Eberron is home to more than its share of bizarre cities and settlements. But few can claim that the town of Graywall isn't one of the most peculiar -- and dangerous. Home to many monstrous races living side by side with more "civilized" races, Graywall is a city of monsters that somehow manages to survive, and even flourish.
Droaam, one of the strangest places on Khorvaire, is a land of monsters that serves as a home to medusas and minotaurs. Gargoyles and wyverns circle in the skies, and goblins and werewolves lurk in the forests. For centuries it has been an untamed frontier. Then the Daughters of Sora Kell forged it into a nation. Few in the outer world expected this monstrous alliance to survive a year, but it has endured for over a decade. Towns are rising in the wastelands, built with the strength of giants and the cunning stonework of the medusas. One such town lies on the border of Droaam and Breland, carved from the foothills of the mountains from which it takes its name. This is Graywall, town of monsters and gateway to Droaam.
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About the Author
Keith Baker has been an avid fan of Dungeons & Dragons since grade school. His life took a dramatic turn in 2002 when he submitted the world of Eberron to the Wizards of the Coast Fantasy Setting Search. In addition to developing the Eberron Campaign Setting and Shadows of the Last War, he has worked for Atlas Games, Goodman Games, and Green Ronin.