Zinnaeris

Index

These are the major public population centers. Some of the nations have other populations centers which are not publicly known, for example, Leria-Boule has no publicly known population centers. (I will add hidden population centers in Italics if they are encountered).

*Magic Shops typically sell components, scroll paper, and such minor items – not “off the shelf” items ready made. Whether a population center has someone who can craft magic items is highly variable, and not directly related to population.

National Information

Government: Monarchy
Religion: Monotheistic: O’Bannon
Military Forces:
Political Relationships: Friendly with Almedha & Quisaadi, some ties to all others

1. Renin Falls (Large Town)

Total population: 7837

  • Humans: 7674
  • Elves: 81
  • Half-Elves: 73
  • Other: 8
  • Total guard: 39
  • Clergy: 98 overseen by 4 ordained priests

Noteworthy People

Services in this Town: 110%

  • Inns: 5
  • Taverns: 20
  • Healers / Apothecaries: 5
  • Blacksmiths: 7, 1 journeyman, 5 apprentices 120%
  • Weapon Smiths: 2, 2 apprentices
  • Armorers: 2, 2 apprentices
  • Bowyers: 5
  • Leather Workers: 13
  • Tailors / Clothiers: 22
  • Jewelers: 4
  • Merchants: 5
  • Booksellers: 1 70%
  • Magic Shops: 2* 80%
  • Fishmongers: 7
  • Farriers: 16
  • Cobblers 24
  • Carpenters: 16
  • Masons: 11

Noteworthy Places

The Dripping Rock

2. Ildenshire (Small City)

Total population: 14032

  • Humans: 13445
  • Elves: 421
  • Half-Elves: 130
  • Other: 36
  • Total guard: 94
  • Clergy: 175 overseen by 7 ordained priests

Noteworthy People

Services in this Town: 120%

  • Inns: 9
  • Taverns: 35
  • Healers / Apothecaries: 9 140%
  • Blacksmiths: 13, 3 journeymen, 7 apprentices
  • Weapon Smiths: 4, 1 journeyman, 2 apprentices
  • Armorers: 3, 3 apprentices
  • Bowyers: 9
  • Leather Workers: 23 140%
  • Tailors / Clothiers: 40
  • Jewelers: 7
  • Merchants: 9
  • Booksellers: 2 60%
  • Magic Shops: 4*
  • Fishmongers: 9 100%
  • Farriers: 31 140%
  • Cobblers: 43
  • Carpenters: 28
  • Masons: 20

Noteworthy Places

The Four Fires Inn & Tavern
– This location was originally Enen’s Inn & Tavern, and at the time was located near the town’s edge. In a monster raid the place burned to the ground. Enen rebuilt it as Enen’s Tavern, which burned in a forest fire, killing Enen. The next owner built Cerrod’s Inn which burned down one night, believed to be arson, and Cerrod died. The next owner refused to stay the night in his own place, Oyer’s Inn. As it was failing, Oyer set fire to his own place trying to frame another man, but was caught. The current owners have thus given the place the name The Four Fires Inn & Tavern, and claim the streak of fires is over. Their high quality and low prices have attracted business in spite of the rumors of a curse.

3. Brelon’s Crest (Capital City)

Total population: 38288

  • Humans: 34176
  • Elves: 2197
  • Half-Elves: 1449
  • Other: 466
  • Total guard: 255
  • Clergy: 479 overseen by 19 ordained priests

Noteworthy People

Aughirris
– An archaeologist whom Cullen worked with once years ago. The man claims to have worked at the original Ancient’s site in Zinnaeris. He believes there are more Ancient sites than have been found, so something must have been missed.

Services in this Town: 140%

  • Inns: 25
  • Taverns: 96
  • Healers / Apothecaries: 24
  • Blacksmiths: 34, 12 journeymen, 18 apprentices
  • Weapon Smiths: 10, 3 journeymen, 6 apprentices
  • Armorers: 12, 3 journeymen, 5 apprentices
  • Bowyers: 24
  • Leather Workers: 64
  • Tailors / Clothiers: 109
  • Jewelers: 19
  • Merchants: 26
  • Booksellers: 6 80%
  • Magic Shops: 11*
  • Fishmongers: 32
  • Farriers: 77
  • Cobblers: 118
  • Carpenters: 77
  • Masons: 55

Noteworthy Places

The Four Swords
– An inn and tavern established by 4 companions who claim to have made the area around Ildenshire safe for lumbering. Their story is easily learned through inquiry anywhere in Zinnaeris.

The Murdered Dog
– This rough and tumble tavern poor goods for cheap prices and moderate goods for high prices. The owner does keep a few rooms available to rent out, but not enough to be thought of as an inn.

The Mighty Stone
– Ever since the city was the small town of Brelonshire, there has been a large stone that has resisted breaking. Early on it was a nuisance, then it became the center of a religious movement. The latter was quashed by the church of O’Bannon, and structures went up that removed it from a central, visible place. Land it was on became cheap because no one could build a worthwhile business there until Inewmarin decided to theme this establishment on it. Now the stone’s reputation, and the Inn & Tavern’s as well, is growing again.

