customers can …

  • Phandalin Miner's Exchange

    The Miner’s Exchange is a trading post where local miners have their valuable finds weighed, measured, and paid out. In the absence of any local lord or authority, the exchange also serves as an unofficial records office, registering claims to various …

  • Lionshield Coster

    Hanging above the front door of this modest trading post is a sign shaped like a wooden shield with a blue lion painted on it. This building is owned by the Lionshields, a merchant company based in the city of [[Yartar]], over a hundred miles to the …

  • Shrine of Luck

    Phandalin’s only temple is a small shrine made of stones taken from nearby ruins. It is dedicated to Tymora, goddess of luck and good fortune. This shrine is in the care of a scholarly acolyte named [[:sister-garaele | Sister Garaele]], a zealous young …

  • The Sleeping Giant

    A ramshackle taproom at the East end of town. The dirty, dangerous watering hole at the end of Phandalin’s main street was frequented by Redbrand thugs. [[:grista | Grista]] the dwarf runs the place. Now owned by [[:halia-thornton | Halia Thornton]].

  • Tresendar Manor

    An old mansion belonging to an old noble family of Phandalin, situated at the eastern edge of the town on a low hillside, amid wood and thickets. The mansion had been long been in ruins, and was abandoned until the Redbrands transformed the manor’s …

  • Townmaster's Hall

    The Townmaster’s Hall has sturdy stone walls, a pitched wooden roof, and a bell tower at the back. Posted on a board next to the front door is a notice written in Common. Reading: The townmaster’s hall has a small but serviceable jail in the cellar. …

  • Sister Garaele

    Sister Garaele is a young elven priestess of the goddess Tymora, also known as Lady Luck. She administers Tymora’s shrine in the town of [[Phandalin]]. Garaele requested the adventurers to find out the location of the lost spellbook of the long dead …

  • Elmar Barthen

    Paid money to party when they delivered supplies from Neverwinter. Has two young clerks, Ander and Thistle.

  • Linene Graywind

    Linene rewards the party for informing her of where the Cragmaw tribe stored all her stolen provisions. The party heard a rumor Linene was cozying up to the Redbrands.

  • Halia Thornton

    Halia, along with her ranger hireling, finds the party hiding in the Edermath barn their first morning in Phandalin. She offers them a job: Eliminate the Redbrand leader, Glasstaff, and bring her any correspondence found in his quarters. Says the …

  • Daran Edermath

    Daran wants the Redbrands taught a lesson. He let the party sleep in his barn their first night in Phandalin. Gave the party a quest: Old Owl Trouble. Fighter, served as marshal and herald for many years in the Dragon coast lands

  • Carp Alderleaf

    Carp is enchanted by the idea of being an adventurer. Talkative and upbeat, Carp is very curious about the visitors that come to Phandalin. He was playing in the woods near Tresendar Manor, found secret tunnel in a thicket. A couple of big ugly bandits …

  • Mirna Dendrar

    Redbrands murdered her husband, Thel, for defying them. Abducted, to be sold into slavery. Party freed her and her children: 13yo Nars, 18yo Nilsa, in Tresendar Manor. Side Quest: Mirna's Heirloom. Though her family has nothing to offer as a reward, …