A chapel of Akatosh with lovely grounds for meditative walks, greenhouse for alchemy reagents, worship space complete with confessional, rectory with enough beds to sleep up to 11 and a fully stocked four-bed surgery for healing needs.
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 Weeping Willow Inn is a front for Imperial Refugees to find a safe place. Rest their feet, wash their wounds, get medical attention all the while contracted with a member of the Thieves Guild to provide false paperwork that they can pass as ‘Nords’ or ‘Bretons’ to find a new homeland until the war is over. The papers giving the refugee a few writs of citizenship and past work experience to make it easier to meld into their chosen society.
A graveyard and mortuary once belonging to the forgotten House Haveloc. Though not abandoned, it is a quiet and somewhat derelict place servicing the sparse population in the North Bangkorai foothills.