|Population|| 60,000 in 1479 DR|
56,514 in 1372 DR
Lord High Governor
|Ruler||Thamalon Uskevren II|
|Inhabitants of Selgaunt|
|Locations in Selgaunt|
|Organizations in Selgaunt|
- Foreign District
- Area dominated by taverns frequented by merchants and adventurers and warehouses; well patrolled by the Scepters.
Taverns and innsEdit
- Silver Lion
- Deep in the Foreign District, in the intersection of Veset Street and Colls Way; infamous by the beef stew, it is mostly frequented by merchants, drovers and caravan guards.
Temples and shrinesEdit
- Selgaunt had the largest Sharran temple in Sembia, a symbol of the rule of the Netherese overlords.
As of 1372 DR, Selgaunt was the wealthiest of Sembian cities and was ruled by merchant families.
The city guard were called Scepters.
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