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  • Sandpoint

    Built on the shores of a natural harbour nestled among the cliffs some 50 miles northeast of [[Magnimar]], Sandpoint is the largest town on [[varisia | Varisia's]] [[Lost Coast]]. h4. The Founding of Sandpoint In 4665 A.R. four powerful families …

  • Sandpoint Cathedral

    Easily the largest building in Sandpoint, this impressive cathedral is also the town’s newest structure. Built over the foundations of the previous chapel, Sandpoint Cathedral is not dedicated to the worship of a single deity. Rather, it gathers under …

  • Sandpoint Boneyard

    Set in the shadow of the Sandpoint Cathedral and accessible via a gate to the north or from several doors leading into the cathedral itself, this expansive cemetery overlooks the Turandarok River. Stone vaults owned by affluent members of the town …

  • Sandpoint Garrison

    This stone fortress serves double duty as Sandpoint’s militia barracks and its jail. The jail itself is located in an underground wing, while the above-ground portion houses the town’s guard. Sandpoint’s town guard consists of a dozen full-time …

  • Sandpoint Town Hall

    The majority of the ground floor of this two-story building consists of a meeting hall large enough to seat most of Sandpoint’s adults, and the upper floor contains offices and storerooms, while a vault in the basement below has been functioning as the …

  • Sandpoint Glassworks

    One of the oldest industries in Sandpoint, the Glassworks has been owned by the [[Kaijitsu family]] from the town’s inception. The glassworking trade has been in the family for generations, and many of their techniques (perfected in distant [[Minkai]]) …

  • Turandarok Academy

    Part school, part orphanage, retired adventurer [[Ilsoari Gandethus]] is the headmaster of this academy where the education of Sandpoint’s children is conducted (or at the very least, they are kept busy to prevent them from becoming delinquents).

  • The Rusty Dragon

    This large structure is Sandpoint’s oldest inn, notable for the impressive (and quite rusty) iron dragon that looms on the building’s roof, doubling as a lightning rod and decoration. Owned and operated for the past six years by the lovely and popular …

  • The White Deer

    A pair of carved wooden life-sized deer stand astride the entrance to this sizable tavern and inn. The White Deer commands an impressive view of the Varisian Gulf to the north. The building is new, recently rebuilt after the previous inn at this …

  • The Hagfish

    One of Sandpoint’s most popular taverns, especially among fishermen and gamblers, the Hagfish is also Sandpoint’s best bet for a good old-fashioned seafood meal. Owned by a gregarious one-legged man named [[Jargie Quinn]], the Hagfish gets its name …

  • House of Blue Stones

    This long stone building is primarily a single large chamber, the floor decorated with polished blue stones set within winding pathways of reed mats. This structure was built by a wandering monk named Enderaki Sorn. The monastery is now tended by …

  • Sandpoint Lumber Mill

    This long building was one of the first to be built when Sandpoint was founded. Owned by the industrious [[Scarnetti family]], daily operation of the mill has recently been left more and more to a penny-pinching businessman named [[Banny Harker]] and …

  • General Store

    Owned and operated by [[Ven Vinder]] and his familiy, Sandpoint’s oldest and best-stocked general store has a little bit of everything—farm equipment, weapons, tack, tools, furniture, food, and even homemade pies by Ven’s wife [[Solsta Vinder | Solsta …

  • Sandpoint Shipyard

    The southern facade of this long building is open to Sandpoint Harbor, allowing its small army of shipwrights, ropemakers, and sailmakers to work their trade in one of four drydocks right on the shore. The shipyard is owned by the Valdemar family, with …

  • Scarnetti Mill

    As with the [[Sandpoint Lumber Mill]], this building is owned by the [[Scarnetti family | Scarnettis]]. All of the flour and grain produced here is supplied by local farmers. The manager of this mill is the constantly sneezing [[Courrin Whesterwill …

  • The Old Light

    The Old Light is perhaps the most prominent landmark of the town of [[Sandpoint]], though much of the structure has crumbled over the ages. It is believed to have been an old lighthouse of [[Thassilonian]] design, yet the sage [[Brodert Quink]] has a …

  • Sandpoint History

    The Founding of Sandpoint

    In 4665 A.R. four powerful families from [[Magnimar]] formed the [[Sandpoint Mercantile League]] and sailed north from the city intending to claim the area for the establishment of a new settlement. When they …

  • Fatman's Feedbag

    If [[the Hagfish]] is Sandpoint’s most popular tavern, Fatman’s Feedbag, owned and operated by an enormous man named [[Gressel Tenniwar]], is its most notorious. Bar fights are common, and Sheriff [[Belor Hemlock]] typically has to come down here two …

  • Two Knight Brewery

    While Sandpoint’s taverns serve a wide variety of spirits, they all proudly serve the mead, ale, and rum brewed here at the Two Knight Brewery. Established almost 40 years ago by two brothers just after Sandpoint was founded, their expertise at brewing …

  • Valdemar Fishmarket

    Like the [[Grocer’s Guild]] across the market, the facade of this long building is open to the air. Here, locals can shop among the day’s catch, picking out cod, salmon, tuna, shellfish, and even the odd octopus for the evening’s meal. [[Turch Sterglus …

  • Rovanky Tannery

    Situated at the edge of town, [[Larz Rovanky]] runs Sandpoint’s tannery with ruthless efficiency. He expects perfection from his workers and his products, and as a result his leather and fur goods are of high quality.

  • Ameiko Kaijitsu

    Eldest daughter of Lonjiku Kaijitsu (and half sister to Tsuto), Ameiko was born and raised in Sandpoint but left to pursue an adventuring career. Ameiko returned to Sandpoint rich and successful in AR 4702, bought and renovated

    Shalelu Andosana

    Shalelu passes through Sandpoint once or twice each season to buy supplies and never remains in town for more than a few days. During her visits, she often meets with Sheriff Belor Hemlock and Mayor Kendra Deverin to keep them up to date with the state …