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  • The Shadow Clock

    Among the most impressive monuments in Underbridge, the Shadow Clock is a minor marvel of engineering. At a height of 250 feet, this teetering structure of stone, wood, and rusted metal towers above the other buildings in the district, yet the …

  • Mistress of Angels

    This fine marble sculpture of Ordellia Whilwren, one of the founders of Magnimar, shows the beloved cleric of Desna looking out over the Varisian Gulf to the horizon, as if she were scanning for threats to the city.

  • Founder's Flame

    This magical fountain of flame was built by Antholus Kaddren - a gift to the city soon after its founding. The monument itself consists of a pedestal that supports a bronze bowl filled with green oil. A nimbus of fire burns perpetually in the bowl, …

  • The Guardians

    Just within Twins' Gate stand the Guardians, one of the city's larger monuments. These 200-foot-tall colossi depicting the young heroes Cailyn and Romre Vanderale face each other with burning staves held high, forming a giant arch.

  • Mapstone Monument

    This corner of Seerspring Garden is dominated by a massive block of marble that protrudes 3 feet from the ground. The top of this block of stone has been meticulously carved into a scale model of the city of Magnimar. Touch-ups and additions to the …

  • The Celwynvian Charge

    A gift from the elves of the distant Mierani Forest after Magnimar sent a delegation to secure a trade alliance, what was originally nothing more than a curious stony seedpod has, over the decades, grown into a tree-shaped sculpture as tall as a two-story …

  • Our Lady of Blessed Waters

    Seerspring Garden, a park boasting a spring of crisp, clear water, marks the northeastern corner of Keystone. The park itself is a fine place to relax, but its most striking feature is the bronze, strangely verdigris-free statue of a lithe woman that …

  • Founder's Honor

    The visage of Alcaydian Indros is common enough in Magnimar, but this 50-foot-tall monument to the city's heroic founder is among its most iconic and well loved. Patriotic Magnimarians often leave offerings of fruits and flowers at the statue's feet.

  • Eyes of the Hawk

    This monument depicts the twin wizards Cailyn and Romre Vanderale and their adventuring party, the Eyes of the Hawk, as they defeated the monstrous, spidery shriezyx that erupted from the Irespan in 4623 AR.

  • The Fifth Wind

    This massive stone weather vane stands amid the docks, its windsocks towering above surrounding buildings so as to give all of Outcast's Cove an easy method of determining wind speed and power. The sides of the stone pylon that supports the windsocks are …

  • Irespan

    Visible for miles out to sea, the ancient basalt bridge known as the Irespan dominates Magnimar's skyline. Jutting from a prominent foundation upon the Seacleft, the Giant's Bridge (as it is sometimes called) soars more than 300 feet above the city's …

  • Cenotaph

    One of the tallest structures in the city, this 10-story, cylindrical monument is called the Cenotaph. Created as a memorial to Magnimar's most beloved founder, Alcaydian Indros, the monument was meant to be an empty tomb honoring the local hero. As years …

  • The Battle of Charda

    Magnimar is no stranger to threats from the sea-between the constant threat of piracy from Riddleport and raiders from the Linnorm Kingdoms, the city's defenses have had plenty of opportunities over the past century to test their mettle. This large statue …

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