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  • Dragonback Inn

    This inn is famous both for the dragon skull over the fireplace, and as a place of rest for adventurers and agents of all kinds. However most of the adventurers in this inn are still quite green and learning their trade. At night, this is a place of …

  • Blackstone Inn

    The Blackstone Inn is one of the rougher establishments in Daggerford. It is owned by an old mercenary with one eye not-so-ironically nicknamed *Cyclops*. He refuses to tell anyone his real name, and rumors swirl about his past. Cyclops acts as his …

  • Daggerford Inn

    Long owned by the Daggerford family, now a ducal legacy, the Daggerford Inn is tidy, clean, spacious, and on the expensive side. Brawlers go to the [[Blackstone Inn]], adventurers go to the [[Dragonback Inn]], and merchant princes go to the Daggerford. …

  • Ducal Castle

    The focal point of and, indeed, the seed that grew the town, the castle of House Daggerford was originally a smaller, simpler affair but has since grown in nearly direct proportion of the growth of the town itself, even adding a curtain wall when the wall …

  • Barracks

    The guards for the city are largely housed here, unless they are married, as most of the officers are. At any one time, the Barracks have 30-40 guards inside sleeping or eating, fully a third of the guard. The guardsmen are on three eight-hour shifts: …

  • Harvest House

    This wonderful building to [[Chauntea | Chauntea]] is as much granary as it is temple. It is one of the larger buildings in the city, and many of the members pay their tithe with grain, so there are many lofts above the main temple floor full of wheat, …

  • Moonglow Tower

    Easily the most beautiful building in the city, Moonglow Tower is, more precisely, the only beautiful building in the city, and a temple to [[Lathander | Lathander]]. Long ago funded by House Daggerford, Moonglow Tower is all white marble and stained …

  • Table of the Sword

    This temple to [[Tempus | Tempus]], the somewhat oddly named Table of the Sword, is named after the huge oaken sand table in the middle of the temple where warriors talk strategy and play out war games to learn and teach tactics. The sand may be leveled …

  • Fairfortune Hall

    This very popular temple of [[Tymora | Tymora]] is perhaps the only of its kind that is universally visited by most of citizens and visitors of Daggerford. The amiable and unfortunately nicknamed *Lenore the Black Bird* is also the owner and part-time …

  • Delfen's Tower

    Delfen's Tower is owned by *Delfen Yellowknife*, a friendly and not overly enigmatic wizard who lived in this tower before the Spellplague, disappeared for nearly a hundred years, and has recently returned without a word of his absence. He protects …

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