Chaos Scar in the Nentir Vale
Referred to as Harken by the locals, this village is the largest settlement in Harkenwold.
- The Silver Nail. This respectable tavern is often plays host to the garrison as a favored off-hours drinking spot.
- Stockmer Keep. The castle of Baron Jonn Stockmer.
- Cliffside Brewery. The three Ironbeards — brothers Omurk and Dannurk, and Dannurk’s notoriously short-tempered wife Dathilda — run this fine brewery.
- Old Kellar’s House. An elder of Harken, Kellar is an ancient dwarf who worked as a master stonecutter and mason for a century.
- Grimbold’s House. Grimbold and his family are shifters. They keep to themselves, making a living as woodcutters and trappers. Grimbold knows the woodlands around Harken quite well.
- Tower of Green Flame. A mysterious crystal spire rising above the town, this tower is thought to be the residence of an ancient archmage who long ago departed the world to explore other planes.
- Harkenwold Trading Station. The major mercantile outlet in Harken, the Trading Station is owned by a stout, oily little man named Rennis.
- House of Faith. A large temple built by an adventuring cleric of yore, the House of Faith has seen better days. Shrines dedicated to Pelor, Moradin, Erathis, and Sehanine stand inside.
- Nonnie’s Place. The doughty halfling Nonnie Farwhere runs a small inn with a kitchen and common room. “Aunt Nonnie” is something of a gossip and a busybody.