Place we’ve been, in rough chronological order.
Tavern on Rainrun Street × Cook Street in the Castle Ward
Run by Durnan.
Old Xoblob Shop
Trinkets Shop on Fillet Lane × Zastrow Street in the Dock Ward
Tavern on Snail Street × Fillet Lane in the Dock Ward
Warehouse on Candle Lane in the Dock Ward
A vast network of connected tunnels built to carry waste and water throughout the city; although, one might find the pathways more useful than just that.
on Saerdoun Street × Delzorin Street in the North Ward
The Adventurers’ stomping grounds.
Steam and Steel
Book Wyrm’s Treasure
Tavern on Ship Street × Cod Lane in the Dock Ward
Favourite watering hole of Dungsweepers, Sailors, and Steve alike.
on Swords Street in the Castle Ward
Home to Blackstaff Academy and immense magical power and secrets. Made from smooth, blackened stone, it appears to be a three-storey tower, but the inside belies its dozens of levels and twisting stairwells. Operated by Vajra Safahr, the current Blackstaff.
in the Castle Ward
A rough and rocky mountain which overlooks the city, sprawling some 210 metres above the sea below. Home to Hlam.
The Hawk Man
Statue in the Castle Ward
Bears a resemblance to a winged, hawk-headed being some call an Aarakocra. Ringing a bell at its base tells a door guard lowers a rope ladder for rich tenants who live in its hollowed core.
House of Inspired Hands
Temple on Seawatch Street × Shark Street in the Sea Ward
Waterdeep's temple to the God and Lord of all Smiths, Gond.
on Saerdoun Street × Pony Way in the North Ward
The Gralhund family's large and enclosed mansion.
- Yawning Portal
- Old Xoblob Shop
- Skewered Dragon
- Abandoned Warehouse
- Trollskull Alley
- Muleskull Tavern
- Blackstaff Tower
- Mount Waterdeep
- The Hawk Man
- House of Inspired Hands
- Gralhund Villa
- Trollskull Manor
- The Bent Nail
- Steam and Steel
- Corellon’s Crown
- Tiger’s Eye
- Book Wyrm’s Treasure
- Sewer Entrace