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Location: In one of the grandest cities on all of Norrath in sure beauty, the high elves have created a city of pure alabaster beauty rising from the mist of Greater Faydark

North Felwithe

South Felwithe

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Races: High Elf, Half Elf
Guilds: Clerics, Enchanters, Magicians, Paladins, Wizards
Religious Facilities: Tunare
Artisan Facilities: Brew Barrel, Kiln, Oven, Pottery Wheel, Forge

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Text last updated: 09/20/00
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Felwithe is the legendary city of the high elves, which rises out of the fog of Greater Faydark as one of the most wonderful cities in all of Norrath. Its golden walls give off a faint glow all their own, and the peaceful city attracts many visitors from abroad.

Surrounding Areas

Greater Faydark is the forest that Felwithe lies within. From there, high elves may access Butcherblock Mountains and the lands beyond, Lesser Faydark, or the orc lair of Crushbone.

Travelling To and From Felwithe

Felwithe's entrance lies due east of the pass from the Butcherblock Mountains, along a path that winds its way around the periphery of Greater Faydark. Lesser Faydark is through a pass halfway between Butcherblock and Felwithe, and there are a set of transportation towers along that path.

To the northwest of Felwithe lies the wood elf home of Kelethin, and north of that lies the lair of the Crushbone Orcs.

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The town is dominated by guild halls to the various followings. One of the wonders of architecture lies in the far end of Felwithe, the tower of the mages, suspended unbelievably over a pool below. There is also an extensive river running through the city, and fishing is a very common pastime here.


The high elves are a reserved, contemplative people, much like the Erudites in that regard. As such, there are no open markets or the associated "undesirables" within its walls. Quiet thought is the norm in Felwithe, and its inhabitants reflect that.

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