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When it was built, it probably bore some fancy elven name that translated into “Spire that reaches from the soil to the stars” or similar nonsense, today this tower on a hard stone escarpment is merely known as the Ledge Tower.

Ledge Tower

Ledge Tower

Not a strongly defensible position, the tower has three distinct entrances as well as those created by siege and nature in the centuries since its construction. At one point the tower was probably at least sixty feet taller than it is now, but all that remains is a small ruin that sticks out above the mesa into which it is built.



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