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alhingen Graveyard

This huge cemetery is located north of the city, just across the Stojanow river. The historical cemetery of Phlan from its bygone glory days up till the present, there were reportedly hundreds of thousands interred here during the centuries. This gloomy place was haunted by a vampire and a plethora of undead creatures for many years. Even though the vampire himself was destroyed a long time ago, many insist that new, more terrible undead have since taken up residence in the graveyard. Few dare to go into the graveyard and even fewer stay long enough to confirm or dispel those claims.

In recent years, the Waiting's paladins instituted regular patrols into the area, and those are now run through the graveyard during the daytime so burials could resume at least in part of the cemetery.  On several occassions the patrols reported seeing not only undead, but goblins in and around Valhingen, so adventurers are usually cautioned visiting here. The Kelemvorite church and their affiliates, the Victory Brothers' funeral home control burial duties in the areas reserved for recent use near the gate.

Citizens who are unfortunate enough to be walking past Valhingen at dusk usually keep an uneasy eye on the northwest section of the burial grounds. Even though they cannot always see it, they feel tremendous evil there still. Adventurers are always welcome to explore it at their own risk.