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===Dusken Glade Cell Traits===
===Dusken Glade Cell Traits===
<div style="text-align: center; font-size: 125%">[[Harper_Cell#Connections|Connections]] 1 • [[Harper_Cell#Watchers|Watchers]] 1 • [[Harper_Cell#Allies|Allies]] 1 • [[Harper_Cell#Security|Security]] 0</div><br><br><hr />
<div style="text-align: center; font-size: 125%">[[Harper_Cell#Connections|Connections]] 1 • [[Harper_Cell#Watchers|Watchers]] 2 • [[Harper_Cell#Allies|Allies]] 1 • [[Harper_Cell#Security|Security]] 0</div><br><br><hr />
* '''[[Harpers Faction]]:''' Information on the Harpers as an organization
* '''[[Harpers Faction]]:''' Information on the Harpers as an organization
* '''[[Harper Cell]]:''' Mechanics for Harper Cells
* '''[[Harper Cell]]:''' Mechanics for Harper Cells

Revision as of 05:16, 6 April 2019

The Gem of the North
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A Dungeons & Dragons 5e Campaign in the Forgotten Realms
Year of the Scarlet Witch (DR 1491)

In the middle of the Trades Ward sit the Dusken Glade Inn - an inn of no particular note. Traders, travelers, and all sorts of folk stop in here. It's a good place for locals and strangers alike to bend an elbow and an ear at the same time, and the staff here are helpful and unobtrusive.

And all of that is just how the Harpers like it.

The Dusken Glade is a Harper sanctuary and safehouse, the headquarters for a small cell of its agents who are ready and able to provide aid to their fellows, to keep an eye and ear out for useful information for Those That Harp, and to possibly make some kind of difference in the world. This is the story of the Dusken Glade's resident team.

Player Characters

Group Milestones


Dusken Glade Cell Traits

Connections 1 • Watchers 2 • Allies 1 • Security 0

Campaign Information

Non-Player Characters


  • House De'spri: A house of herbalists, with interests in agriculture, greenhouses, apothecary goods, and alchemy.
  • House Melshimber: A house of trend-setters, with interests in sage-lore, research and information-gathering, secrets, and fine wines.
  • The Popinjays: A clique of young, fashionable noblemen, all denizens of Twilight Vaeteru, who frequently conspire to throw sudden parties in unexpected places. "It's like a fireball, except with booze and music!"
  • The Woodfauns: A clique of young, woodwise nobles, all with druidic sensibilities (and even some druidic gifts). They champion a "natural lifestyle" and tend to regard the very urbane as hopelessly decadent.


  • The Griffins: A gang of hustlers, con artists, bookies, and illegal gambling den operators.


  • The Promenade-in-Exile: The small gathering of Eililstran drow originally from the Promenade of Eilistraee in Skullport, but long since driven out by the Spellplague and its aftermath, and eager to find themselves a new home and temple.


Waterdeep Locations

North Ward

Sea Ward

Trades Ward


Language & Writing

Other Lore