Riverheim

Headquarters and Holding of the Three Rivers of Freedom

DESCRIPTION

  • Name: Riverheim
  • Scale: 5
  • Guests:20 Maximum
  • Upgrades:
    • Throne Room
    • Vault
    • Stables
    • Level 2 Fortifications (Athletics, Resolve, Prestidigitation DC18)
  • Reputation Cost: 53
  • Location: Whitestone

DESCRIPTION

  • Name: Laereth’s Workshop
  • Scale: 1
  • Guests: 2 Maximum, 1 Current
  • Upgrades:
    • Carving Workshop
  • Reputation Cost: 12

DESCRIPTION

  • Name: Shineloch
  • Scale: 6
  • Guests: 30 Maximum
  • Reputation Cost: 30

DETAILS

The lands awarded to Janus of Issau for saving the village of Whitestone have come to be filled with a large manor and a surrounding buildings. Formally known as the “Shineloch Estate”, the lands have come to be known as “Riverheim” by both Janus and the locals of Whitestone. Currently a two-story manor with two small outer buildings, Riverheim has a number of helpful functions for the Three Rivers of Freedom. First and foremost being a home where they can rest their weary feet and use some of the silver and riches that Sunchasers tend to accomodate. The manor includes a number of useful accommodations; a massive Throne Room with beautifully carved thrones that can be used to impress people needing work, a training room for sparring, an office for Terwyn, and a massive Vault in a hidden basement that is used to store all of the groups valuable possessions. Outside of the main manor is a large workshop where Wood and Stone (including jewels) can be carved and cut into shape with a staggering amount of tools and ample room to work. Nearby this building is a small home commissioned for Laereth Elmseer, the first permanent visitor of the manor.

Riverheim

Sunchasers Rivers of Freedom Takeru