Port Brinetusk

Prior to the Three Banners War, this dockyard was a lively port of merchants and mariners. But in the years since, much of the surrounding neighborhood has become abandoned as locals fled or were conscripted to fight. Recently a group of lowly orcish sailors calling themselves the Brinetusk Boys have laid claim to these rundown docks. “Port Brinetusk” welcomes all prospective business⁠—on the pier or within their renovated basement brawl pit⁠—so long as it’s outside the eye of the local milita.

Evergreen Venue

The Evergreen Venue, located in the countryside, nearby Alcaire. Home to Formal Events in the Main House, Fully Stocked bar and small events in the Barn. Attached to its own Winery and Small Orchard Tree’s for harvest. Most importantly, a Wedding Venue, best done during the evening hours.

Bitterbrook Cemetery

A cold, dreary cemetery on the outskirts of Blackridge County, somewhere along the craggy cliffs of Rivenspire. A decrepit mausoleum serves as the centerpiece of the graveyard, surrounded by headstones and remains. A small area for a funeral service rests nearby, open to anyone who wishes to use it.

The Tipsy Spriggan

On the road in the forest, a day’s ride northeast of the city of Daggerfall, stands an old tavern and inn for travelers to rest. Legend says that the first owner of the inn was a friend of a particularly strange spriggan with a perchant for the innkeeper’s homebrewed wines – a recipe that is still brewed today called a “Sap White”.

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