- Abilus ‡
Abilus sits along the Halremethian Coast. The city is made of white stone and marble. It is known to be a city of knowledge, being the home of an academy, a large public library, and a university. The city also is the home to exceptional masons and engineers, as well as a notable port.
- Aeriston †
The most southern part of Halremethia, Aeriston is known for wine. Olives and grapes both grow in the hills surrounding the town. This small, humble town is largely made of wood and stone. It exports its goods throughout the region, bringing money to the businessmen who primarily run the town through their political influence.
- Aldervan ‡
Aldervan is the First Capitol of Halremethia, the location where King Laritann rules. The city is the largest in the kingdom, composed of several districts, and is the home to several races of creatures. Districts may look much like others, or very different. Though any number of build supplies make up the town, most of it is made of ordinary stone and lumber. Aside from the castle, one of the most notable districts is the port at the mouth of the Eventyre river.
Local businesses include: Halforge Weapons, Ole the Blacksmith, Aldervan Church of Heironeous, and Ricky’s Curiosity Shop
- Castle Concelton ‡
Also known as the “Old Capitol,” Castle Concelton once served as such. Though the castle still remains and the town still flourishes, the Capitol has moved to Aldervan. The city remains set up to be a backup Capitol in case of disaster. Concelton is composed of finely cut stones and elaborate stone statues and carvings. The city has multiple districts, all of them in extravagant detail and workmanship.
Deesicks is a small farming village near the northeast border of Halremethia.
- Fort Boldman ‡
Fort Boldman is among the oldest of Halremethia’s sites. It started as a military outpost, but developed into a trading post, primarily due to its location between other towns. Parts of the old Fort still exist, and even more, remain operational for military use. Other than the old military district, a large amount of the town is composed of merchants and craftsman who make a living off of selling their goods to travelers and passerby. It’s said that one could get any item from throughout the entire region in Fort Boldman.
- Gemworth †
Gemworth is a mining town on Halremethia’s side of the Rambaldi Mountains. Its economy is centered around its gem mine. Other than gems and various other resources (including cold iron and silver) unearthed from the mountain, the town also is well-known for forgery and masonry. The town is primarily built of stone masonry cut from the mountains. Metals from the mountain are usually exported, but the town does have a few good smithies. Though the town is primarily human, there is a small dwarf community, mostly miners.
- Harden’s Ford
Harden’s Ford was founded at a shallow part of the Wiseman River. Since then, the river was engineered to allow small river boats to passage through, and the ford was replaced with a bridge. The primarily wood-built town also borders the White Woods and Gorbon Marsh. There’s a tall city wall across the southern front of the town to keep out wildlife and a dock on the riverfront. The town’s economy is based on the medicines and foodstuffs from the neighboring woods, marsh, and plains.
Hickensdale is a township located where the Wiseman River flows into the Eventyre River. It is both a fishing and farming community taking the fish from the river and growing crops West of the river. It’s occupied primarily by humans and gnomes, but there are a few elf and halfling families. The town is build of mostly wood and some stone.
Hutchens is a farming thorp in Halremethia. The small community of human and halfling farmers provides a large amount of Halremethia’s grain. The town is mostly made up of sod and wood housing.
Local businesses include: Hutchens Grainery and Jack’s Trading Post.
Kallen is a small farming village on the northeast border of Halremethia.
- King’s Rock
King’s rock is an out-of-place stone landmark in the middle of Halremethia’s prairie lands. The rock is approximately six feet in diameter and thirty feet in height. A small township formed nearby the well traveled area. It’s built out of whatever materials settlers brought, mostly wood. The town consists of an inn, a trading post, and a small Temple of St. Cuthbert, but very little else.
Marenhelm is a small town located in between the Eventyre River and the Gorbon Marsh. The majority of the town is made of humble, wooden structures. A few shanties and sod homes have appeared on the outskirts of town. The major exports are food stuffs and medicine.
- Marlow Lake ‡
Marlow Lake is located in Northern Halremethia. The town by the same name is located on the lake’s west shore. The town has structures of high aesthetic value as well as remarkable architecture, especially for a small city. White stones make up the framework of the city, where sculptures, detailed stonework, and mosaic tilework furnish it in the most extravagant way.
Marlow Lake has a concentration of artisans and performers. The city is most known for its performance hall where various forms of theater and music are performed.
Local businesses include: Marlow Trading Post, Arlemosis’ Lab, Magic Shop, and Cassid’s Workshop.
- Misty Peak
Located in the heights of the Rambaldi Mountains, Misty Peak is a small mountain village that remains secluded from much of the Kingdom’s politics. Though the village is small and isolated, it is very well made from the stones of the mountain. There is also a small temple in the village, though it is not designated for any one god or deity.
- Mount Thundercast
Mount Thundercast lies high up within the Rambaldi Mountains. Only one road goes into the village. Not many make the journey to the mountain village, and those who do often find it dangerous. The village is cut from mountain stone in a practical, functional way.
There are several tales surrounding Mount Thunercast, many of which mention a strange form of magic that is neither divine, nor arcane. Some of the users of said magic claim it not to be magic, at all, but rather, something called “psionics.” Others claim that it is nothing more than the doings of an eccentric god. One of the towns legends suggest that the town was forged from lightning.
- Oak Haven
Located on the northern edge of the White Woods, Oak Haven was once a logging community. The town is mostly self-sustaining, foraging and hunting almost everything from the neighboring forest and grasslands.
- Ruins of Aldemort
The Ruins of Aldemort are located in North-Eastern Halremethia. Formerly a luxurious castle over a small town, now only ruins remain. The castle was built into the mountain walls, but after several attacks of war, the fortifications fell and the town was destroyed. The royal family made it out safely, short of the King. He stayed behind to defend his castle, but died with his soldiers. The Halremetian Crown was never found. Almost one hundred fifty years have since passed.
- Sterrup †
Known for it’s horses and livestock, Sterrup sits in Southern Halremethia.
Local businesses include: Marley Ranch, Kedor’s (Blacksmithing), Blackfoot Stables, and Sterrup Trading Post.
Suldren is a farming town. Much of Halremetia’s crops are grown here.
- White Leaf
Whiteleaf is a village surrounded by the White Woods that was founded by and occupied primarily by elves and halflings.