Before the wars, Crockport was a prosperous town of 9,000 souls. During the wars, Crockport fell to the forces of Iuz, and it was not until the conclusion of the Great Northern Crusade that it was restored to the light. In 588 CY, the Battle of Grabford provided Furyondy with a crucial victory that allowed it to encircle Crockport, the base of Iuz’s operations in the occupied lands. When the city finally fell, it was the site of uncontrolled chaos and slaughter of the occupying forces. Many fell victim to emotion in its recapture, and few good men remember the event with any degree of pride.

Locations within Crockport:

Today, Crockport is in ruins. The city suffered tremendous losses during the war, and even more when it was retaken. True to the character of Furyondy, the common folk refuse to surrender and have begun anew, gradually rebuilding the city. Now, only a few simple buildings are habitable including a small garrison of troops, an inn, and a small marketplace. There are rumors floating around that King Belvor has secretly visited the once-great city, and that he has grand new plans for reconstructing Crockport… perhaps even planning on another military offensive to be launched from the city.

The nearby island of Rockegg is a dangerous place. It seems that several vile things took residence there during Iuz’s reign, and there has yet to be any real effort made to clear it of them. During the last low autumn tide, one of the creatures, a mad owlbear, even made its way across to the shore. Anyone willing to clear the island may earn a few sheafs, as well as some reputation within the region.

Roger Bert, Allan Fawcett, Brian Hudson, and Michelle Sharp. Living Greyhawk Furyondy Gazetteer v2.1,, Aug. 2002

Barony of Kalinstren
The Furyondian Borderlands


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