The Faded Banner

4. Khadesh (Small City)

Total population: 10703

  • Humans: 9847
  • Elves: 535
  • Half-Elves: 214
  • Other: 107
  • Total guard: 107
  • Clergy: 134 overseen by 5 ordained priests

Noteworthy People

Services in this City: 130%

  • Inns: 7
  • Taverns: 27
  • Healers / Apothecaries: 7 140$
  • Blacksmiths: 9, 2 journeymen, 5 apprentices
  • Weapon Smiths: 4, 3 apprentices 140%
  • Armorers: 4, 3 apprentices 140%
  • Bowyers: 8
  • Leather Workers: 18
  • Tailors / Clothiers: 31
  • Jewelers: 5
  • Merchants: 7
  • Booksellers: 2 70%
  • Magic Shops: 3*
  • Fishmongers: 18
  • Farriers: 16
  • Cobblers: 33
  • Carpenters: 21
  • Masons: 15

Noteworthy Places

The Weary Sailor
– Near the docks, this Inn bears only a small common room and is geared more for rest and revelry. As such, it has become somewhat known as a quite place to rest in a loud part of the city.

The Weeping Mare
– This inn and tavern is owned by Lorissian Rissler, a horse merchant, so of course, the stables attached to this place are as good as you will find at an inn or tavern. But the food and rooms are not quite up to prices Lorissian asks for them. Still, those travelers who are concerned with the care of their horses are happy to pay to stay here.

5. Hyran (Small City)

Total population: 12534

  • Humans: 9907
  • Elves: 1880
  • Half-Elves: 506
  • Other: 241
  • Total guard: 145
  • Clergy: 157 overseen by 6 ordained priests

Noteworthy People

Services in this Town: 120%

  • Inns: 8
  • Taverns: 31
  • Healers / Apothecaries: 8 140%
  • Blacksmiths: 21, journeyman, apprentices
  • Weapon Smiths: 6, apprentices
  • Armorers: 6, apprentices
  • Bowyers: 8
  • Leather Workers: 21
  • Tailors / Clothiers: 36
  • Jewelers: 6
  • Merchants: 8
  • Booksellers: 2 70%
  • Magic Shops: 4*
  • Fishmongers: 10
  • Farriers: 25
  • Cobblers: 39
  • Carpenters: 25
  • Masons: 18

Noteworthy Places

The Pride of Zinnaeris
– This elegant establishment claims to be the finest on the continent “only because I have not seen ever place in the world,” according to it’s owner, Omerran. The quality of food and rooms is truly excellent and pay for what you get there.

The Crow’s Nest
– As the name seems to imply, this inn and tavern is frequented by sailors, and rooms are hard to find here in almost every season. But the food is good, in spite of the heavy wear on the rooms, and the prices are moderate.

6. Orinthal (Large Town)

Total population: 7749

  • Humans: 7517
  • Elves: 116
  • Half-Elves: 63
  • Other: 52
  • Total guard: 49
  • Clergy: 97 overseen by 4 ordained priests

Noteworthy People

Services in this Town: 110%

  • Inns: 5
  • Taverns: 19
  • Healers / Apothecaries: 5
  • Blacksmiths: 9, 4 apprentices
  • Weapon Smiths: 3, 1 apprentices
  • Armorers: 2, 2 apprentices
  • Bowyers: 5
  • Leather Workers: 13
  • Tailors / Clothiers: 22
  • Jewelers: 4
  • Merchants: 5
  • Booksellers: 1 60%
  • Magic Shops: 2*
  • Fishmongers: 6 120%
  • Farriers: 15
  • Cobblers: 24
  • Carpenters: 15
  • Masons: 11

Noteworthy Places

The Blushing Maid
– This rowdy tavern is built on the idea that cheap food served by many scantly clad barmaids brings in more bodies and more coins.

The Old Mule

7. Dolpindar (Small City)

Total population: 13650

  • Humans: 12395
  • Elves: 740
  • Half-Elves: 273
  • Halflings: 137
  • Other: 106
  • Total guard: 97
  • Clergy: 171 overseen by 7 ordained priests

Noteworthy People

Services in this Town: 120%

  • Inns: 9
  • Taverns: 34
  • Healers / Apothecaries: 9
  • Blacksmiths: 14, 3 journeyman, 6 apprentices 140%
  • Weapon Smiths: 4, 3 apprentices
  • Armorers: 3, 4 apprentices
  • Bowyers: 9
  • Leather Workers: 23
  • Tailors / Clothiers: 39
  • Jewelers: 7 140%
  • Merchants: 9
  • Booksellers: 2 70%
  • Magic Shops: 4*
  • Fishmongers: 11 130%
  • Farriers: 27 100%
  • Cobblers: 42
  • Carpenters: 27
  • Masons: 20

Noteworthy Places

The Mocking Wench
– Originally Ingurn’s Oaken Barrel, this tavern got a reputation for its surly staff. Ingurn changes the name to match the reputation.

The Blackfires Inn

8. Celesthem (Large City)

Total population: 44312

  • Humans: 38551
  • Elves: 3988
  • Half-Elves: 1329
  • Other: 443
  • Total guard: 422
  • Clergy: 554 overseen by 22 ordained priests

Noteworthy People

Services in this Town: 140%

  • Inns: 30
  • Taverns: 111
  • Healers / Apothecaries: 28
  • Blacksmiths: 44, 9 journeymen, 21 apprentices
  • Weapon Smiths: 13, 2 journeymen, 7 apprentices
  • Armorers: 14, 1 journeymen, 6 apprentices
  • Bowyers: 28
  • Leather Workers: 74
  • Tailors / Clothiers: 127
  • Jewelers: 22
  • Merchants: 30
  • Booksellers: 7 70%
  • Magic Shops: 13*
  • Fishmongers: 37
  • Farriers: 89
  • Cobblers: 136
  • Carpenters: 89
  • Masons: 63

Noteworthy Places

The Splurging Stirge
– This tavern offers the pricey bottomless cup of ale, popular among those who can (and have to) scrape up the coin to afford it.

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