Human, Elf, Dwarf, Gnome, Halfling
Grand Council of Ghal Pelor and Chancellor Wuhilf Ryhdir
Sturdy dwarven built walls and towers. The Army of Ghal Pelor numbers over 10,000 strong. City's constabulary consists of 2,000 active-duty officers.
primary employers are the dock yards, forges, the army, farming communities and small merchant owned businesses.
Sewers, farming communities, extensive forges, nearby mine, well-maintained and guarded network of roads inside and outside the city, constabulary within the city, university, hospital and asylum, prison, large public park
Guilds and Factions
Pathfinders' Society, Ghal Pelor First Movement, The Grand Order of the Lion, The Chancellor of Ghal Pelor, Dwarven Merchant Guilds
Originally a dwarven trade city. Ghal Pelor attracted more and more citizens from across all of Tairos. During the Queen's War Ghal Pelor became the only city to survive intact. It has gone on to become the last hope for Tairos' future.
Traditional dwarven stone architecture makes up the oldest parts of the city. Newer areas tend either toward dwarven builds as well or neo-balmoran
Located in the plains south of Lake Tairos
Fresh water lake, easily farmed countryside, access to wood from nearby forests. Small rock quarry nearby