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  • The Kite

    An engraved stone kite shield 18 feet tall hangs from the end of the centermost water pump, its curved surface directing the sigil of Kenabres defiantly towards the Worldwound. At the city end of the protective stone structure, a two-story stone keep …

  • Cathedral of Saint Clydwell

    In the heart of the central tier stands the Cathedral of Saint Clydwell. Also called the Grand Temple, the cathedral honors Saint Clydwell, a champion of lomedae who sacrificed himself to seal a horde of demons within an inescapable prison. The cathedral …

  • Temple of lomedae

    The Temple of lomedae is the largest temple in Kenabres except for the Cathedral of Saint Clydwell. Nestrin Alodae oversees the services at the temple, which include blessings, wedding ceremonies, and funeral services. Twice-weekly services call the …

  • Truestone Park

    The original Truestone Quarry once stood just south of the town of Kenabres, but after less than a year of operation, masons realized it was too close to the cliff's edge. A new quarry site was struck well outside the town, to the east. As Kenabres grew …

  • Waller Slum

    A temporary district just outside the original city walls housed the first refugees to arrive in Kenabres. Over the years, a second wall was built to defend this district and the expanding spread of the city. Remnants of the original refugee camp still …

  • The Water Pumps

    Three spiraling contraptions of steel and wood rise from the riverbed up the side of the Kenabres cliffs. Each of the three pumps draws water to a different reservoir: one in Old Kenabres, one under Truestone Park, and one in the north of Ring District. …

  • Patrol Barracks

    Though one would expect crusaders to be able to regulate their own behavior and get along well with their neighbors, the unfortunate truth is that violence and petty crime aren't uncommon. Kenabres guards regularly patrol the camp and encourage the …

  • Defenders Heart

    Defender's Heart is the largest inn in Kenabres. this business caters to mercenary companies and crusaders coming to the city. Inside this squat stone structure are dozens of rooms for rent, hearty food, and a wide selection of refreshments shipped in …

  • Hall of Heroes

    The people of Kenabres cling to stories of heroism and nobility to give them strength in the darkest of times. The Hall of Heroes immortalizes the most revered champions of Kenabres. Stone statues of laureled heroes line a central hallway. Behind the …

  • Librarium of the Broken Black Wing

    Thirty years ago, a wizard named Quednys Orlun founded the Librarium of the Broken Black Wing, pinning a pair of preserved vrock wings above the entrance. The Librarium, often called "Blackwing" by locals, has since become the premier library for …

  • North Gate

    The northern city gate leads into a residential district dotted with small shops and temples, including the temples to Sarenrae and Shelyn. A large market district known as Northgate Market sits not far past the gates. Vendors hawking textiles, jewelry, …

  • South Gate

    The southern city gate opens out into a residential district that's less prosperous than Northgate. Temples to Abadar and Torag border the main thoroughfare leading from the gate to Southgate Market. Armorers, weaponsmiths, animal trainers, sellers of …

  • Tower of Estrod

    Two decades ago, a historian and researcher named Niuna Estrod came to Kenabres to write a history of the crusades. Estrod constructed a tower of pale gray stone to hold the volumes of history he wrote, as well as other tomes and scrolls acquired from …

  • Warehouse Square

    Kenabres' location is strategically defensible, but makes it difficult to bring cargo into the city via the river- not to mention the fact that it takes a brave group of sailors to wind their way up a river that borders the Worldwound. A massive crane …

  • Crusader Factions

    h2. Crusader Factions The Mendevian Crusades have long drawn volunteers from righteous orders across Golarion. Not all these orders are large, well-established organizations, though. Smaller orders, some consisting of no more than a few dozen knights, …

  • The Gray Garrison

    The Gray Garrison is so-called for its squat, plain gray stone facade. The building was erected as the first fort in Old Kenabres to serve as barracks for crusaders. As the city grew it lost much of its importance. Now the Gray Garrison serves as a museum …