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  • Acadamae

    [[File:583668 | class=media-item-align-none | Acadamae.png]] Although it stands within Citadel Crest, the Acadamae does not belong to the ward. Faculty and students of the college live within its imposing walls and outsiders may enter only when they …

  • The Heights

    [[File:583669 | class=media-item-align-none | The_Heights.png]] _Nearly all of Korvosa’s power players reside in the Heights, including the queen herself. The Heights District holds three wards: Citadel Crest, Cliffside, and University._ H1. [[ …

  • Castle Brindol

    [[File:583677 | class=media-item-align-none | Castle_Brindol.png]] The centerpiece of the city, Castle Brindol towers over every other building. Two pieces comprise Castle Brindol: the Grand Mastaba and the high-walled citadel itself. Together, …

  • East Shore

    [[File:583681 | class=media-item-align-none | East_Shore.png]] _The only district beyond the channel of the Elsir River, East Shore is home to a handful of noble houses closely tied to the military of the city, as well as the struggling Theumanexus …

  • The Frisky Unicorn

    The least expensive (but far from cheap) of Citadel Crest’s bed and breakfasts, the Frisky Unicorn is larger than Tenna’s but smaller than Upslope House. The Frisky Unicorn is owned and operated by [[:bunk | Bunk]] and provides little more than a posh …

  • Gilded Orrery

    Most of the profits made by the semi-independent Gilded Orrery funnel directly into the Acadamae’s coffers. Specializing in items and texts in support of conjuring, the store nonetheless stocks a wide and impressively deep selection of other magical wares …

  • Midland

    [[File:584005 | class=media-item-align-none | Midland.png]] _Rising from sea level to climb the Eastern side of Citadel hill, when most people think of Brindol, they think of the cosmopolitan and friendly district of Midland._ M1. [[Powells …

  • North Point

    [[File:584006 | class=media-item-align-none | North_Point.png]] _Northpoint was the first section of Brindol founded by the Najaran settlers. It is home to Brindol’s oldest non-noble families._ N1. [[Laughing Waves Inn]] - The oldest surviving Inn …

  • Powells Bookmaker

    Wizards, sages, and scholars flock to Brindol's largest bookstore. From mythic tales of lost Azlant to the most recent reports from distant Soubar, the Bookmaker’s massive selection covers a wide swath of topic and interests. All of the city’s …

  • Bailers Retreat

    This rough tavern frequently serves recently released prisoners of Citadel Volshyenek’s jails. Because of that it also serves strong coffee to a high number of Korvosan Guards.

  • Goldmarket

    Brindol's largest market serves as the main attraction in Midland. People from all over the city descend daily on the stands, stalls, and tents that form the backbone of the open-air market. Vendors hawk a variety of wares, mostly foodstuffs and minor …

  • Citadel Volshyenek

    Named for the Eternal Lord, Lord Volshyenek Ornelos, who paid for most of its construction, this impressive citadel houses the headquarters and main garrison of the Brindolion Guard.

  • Creaky Hammock

    Set up with a nautical theme, the Creaky Hammock tends to serve ships’ crews in port for a few days. Its attached tavern makes for loud nights and boisterous days, which led to the saying, “The only way to sleep in the Creaky Hammock is to drink yourself …

  • Eodreds Square

    Forming a plaza just past the west end of High Bridge, the square makes a popular landmark that locals and visitors alike use to set up meetings or simply orient themselves within the ward.

  • Pesticos Dolls and Figurines

    A doddering but gentle old man little more than a loud noise away from the grave, Vadid Pestico has lived and worked his entire life in Brindol, crafting exquisite dolls for the city’s children.

  • Laughing Waves Inn

    Bearing Keyra Palin’s nickname as its own, the Laughing Wave is the oldest surviving inn on the mainland, being the only structure not razed by the Final when they drove back the Cormanthian settlers during the Second Battle of Mainshore, in 4439.

  • The Dock Trade

    This market of questionable legality operates in New Dock. Many of the goods sold within it appear freshly delivered, although most have some amount of minor damage to them. The Hellknights have for years attempted to link the wares sold in the Dock Trade …

  • Whitecaps

    One of the oldest surviving inns on the mainland, Whitecaps is more than a century past its prime. It looks old, it smells old, and it even feels old once inside it. Despite its age and wear, though, Whitecaps remains a popular destination for visitors to …

  • Longacre Building

    The last stop for the city’s most violent criminals, the imposing Longacre Building, also known as Arbiter’s Hall, houses the feared arbiters of Brindol. Despite their frightful reputation, the arbiters only have the worst criminals executed. Violent …

  • Ten Crimes and Punishments

    Punishments for violent crimes in Brindol are harsh, but the general populace considers them fair. Non-violent crimes carry differing punishments depending on the disposition of the criminal: A member of the thieves’ guild (the only legal guild in the …

  • City Hall

    This large building, once the seat of governmental power in the city (prior to the creation of the monarchy), still houses the various ministries and the myriad offices of the growing bureaucracy. Built in the New White style of architecture ( …

  • Three Rings Tavern

    This quiet tavern belongs to retired adventurer and former Pathfinder Theandra Darklight (originally Theandra Mulnsk). Theandra earned enough coin as an adventurer to buy a decrepit tavern in Five Corners and fix up. A lithe beauty in her adventurous …

  • Aaron Shemman

    He traveled to [[Drellin's Ferry]] with Dameat Bachman, looking to find what happened to Ragnar Ramsesis, a fellow agent of the Bristol Lions, but was attacked and taken prisoner by Zuk's Goblins. He was later rescued by the Heroes, and helped them …