In The Beginning
Danmoor is a walled city in the upper east side of the Kingdom, two days travel from the nearest trading hub and just below the foothills of the Konona Mountain Range. The city is reached by a dirt road that comes from the southwest, and gets fresh water from the Clark river that originates in the mountains. Danmoor is known for its art glass, which is unparalleled in beauty and despite its high price can be found in not only the palace of the King but throughout the Kingdom in wealthy households and institutions. Other industries there focus only on the immediately local region, including farms, livestock, metalworking, woodworking, and the like.
Behind the thick stone walls that protect the city, you’ll find that the business district takes up most of the area immediately around the entrances, of which there are three. The southern entrance is the entrance that is used by those arriving in town from abroad, and as such has a more ornamented doorway than elsewhere. It is equipped with a portcullis and heavy wooden doors designed to withstand sieges. The lane just within the entrance is packed with merchants and visitors from abroad during the early spring and winter solstice, selling and trading otherwise exotic goods for the region.