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  • Two Stars

    Two Stars is a small village of approximately 3800 inhabitants. Mostly humans. It was mostly destroyed when the [[Tuigan Horde]] came in 1359 DC, but after the horde was destroyed in 1360 settlers came quickly to rebuild the place. Although it is still …

  • Golden Way

    The Golden Way is a road starting in [[Telflamm]], a city in the nation of [[Thesk]] along the coast of the Sea of Fallen Stars. It extends eastward, through [[Phsant]], [[Tammar]] and [[Two Stars]] until it reaches the shore between Lake Ashane and Lake …

  • Telflamm

    Telflamm is usually considered to be the biggest and most important city in [[Thesk]], however, Telflamm is actually an independent city-state but wields so much power and influence over the country that it might as well be the capital. Telflamm was …

  • Tammar

    Tammar is a large town in [[Thesk]] with a population of 3,594. It was razed by the [[Tuigan Horde]] and subsequently besieged by bandits who took heavy tolls from passing caravans. Most people were able to flee and return after the [[Tuigan Horde]] was …

  • Sunrise Mountains

    The Sunrise Mountains have their name because they lie in the east of [[Rashemen]] and thus always block the rising sun in the earliest hours. They are grand mountains with steep canyons and edges that are almost impassable at most places. Few people live …

  • Immilmar

    !(media-item-align-left){width:400px}http://images4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20081028110033/forgottenrealms/images/3/3c/Immilmar.jpg(Immilmar)! Immilmar is the capital city of Rashemen and seat of the Iron Lord. The city has 21,210 inhabitants, almost …

  • Mulsantir

    Mulsantir is a city in [[Rashemen]], numbering 4,848 inhabitants and around 3,800 soldiers. Even though it's size, the city is still amongst the wealthier cities of [[Rashemen]], because is a direct part of the [[Golden Way]]. Therefore it also has the …

  • Urlingwood

    The Urlingwood is a wood in north [[Rashemen]]. It is the meeting place of the [[Witches of Rashemen]]. Anyone not of their order is killed for entering the woods. Patrols of [[Rashemi]] soilders march around the border to warn off the ignorant or lost. …

  • Phsant

    Phsant is a large city of 21,564 inhabitants in [[Thesk]]. It is the site of the defeat of the [[Tuigan Horde]] and has a large orc population. The orcs formed part of the army that defeated the horde and are now accepted members of the populace, having …

  • Emmech

    Emmech is a fortress in [[Aglarond]]. It was built by King [[Brindor Olósynne]] and aided in the defence of [[Aglarond]] against invaders from [[Thesk]]. The fortress is situated at the mouth of the [[River Umber]]. It is built on a low hill and made from …

  • nyth

    Nyth is a small city of 11,501 inhabitants in [[Thesk]] that relies on trade with its neighbouring settlements. It was once controlled by the independent city-state of [[Telflamm]]. h2. History Nyth takes its name from a will-o'-wisp that used to …

  • Thesk Mountains

    The Thesk Mountains are bare, inhospitable mountains in [[Thesk]]. They feature extremely difficult terrain, and offer a limited amount of iron ore which is enough to supply the nation and provide extra for export.

  • Sea of Fallen Stars

    The Sea of Fallen Stars, also known as the Inner Sea, is the largest inland body of water in Faerûn. Its major ramifications include the [[Dragonmere]] (Lake of Dragons) on the west, the [[Moonsea]] on the north, the [[Alamber Sea]] on the east and the [[ …

  • Dragonjaw Mountains

    The Dragonjaw Mountains are mountains in [[Thesk]] inhabited by gnomes and copper dragons. The gnomes are frequest visitors to the human city of [[Milvarune]] where they trade their crafts. The dragons are known to enter annual joke-telling competitions …

  • Mulptan

    Mulptan is a metropolis with 39,390 inhabitants. It is the biggest city of [[Rashemen]] and it's northern trading gateway to the outside world. A great field outside town is crowded with traders from many lands. The two primary noble families, the [[ …

  • Thasunta

    A small village along the [[Golden Way]]. It was destroyed by the [[Tuigan Horde]] in 1368 DR. Most people fled to [[Tinnir]] and only few came back to resettle next to the ruins. It is said the ruins themselves are haunted and people are guided by sign …

  • Tinnir

    Tinnir is a large village with around 6,800 inhabitants. Many of the inhabitants have come in 1368 DR when the [[Tuigan Horde]] destroyed [[Thasunta]] and since then a lot of new houses have been built and the city wall is still being expanded. Trade has …

  • Urling

    Urling is a small Town with 2,422 inhabitants. Most inhabitants of Urling are witches that actively participate in the annual and monthly rituals (like the Full Moon Ritual or Summer Solstice). Other than that there are a few shopkeepers and tradesman to …

  • Brightwater Rocks

    The Brightwater Rocks lie northeast of [[Immilmar]]. They are not as high as most mountains ranges in [[Rashemen]] and are pretty vertile. They are inhabited from ancient times by the [[Brightvolk]] tribe, barbarians that inhabited the rocks and protected …

  • Iron Keep

    The Iron Keep is the common name for the citadel from which the [[Iron Lord]] rules the country. It stands in the middle of [[Immilmar]] and was originally built with help of the [[Witches of Rashemen]] in -55 DR, 20 years after the first [[Iron Lord]] …

  • Thaymount

    Thaymount is the central part of [[Thay]] and the home to [[:szass-tam]], the lich necromancer and leader of [[Thay]]. It is ruled by Tharchion [[Pyras Autorian]].