Ruins of Belford’s Crossing
Two wooden drawbridges—somehow still intact amidst the crumbling ruins—span the deep chasm below. Beneath many layers of cliffs and fog winds a river surrounded by scrub, while higher up the remains of a multi-story tavern is filled with only crumbling stones and rotting floorboards.
Cracked crates and barrels, their timber spongy to the touch, lay abandoned. Cobweb filled stairwells lead down into more ruins, deep beneath the earth. What were once wine cellars are empty, the shelves within broken with age. Walls leading to the cliff have crumbled, allowing the fierce winds to howl throughout the remnants of this underground settlement.
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