Phandalin was raided by orcs of Uruth Ukrypt in 951 DR and was abandoned. Recently, after the destruction in Neverwinter, settlers have begun to re-inhabit Phandalin as a base to look for wealth in the Sword Mountains.


Phandalin has three good pure wells, thus making it a good site for exploring the rich Sword Mountains. Orcs and things more deadly lie in the hills, but so do rich mines and ancient artifacts.

Phandalin lies at the western end of the decayed and ruined Triboar Trail, connecting the high road, with the town of Triboar. Conyberry lies along this trail.

Places of Interest

  • Stonehill Inn – A modest inn that was run by a short, friendly young human male named Toblen Stonehill. Toblen came from the east of the Triboar, seeking the opportunity in prospecting like many others. He soon found that he knew more about running an inn than mining, and so he established the inn.
    • Toblen is the father of Pip Stonehill, and married to Trilena Stonehill.
  • Barthen’s Provisions – The biggest trading post in Phandalin, that stayed open from sunup to sundown. It was run by a lean and balding human male of fifty years with a kindly manner named Elmar Barthen.
  • Edermath Orchard – A orchard field with a simple cottage of a silver-haired moon named Daran Edermath.
  • Lionshield Coster – A weapons and armor supplier owned by the merchant company, Lionshields. The master of this post was a sharp-tongued human woman of thirty-five named Linene Graywind.
  • Phandalin Miner’s Exchange – A trading post where miners have their finds weighed and paid out. The townsmaster’s records were kept here in response of no local lord. The exchange was run by an ambitious and calculating human woman named Halia Thornton.
  • Alderleaf Farm – A simple farm that was run by a wise female halfling of forty-five named Qelline Alderleaf. She was long time friends with the druid, Reidoth.
  • Shrine of Luck – A small shrine made of stone from the ruins and is Phandalin’s only temple, dedicated to Tymora. It was in the care of a zealous young elf Sister Garaele.
  • The Sleeping Giant – A rundown, dirty, and dangerous watering hole. It was known for being frequented by the bandit group, Redbrands. It is operated by a surly female dwarf named Grista.
  • Townmaster’s Hall – A small buiding that worked as the towns council building. It also housed a small, but serviceable jail in the cellar. It was run by the townsmaster, Harbin Wester.
  • Tresendar Manor – More of a castle than a manor, it was an ancient building that was abandoned after the orc raids in 951 DR. The cellars have been turned into the hideout of the Redbrands. The cellars were once served as a safe haven when the estate was attacked. It also served as a resting place for the deceased member of the Tresendar Family.


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