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tojanow Gate



The Stojanow River received its current name from a dwarven word meaning "trade route", for it was down this passage the ore-laden barges floated to the south and the Moonsea. The river enters its delta branching off into two separate channels that separate Valjevo Island and the mainland. The Stojanow Gate was built to defend the city from potential attacks coming down the river, as well as to serve as the entrance for the rulers of Phlan and their visitors during the reign of the Valjevo dynasty. The district was organized around Valjevo Castle, the site from where the Valjevos ruled the city for centuries. 


Today, after centuries of being in ruin, Valjevo Castle and the surrounding District is being returned to its former glory by the reinstituted monarchy and its supporters. Prince Sellent Aventus-Valjevo is rebuilding the castle of his ancestors and most noble houses and some wealthy merchants are vying for the privilege of having manors and houses built in its vicinity.

It is said that possibly within the palace's hidden depths lies the holy grail for any keen adventurers: one of the rumored locations of the mythical Pool of Radiance. This Pool, first discovered by the elves according to the legends, is considered an outright myth by the most learned sages. Indeed, its location and description as well as its alleged powers change wildly depending on the source. Many have claimed to have found it but none of them have been able to lead others back to it. All of this does nothing to diminish its appeal for those who crave the greatest glory of being the ones to finally reveal the Pool to all of Faerun... or to keep it for themselves.