Silverthorn Setting & Symbolism

Raymond E. Feist
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The Abbey at Sarth

This is an abbey maintained by a religious order. Previously it was a well-guarded fortress for a robber baron. When the baron became lax, the villagers managed to relieve him of his fortress. Under the keep is a warren of storage areas in which many thousand books are stored, cataloged, and protected. The priests are strong in the magic of Ishap, the most powerful god of all.

Krondor

This is the capital city of the Western Lands. This is the area which Arutha has responsibility over. He and Princess Anita are married here. They plan to spend their lives in this city.

House of Willows

The House of Willows is a well-to-do brothel, frequented by the wealthy and courtiers of the castle. In the basement, Nighthawks make plans and take evil oaths. It was here that Arutha and his soldiers found and obliterated the...

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