Ah, Celdine, such an exciting city. You can find anything – and I mean anything. Oh the heroes to come from there, so numerous. I once had the pleasure of cataloging an adventure of the great dragon slayer, Sernonaius. He called this city home, which few ever do. More often they die too quickly or would rather call the road their home, but not Sernonaius. Honestly though, where else can you find a smith that only works with dragon’s scale?
Celdine rightfully has earned the title “City of Adventure.” Guilds line the streets of all sorts, only matched in number by the artisan’s and smiths. By far more numerous are the inns and taverns to house those that would find their fortunes in this city. Crafts of any sort can be found here, from simple rope to wonderfully crafted weapons and armor, even some that bear enchantment. The Twinspire, a pair of mage towers that have long melded together above the streets of Celdine, can be found watching over the city’s central district, where the elite gather to trade or seek accomplished guilds. It should be noted that Celdine is the only city that officially recognizes the monstrous demographic of goblins, orcs, kobolds, and the like that have sought out (and now thrive in) civilization. Those that fall short of fortune find homes in the underbelly, with their wicked minds and unique talents providing advantage over the average street thug.