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Sarbreen, called the City of the Hammer, was a dwarven city built in 616 DR. For a short time in Faerûn's history, it was a great thriving city that shone for a brief moment as the richest of all dwarven holds.[1] Led by master crafters known as Master Masons—armorers, weaponsmiths, jewelers, miners, woodcarvers, glassblowers and others—Sarbreen flourished.

Sarbreen eventually fell to orcs and drow, and its treasures were either carried away or still remained in the ruins of the city, waiting for adventurers to find them. Later, a human city was built on top of the ruins, going by the name of Ravens Bluff. This new city's sewers were built into the ruins of Sarbreen, and the plucky were likely to find either mighty treasures or deadly perils if they went exploring them.[2]

LocationsEdit

  • Armory - Workshops of the dwarven armorers and weaponsmiths.[3]
  • Hall of Knowledge - Home to the city's sages. Deeper parts were said to be guarded by magical constructs.[4]
  • Market Hall - Marketplace with a large fountain in the center.[5]
  • Temple of the Soulforger - Temple of Moradin on the 5th level. Had pillars carved into the shape of dwarves and an anvil shaped altar.[6]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Richard Baker (December 2000). The City of Ravens. (Wizards of the Coast), p. 85. ISBN 0-7869-1401-7.
  2. Ed Greenwood (November 1998). The City of Ravens Bluff. (TSR, Inc), pp. 2–3, 8–10. ISBN 0-7869-1195-6.
  3. Richard Baker (July 3, 2012). Prince of Ravens, loc. Kindle 1164. Wizards of the Coast. ISBN B005UFN5SO.
  4. Richard Baker (July 3, 2012). Prince of Ravens, loc. Kindle 2602. Wizards of the Coast. ISBN B005UFN5SO.
  5. Richard Baker (July 3, 2012). Prince of Ravens, loc. Kindle 2550. Wizards of the Coast. ISBN B005UFN5SO.
  6. Richard Baker (July 3, 2012). Prince of Ravens, loc. Kindle 2141. Wizards of the Coast. ISBN B005UFN5SO.

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