Mithraeum of the Tempest
This towering Mithraeum was constructed to honor the radiant dragon god Niteless, Speaker of Storms. He visits often, conferring with the temple priests in the guise of a withered old human man. He is also often seen standing on the south shore of this little island, next to the statue of himself, staring out over the endless waves.
While Ilysus Satlfen is the headman of Fernmire, the priests known as the Keepers of the Gale truly run the village.
Lathman cultivates and gathers all sorts of herbs that grow in this wet climate. His shop has jars upon jar of dried mushrooms, powders, and teas.
The thin elf is quite knowledgeable, though sometimes hard to communicate with. He partakes in strange sedatives often and stares out over his counter with glassy eyes, as if he’s seeing things that aren’t there.
Saltfen Manor is the home of Ilysus Saltfen and is as close to an administrative building as one might find in Fernmire. Ilysus rules over the village with all the skills of a mediocre merchant, often gauging the success of his rulings by if they turned a profit.
He makes every effort to put on a show of his power, though in truth he answers to The Keepers of the Gale.
Oldtown lays behind a locked wrought iron wall. Travel into this area is forbidden. Outsiders are informed simply that it is sacred ground and not to be disturbed. The locals do venture into Oldtown when someone dies, as that is where the crypts are located.
Fernmire proper does not have an inn. They make very little effort to accommodate travelers. The only inn exists at the foot of Greyhill, outside of the village limits.
Silywyn’s Rest is ran by Tasla Griendor, a grey cloaked wood elf who has extensively traveled the Sylvan Kingdom. It is a simple inn with simple furnishings. Tasla follows suit, wearing drab clothing under the grey cloak. The fire is always lit in the hearth and the food is always hearty, however.
Greyhill exists outside of Fernmire proper, being only as large as four house and an inn. The elves in Greyhill worship the Astar Uln as opposed to the Radiant Dragon Gods. As such, they are shunned from the village proper. Folks of Fernmire are known to spit as those from Greyhill walk past.
Eastwatch is always guarded by four elves, two in each tower. They question any and all visitors as to what their business is and urge them to attend to it quickly. They rarely keep anyone out, but they do make it a point to make them feel unwelcome.
Northwatch is always guarded by four elves, two in each tower. They question any and all visitors as to what their business is and urge them to attend to it quickly. They rarely keep anyone out, but they do make it a point to make them feel unwelcome.