Nestled in a mountain pass between Euri and Durvia, the city of Set’s Watch plays an important role in the history of Nillin without even considering its role in modern trade. With its zeal for building and an innate passion of public works, Set’s Watch boasts more than one of Ocrary’s most intriguing achievements in architecture and design. Foremost among them, the Ellethine Crypts.
As I now write this, I have already dispatched a small sailing vessel, The Wind's Friend, to look into the abnormalities that have been sighted. Alongside this, I have requested the immediate transportation of an Imperial Historian, and a ranking Druid from Greyspear. They are to be expected in the next few tenday.
The Grey Withers. Soulwasting. Gate-plague. Ek'grat. Magesickness. Loviatar's Opus.
No matter the name, it is spoken in fear and hate throughout the Sisters of Tempest. The disease which has felled a hundred kingdoms, a thousand cities, and at times, saved us all.
Due south of the Northern Athalan Empire and southeast of Durvia, nestled high in the Rackamack Mountains, you’ll find one of Nillin’s oldest cities and most unexpected trading hubs. Overlooking the Bay of Set to the west, and Southern Ocrary to the East, Set’s Watch serves as a critical distribution point for trade throughout Nillin, while serving as a picturesque home to its diverse denizens.
According to Gnomish lore, their people came to Nillin early in The Awakening Era, arriving from their home, Behrdoo, which had been, rather fantastically, overrun by mimics. The known gates to Behrdoo have now been sealed for centuries, but that’s a story for another day.