Population: 4,200; another 1,000 live within a five-mile radius of the town itself. The people of Brindol are mostly humans, half-elves, and dwarves. The town’s population swells by several hundred whenever a group of refugees arrives.
Government: A town has a council, one-third of whom are hereditary nobles of Cyre and the remainder of whom are landowners and notables from the city’s growing middle-class. Prince Oargev ir’ Wynarn is the mayor and King of the displaced Cyran people.
Defense: The city has 200 soldiers under arms at all times, with about one-quarter on duty at any given time. In times of crisis, the Prince Oargev has access to another 200 well-equipped but poorly trained soldiers by calling up the militia.
Inns: Chatrenn and Sons; The Red Door; Cyre Rising
Hostel; The Silk and Spoon; Pantashi Inn.
Taverns: Ilya’s Cardhouse; The Marooned Schooner; Cleftie’s; Brindol Gentleman’s Club; the Blue Parrot; the Antler and Thistle.
Major Guilds and Dragonmarked Houses: Prospectors; Blacksmiths and Smelters; Teamsters and Farriers; Weavers; House Shivis.
Supplies: Alchemy by Adronsius (currently closed); Gavriel Arms and Smithy; Staghunter Outfitters; Alpenglow Trading House.
Temples: Temple of Sovereign Host; Shrine of Silver Flame; Shrine of Old Cyre (Dol Arrah); Moondust Temple (Wardens of the Wood); Shrine of The Dark Six (no permanent clergy); Shrine of Arawai.