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  • Cloverfield

    !(media-item-align-right){height:120px;width:100px}http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/208299/MacAidan.png(Mac aidan)! This small ranching community consists of about forty human families living on the northern side of the river. The houses and barns …

  • Mapledell

    !(media-item-align-right){height:120px;width:100px}http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/208301/MacCameron.png(Mac cameron)! A cluster of single story wood houses in a wooded dell off the south side of the glen is home to about thirty families of humans …

  • Hermit Tor

    !(media-item-align-right){height:120px;width:100px}http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/208308/MacBryce.png(Mac bryce)! This farming community is named for a small hill on its outskirts that was home to a reclusive priest of Odin whose cave is still …

  • Otter Creek

    !(media-item-align-right){height:120px;width:100px}http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/208309/MacKincaid.png(Mac kincaid)! Forty families live in single-story wood houses on the edge of the Elf Wood, surrounded by a modest palisade fence, on the …

  • Adders Bluff

    Sixty hill dwarf families dwell on the edge of the tarn overlooking the glen in stone houses. It has a mill, a blacksmith shop, and several smelters and furnaces, the smell of which dominates the village. It was founded by refugees of the fallen city of …

  • Rowanbrook

    This small trading outpost of twenty wood elf families live in small elevated wooden tree houses. Wood elves don't live in permanent settlements. Rowanbrook is a temporary home to a rotating group of small hunter-gatherer tribes who come here to trade …

  • Sheer Hollow

    This tiny settlement is little more than a magnificent 100' wooden tower that appears to have been grown out of a massive oak tree with a scattering of a dozen buildings around its base. The tower is home to an ancient high elf wizard named Talulla and …

  • Eel Gully

    Forty stout halfling families dwell in their wattle-and-daub farms while a mill, bakery, doocot, and blacksmith are the communal buildings. The warren is just downstream of the village. The village is short on livestock as anything larger than a chicken …

  • Applebottom

    Large apple orchards surround the village and its residents raise some of the finest pigs in the glen. Forty stout halfling families live here in wattle-and-daub houses with thatch roofs. There is a mill, a curing house, a barn, and a bakery. Ettins …

  • Comfort Knoll

    A large farming community of sixty stout halfling families in wattle-and-daub houses sitting on the northern shore of the river but with fields on either side. The eponymous knoll is near the center of town and is tunneled out to serve as the village hall …

  • Gilliford

    This village sits in the fork where Eel Creek meets the Rose River and near a broad ford of the latter. It is composed of forty wattle-and-daub houses containing stout halfling families, a mill, a barn, a blacksmith, and a communal bakery. A warren sits …

  • Edgemoor

    This collection of forty sod houses wedged between Honey Brook and Rose River is home to stout halfling families, most of whom are shepherds or farmers. They have a small mill, a barn, and a blacksmith shop that doubles as an armory. Each house also has …

  • Snipe Island

    A dozen conical timber and sod crannags sit on a small island amidst a wide bog through which runs Beaver Creek, home to stout and lightfoot halflings. Two dozen house-barges are moored here at any given time and the village serves as a trading post for …

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