Phandalin is a human village located southeast of Neverwinter, located along the Triboar Trail.

It was raided by orcs in 951 DR and subsequently abandoned, and much of it’s history lost from the raids, with the only structure still standing being Tresendar ManorPhandalin.jpg

Sometime in the 1400s DR, settlers from Neverwinter and Waterdeep resettled the location. Phandalin has become a frontier for prospectors who will either search for minerals in the surrounding caves and abandoned mines or go panning for gold in the nearby streams and rivers.

Points of Interest

Barthen’s Provisions
With selves stocked with most normal goods and supplies, especially geared towards prospectors, Barthen’s provisions is the largest business in Phandalin. Barthel’s is owned and operated by Elmar Barthen, with his two assistants Ander and Thistle.

Edermath Orchard
Local Orchard and primary supplier of fruits for the town. Not yet discovered

Lionshield Coster
This building is owned by the Lionshields, a merchant company based in the city of Yartar, located over a hundred miles to the east. They intake and ship goods to the various settlements around Phandalin, and to and from the cities of Waterdeep and Neverwinter.

Phandalin Miner’s Exchange
This building is where the prospectors will bring their haul for the day and trade it in for actual currency. Not yet discovered

Shrine of Luck
This temple to Tymora (the goddess of Luck and fortune) looks like it may fall down at any moment. There are a few benches for those who come to pray, and a shrine for those who wish to make offerings. It is under the care of an elven acolyte by the name of Sister Garaele

Stonehill Inn
This large, newly built roadhouse of fieldstone and rough-hewn timbers is the central meeting point of the residences of Phandalin. With six modest rooms for rent with reasonable cost for lodging, and fair prices on mead, ale, cider, and wine – it’s no wonder that Toblen Stonehill has made this place as successful as he has in such a short time.

Alderleaf Farm
This farm provides the town with most of the vegetables that they need to survive. Corn and Potatoes are two of the most common crops. It is run by Tyne and Qelline Alderleaf, along with their two children Carp and Caitlyn. Recently Tyne had been injured by the local bandits.

The Sleeping Giant
The towns dive bar. The owner, Gristo, has allowed the local bandit group, the Redbrands to frequent his bar in fear of his life and that of his children. He has recently left town with his kids when a group of adventures used his bar as the battlegrounds with the Redbrands.

Townmaster’s Hall
While Phandalin does not have a formal government, every few years the town elects a new town master who becomes the voice for the town in matters with other towns and overall acts as mediation when disputes arise. The current town master is Harbin Wester Not yet discovered

The smithy is run by a jolly human by the name of Balor. While not a weapon smith or armorer, he can make your typical iron goods at a fair price.

Thel Dendrar, a half elf woodworker, owns this shop. He is known for his bowyer skills, though he often will provide materials for miners who are looking to support tunnels they are working in.

Tresendar Manor
More of a castle than a house, the manor is all that remains from the previous settlement of Phandalin. The townsfolk are afraid of the manor, as it is believed to be haunted. It has also recently been discovered to be the hideout for the Redbrand Ruffians. Not Yet Discovered


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