This town on the Silver River was the largest settlement in the immediate area, with a population of 2500 before the Silence came. 132 survived the first month.
All survivors currently reside in the Mithril Quarter, on the northeast riverbank, which is well-fortified to protect the mithril refining and crafting facilities. The remainder of the city, on the other bank, is largely unprotected. Aside from the mithril industry, Eastmere also supported a strong trade in furs from the forests to the west.
Eastmere’s Song currently protects four nearby farms which the survivors are now able to work in relative safety:
- Camedge, on the Mithril Road
- Close Inn, on the Stilham Road
- Elderone, on the Brassport Road
- Osgal’s Mill, just upriver of Eastmere
Other sites in the immediate area: