Mordent (Pronounced: MOR-dent)

Geography[edit | edit source]

Mordent is dotted with small villages. Waterford is mentioned by John Mangrum in his adventure 'The Man Who Lost His Mind'. Crawford is a village derived from the Dungeon adventure 'The Unkindness of Ravens', by Jason Kuhl. Glenwich is a take on the English Dunwich (a real village on a sandcliff that threatens to be swallowed by the sea). The last site also is the location of Preston Hill, which is featured in Childeren of the Night:Ghosts. We also supplied a few river names. The 'Volfen' is the river that originates in what was previously Arkendale, while the 'Newbury River' flows out of Richemulot.

History[edit | edit source]

In 579 BC, the domain of Mordent manifested into existence.

Appendix[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

Andrew Cermak, John W. Mangrum, Andrew Wyatt (October 15, 2001). Ravenloft Campaign Setting. (White Wolf Publishing), pp. 17, 129-130. ISBN 1-5884-6075-4.

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