Sitting at the mouth of the Trollwash where it meets the Mittviken Sea, Trollhaven is a modest trading center. Goods transition from river craft to sea vessels and caravans bound for Frankanien, Romsala, Isthmia, and Gnomia. Foreign traders from distant lands are also known to call to port in Trollhaven.
Known for its Mercenary companies, diverse population, and trading relations with the Dwarves. Trollhaven is one of the few Northern cities where one can see Elf, Dwarf, Gnome, and Half-Orc in large numbers. The only thing that keeps Trollhaven from growing into a larger city is the ever present threat from the Trollskogen forest and the wild roads to the East.
~3000 – Human (75%); Gnome (10%); Dwarf (8%); Elf (3%); Other (4%)
Stone walls with three gates. Buildings are mostly made of wood, with more than a few well crafted stone buildings dotting the city.
As a crossroads trading town it is well known for its lively open markets, merchants, and dock areas. Also, because of the various military duties necessary to do overland and and water trade Trollhaven has a teeming Mercenary population.
Travel around Trollhaven even just a few miles from the town can be fraught with danger. Abandoned keeps, ghost villages, and old Elven and Dwarven strongholds can be found within a days march of Trollhaven.
BARON PAVEL DOTSK
The three Mercenary Companies that call Trollhaven home are summoned in time of defense, but a small force of 50 guards responsible for keeping the peace (mostly retired mercenaries) report directly to the Jarl.
Mercenaries, trade goods, textiles
Fish, Dwarven Arms/Armor, protection