The Kingdom of Many Kingdoms
The edge of the forest was approaching, in the distance, the two could see vast amounts of farmland and the trails weaving in and out of them. They could faintly hear the horses and carriages that brought people and merchants in and out of the city, which was always open to travelers.Upon arriving in Market Town, they were met with the chaotic hustle and bustle of everyday life in this part of Stonewood. The castle-like buildings that towered over them seemed almost magical and the streets were an explosion of color that weaved in, out, and around each other. There was no shortage of places to go for supplies, the only challenge was deciding where they would go first.
"So you mean to tell me, the Kingdom of Stonewood, is in the middle of Stonewood Forest, a forest that consists of Stonewood Trees?"
Some Fun Facts and Misc. Info I found in my Notes
The Festival of Affinity
To be Continued Maybe Probably Perhaps Most Likely
Places of Interest
- The Capitol of Stonewood
This is where you'll find the King, The Wardens, and the Kingsworn.
For obvious reasons, no one is allowed to enter without their knowledge.
It's, uh, a bank, a bank run by the Greenrock Guild.
Players can go here to convert their currency for convenience. One can only carry so much Copper.
- I don't know what else to tell ya.
A hospital where adventurers can seek treatment for whatever ails them.
Gonna be honest with you, I don't know how hospitals work in D&D.
College of Wizardry
The most esteemed Institution of Magic in this entire region. Not everyone can learn how to use magic, but those who can would be wise to seek education here.
For a price, players can potentially gain a level in a spellcasting class of their choice.
Named after the largest river in this region, all trade and travel by water happens here.
- Adventuers can use this port for trade and travel.
One of the many farms covering the southern edge of Stonewood. This farm, in particular, is run by the Honeymeadow Guild, and it centers around wheat and livestock. Super wholesome place.
Wheat Knight has a side quest posted in The Sleeping Squire.
The largest cluster of marketplaces and shops in the city, it's appropriately named, I believe.
Here you can buy all the official/basic items.
(The ones I didn't make)
The Sleeping Squire
A very popular Tavern known for its excellent hospitality and patronage.
This tavern provides side quests and can serve as a hub location that the party can always come back to.
Trinkets and Spell Scrolls
This is the store you wanna visit for the cool stuff (The stuff I made). The place is run by Shop, a charismatic and respectful gentleman who's always looking to make a new friend.
Offers a wide variety of Magical and Non-Magical Items, ranging from mundane to powerful.
This place is like Trinkets and Spell Scrolls but for armor and clothing specifically. It's run by an eccentric and flamboyant woman named Vanity.
A "Forge and Shop" where the Steelguard Guild resides, here you can commission and customize weapons and armor.
The Knights in this Guild are Forge, Barrel, Flame, and Hug. Also Barrel works at The Sleeping Squire.
The Breadsmith Guild
A small bakery that specializes in desserts, run by the Breadsmith Guild.
Some of their more expensive goods have magical properties, useful for any adventurers with some coin to spare.
Beard and Barrel Brewery
I mean, it's a brewery, a place where beer is brewed.
You can buy the beer.
Descendants of Humans, Knights are people who evolve based on their greatest passion.
The Sleeping Squire
"Welcome, traveler, to The Sleeping Squire! Take a seat where you please; Happy Hour starts in just a moment, the Quest Board is on your left, and those who volunteer on stage earn a drink on the house!"
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This is a neat place, what sort of adventures has your group gotten themselves into in and around the city?
I really wish I had some stories for you but I haven't run any games yet. XD