Locations


The Sword Coast

Commerce along the Trade Way and other caravan routes binds the city-states of the Sword Coast. The coast itself is treacherous, featuring undersea reefs, rocky outcroppings, and a soft, mucky bottom that extends for miles in many areas.

There are no kingdoms or nations on the Sword Coast, only a handful of city-states and a number of small independent towns linked by trade routes. Most of the region is a dangerous wilderness thick with bandits and monsters.

True ports are few and far between, a fact that makes the sheltered bay at the foot of Mount Waterdeep so precious. Its natural harbor has permitted Waterdeep, the City of Splendors, to grow into one of the shining jewels of the Sword Coast. Port cities north of Waterdeep didn’t fare well in the years after the Spellplague; both Neverwinter and Luskan are now in ruin. Baldur’s Gate, on the other hand, survived the last century relatively unscathed and has swelled to become the most populous city in Faerûn. Candlekeep remains a bastion of learning, though the crag it rests upon now stands at least 100 feet off the coast.

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Civilization

Baldur’s Gate

Beregost

Bowshot

Candlekeep

Daggerford

Friendly Arm Inn

Gillian’s Hill

Greenest

Gullykin

Julkoun

Kheldrivver

Liam’s Hold

Moonshae Isles

Orlumbor

Secomber

Ulgoth’s Beard

Waterdeep

The Way Inn


Wilderness

Fields of the Dead

Forlorn Hills

High Moor

Lizard Marsh

Troll Hills


Ruins

Dragonspear Castle

Durkag’s Tower

Warlock’s Crypt


Neighboring Regions

Eastern Heartlands

Lands of Intrigue

The North

Locations

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