Silverwyn

Founded on a great lode of silver, gold and copper, Silverwyn flourished for centuries. Its capital Argentgate was constructed of the finest marble, with wide promenades and great public squares. But now Silverwyn’s wealth is gone, its mines tapped out. Silverwyn had always bought most of its food and goods, while its citizens mined and shipped precious metals. Now, Silverwyn’s poor farm techniques produce low yield and periodic crop failures, leading to starvation, disease and mass emigration. High unemployment and abandoned buildings now characterize Argentgate and the two secondary ports Winstow and Hartborough.

The country’s border with Hawkschester consists largely of the Wyverncrest, and its border with Lanverness is protected by the Keystone Range. The county’s other major topological feature is the Wolfswold Mountains, on the southern peninsula between Hartborough and Winstow.

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Silverwyn

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