Hard under the Cairngorms at the west end of the Nentir Vale lies the remote town of Winterhaven.

The rutted King’s Road leads to the foot of a broad hill that holds the walled village. The walls are weathered stone topped by defensive palisades. Small thatched homes stand around Winterhaven, each fronting a small piece of farmland or pasture. Beyond the farms to the west and south lie dark woods, and to the north, tall mountain peaks.

Most residents of Winterhaven have never traveled beyond the village vale. The majority of villagers are farmers. though the walled heart of Winterhaven employs various craftspeople as well. Wagons occasionaly head east down the old King’s Road from Winterhaven to find trade in the town of Fallcrest, which lies five days away. Sometimes wagons come into Winterhaven, causing the villagers to excitedly gather in the Market Square to hear news from the outside world and to buy new and exotic goods.

The population of Winterhaven is predominantly human, with a scattering of dwarf families, and a handful of other common races, including a couple of elves and a single tiefling. Winterhaven is primarily an agricultural village based on barter and trade, although Lord Padraig keeps a monetary system afloat with his own coin.

The heart of Winterhaven would be Wrafton’s Inn. Both travelers and locals frequent this spot.

Winterhaven is protected by the Winterhaven Regulars, commanded by Lord Ernest Padraig himself. The force is comprised of ten soldiers who perform guard and police functions in and around the walled portion of the village.

  1. Outer gate and walls
  2. Wrafton’s Inn
  3. Market Square
  4. Stables
  5. Smithy
  6. Valthrun’s Tower
  7. Bairwin’s Grande Shoppe
  8. Warrior Guild
  9. Tenements
  10. Temple
  11. Inner gate
  12. Winterhaven Siege Supplies
  13. Barracks
  14. Manor House


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