Population: 1,350; another 900 or so live in the countryside within a few miles of the town. The people of Fallcrest are mostly humans, halflings, and dwarves. No dragonborn or eladrin are permanent residents, but travelers of all races pass through on occasion.
Government: The human noble Lord Jacques (62, hereditary lord) has ruled over Redwall for fifty years. His family have held court over Redwall’s lands since the fall of the Nerathian empire. Objections to his rules have been met quickly and decisively by shows of force. Fair ruler whose primary interest is maintaining the status quo. He is in charge of the town’s justice, defense, and laws. The Lord Warden appoints a town council to look after routine commerce and public projects.
Defense: The Redwall Guard numbers fifty warriors, who also serve as constables. Moonstone Keep is their barracks. The Lord Warden can call up 350 militia at need.
Inns: Nentir Inn; Silver Unicorn. The Silver Unicorn is pricier and offers better service; the Nentir Inn sees a more interesting clientele.
Taverns: Blue Moon Alehouse; Lucky Gnome Taphouse; Nentir Inn taproom.
Supplies: Halfmoon Trading House; Sandercot Provisioners.
Temples: Temple of Erathis; Moonsong Temple (Sehanine); House of the Sun (Pelor).
Named after the red walls built as the town’s primary defenses. Four concentric rings surround sections of the city, with the tallest walls surrounding Jacques’ keep. Each ring marks a new district. The two outer rings are built of red adobo formed from the local clay, while the rings surrounding the inner circle and the keep are a dark red brick, several feet thick. The outer districts have been razed and rebuilt several times over the years, but the inner keep has stood firm for as long as anyone can remember.
Outer ring: Market area. Most low-end shops and market stalls are found here. Majority of city’s trade takes place in the outer ring. Most shopkeepers and craftsmen live above their shops. Flophouses and communal housing found here.
Peoples’ Ring: Most citizens live here. Divided into quarters. Nobles quarter is heavily guarded and access is restricted.
Population: 200; another 700 or so live in the countryside within a few miles of the town. The people of Winterhaven are mostly humans, with a few dwarf families. Most of the local farms are located southwest of the village.
Government: Lord Ernest Padraig (hereditary lord) is descended from the noble family that has ruled the area under edict of the old empire. The locals were happy with Lord Padraig’s father’s authority and they have found answering to the rules of the new lord no more arduous.
Defense: The Winterhaven Regulars are a group of ten soldiers who perform guard and constable functions in and around the walled portion of the village. The Regulars always patrol in pairs. Padraig is their commander and can augment this force when necessary by mustering about fifty civilians within a day’s notice.
Inns: Wrafton’s Inn. Spacious inn and tavern serves as the public house for the region. Salvana Wrafton is owner and proprietor.
Supplies: Village smithy, Market Square (open once a week), Bairwin’s Grand Shoppe.
Temples: Temple serves several local deities, but primarily Avandra.