Overview of Kelethin
Kelethin is the wood elf tree village, named after the elf that negotiated the treaty with the treants of the Greater Faydark who are now the elves’ greatest allies. The ancient forest city is an elaborate network of tree houses and platforms connected by rope bridges. Several lifts within the Greater Faydark offer transportation to Kelethin. Due to its height up in the trees, young elves should watch their step while traveling throughout the city until they learn their way around.
The wood elves maintain close ties to their High Elf brethren. Their city is frequently attacked by orcish raiders, though they are well able to defend themselves. The wood elves have a democratic form of government, rather than a monarchy like their cousins, and the mayor of Kelethin is an elected official.
Kelethin has a guildmaster for each class that is available to wood elves. Spell and tome merchants are also available for those classes. Here is a list of the main guildmasters:
Sylia Windlehands – (Bard)
Heartwood Master – (Druid)
Maesyn Trueshot – (Ranger)
Tylfon – (Rogue)
Regren – (Warrior)
Kelethin provides the basic necessities of adventuring: Bankers, a Soulbinder, a Tribute Master, Task Masters, augmentation needs, and merchants that sell backpacks, ale, bandages, food, drink, and fishing gear. You’ll also find a Priest of Discord, Tradeskill Quest Masters, tradeskill crafting objects, and supply merchants for Alchemy, pottery, fletching, tailoring, and blacksmithing.
Places of Interest
The Emerald Warriors are the warriors of Kelethin. It is from among their ranks that the city draws its guards.
Faydark’s Champions are the finest rangers this world has ever seen. They are often called upon to train rangers from around the globe. They hold a platform overlooking the Bank of Kelethin. Maesyn Trueshot, the guildmaster, is one of the greatest archers in the land, and son of famed bow-maker Eldin Trueshot.
This is the guild hall for the bards of Kelethin. It houses the guildmasters and offers songs, instruments, and other supplies for adventuring young bards.
Scouts of Tunare
The Scouts of Tunare are an elite group of Fier’Dal who trained in the ways of the thief to assist their army in matters best kept silent.
Soldiers of Tunare
The Soldiers of Tunare are lovers of the forest. They are mainly druids who protect and nurture the forest. The forest is the genesis of their mana. The soldiers are comprised of Fier’Dal and Koada’Dal. Imagine that! A Koada’Dal not afraid to get dirt under his nails!
This forge is owned by Bilrio Surecut. It offers weapons, armor and other smithing supplies.
Eldin Trueshot is an old, retired ranger is known throughout the forest as the best bow-maker in the land. He makes the finest quality bows, of all sorts, and the straightest, sharpest arrows. He has a great knowledge of the history of the woods and of Kelethin itself. Eldin works out of his home, which is a small thatch hut attached to a tree.
Merchants in this shop have several handmade goods for sale, like backpacks, quivers, and other containers.
This is the jewelry shop of Kelethin. Rare gems, metals and jewelcrafting supplies can be found here.
Bank of Kelethin
The Bank of Kelethin is a safe place to store your belongings.
This large tavern sells drinking supplies, Elven Wine and other types of ale.
Sleepy Willow Inn
This inn offers a quaint place to rest, basic food and drink, and general adventuring supplies.
Inside and outside this shop, merchants offer various fletching and pottery supplies.