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Morlund is known as “Lady Stone” locally for her cold, bitter manner.
First are its two ring-walls, bolstered by an icy moat between them reputedly roamed by man-eating eels. The Speaker of the Town is the final member of the Council of Six Elders, a citizen elected every seven years to represent the common folk of the city. Everlund has always been instrumental in keeping the roadway safe for caravans from its walls all the way to Calling Horns, hiring numerous mercenaries and adventurers to scour the route for monsters and other dangers. While Helm has taken many steps toward simplifying Sundabar’s confusing scheme of customs, regulations, and duties, he still must contend with hundreds of scheming guildsfolk who hope to legislate some small advantage for their craft or trade through his offices.
Stone Shields and Watchful who grow careless, overzealous, or too friendly with shadier citizens are transferred to the Shieldsar. The Rauvin flows through the heart of the city, crossed by two bridges — the Knightbridge and the Dwarfbridge. This makes him an unlikely ally of the elves on the council, who share his respect for the ways of the past. The Council of Six Elders joined the city with the Lord’s Alliance several decades ago and signed the Silver Marches articles of confederation with eagerness, hopeful of greater security for its primary trading road.
The other citizens of Sundabar are too numerous and diverse to enumerate here. The soldiers permit all those who have legitimate business with the council to pass, but collect their weapons first. Over time, the Council of Six Elders became the true rulers of the city.
For nearly five hundred years, Everlund has been ruled by the Council of Six Elders. Home of user-generated, homebrew pages! Visitors will find over a dozen superb woodcarvers and carpentry 3. around the Circle.
The Stone Shields police the city under the command of the Watchblade, which also oversees a shadowy network of spies known to citizens as the Watchful. His valiant fighting to defend the city brought him the same popularity with Sundabarians. Sundabar is well provisioned against a siege of many months, as vast granary caverns lie near the Everfire, and deep city wells tap the clear, fresh subterranean lake Mzrches. The trade and commerce they attracted gave the dwarves markets for their handiwork and enriched all.
Sundabar’s temple to Tyr and Torm is a fortresslike building facing on the Circle, across from the Master’s Hall. Views Page Discussion Edit History.
Fendelben has no real friends on the council, since the Keeper of the Bridge is his natural opponent — the Keeper’s agents collect taxes grudgingly paid by the Master’s fellow merchants. This Month’s Dragon Magazine. For decades she worried that the humans would simply swallow the elf parts of the town, but in recent months the unlooked-for return of some elves from Evermeet has strengthened the elf community and charged it with determination to thrive and grow once again.
The dwarves of Delzoun built a great underground city here sometime around DR to take advantage of the Everfire, a volcanic rift in the Underdark.
Soldiers of the city’s standing army make a show of patrolling the walls in strength, both to provide reassurance to citizens and visitors, and to discourage attackers. Roads lead straight in from Rivergate westEastgate eastand Turnstone Gate southeast to a central location in the heart of the city known simply as the Circle. There are five smaller barracks, one located at matches of the city’s gates.
The Hall of Vigilance: Though ready to withstand an attack at any given moment, it is nonetheless a beautiful community that does not look like a city of war.
Everlund has always been close to Silverymoon, its neighbor to the north. No armaments of any kind are permitted within. In the middle of the market are a number of open-air stalls and stands that offer fresh produce, poultry, baked goods, and livestock.
Vigilance is the watchword of Sundabarian life. Over time, Sundbarr’s strength dwindled as its folk became less numerous and the mighty lore of old was forgotten.
Since its humble beginnings as a fortified trading outpost and bridgehead on the Rauvin, the city’s population and importance have increased to the point where it is one of the most important trading cities in the Silver Marches, and the North as well.
Its roof is crowned by an open turret, where a signaling mirror shaped like a crescent moon stands. Despite its size and constant level of activity, Everlund’s physical appearance is a testimony to both its founders and current leaders.