Bradensbrook

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Type

Village

Leader(s)
Race(s)

HumanHuman Human

Language(s)
Affiliation(s)

None

Location

Western Val'sharah

Status

Active

Sources: World of Warcraft: Legion

Bradensbrook is a Gilnean village located on the bleak coast of Val'sharah. Various homes are situated among the jagged rocks of the foreshore; the residents constantly provoked by its wildlife. The chill, howling winds from the Great Sea buffet this remote settlement.

Background

Main article: Ledger of the Sea Wolf

When the Scourge swept through Silverpine Forest during the Third War, the residents of Pyrewood Village sought shelter within Gilneas, found the gates of the Greymane Wall closed to them. Purchasing a ship called the Sea Wolf, many of the residents set sail for Stormwind to escape the undead.

Unfortunately, a storm blew their ship off course. They sailed aimlessly through the Great Sea for several weeks before another storm caused them to shipwreck on the shores of a mysterious island, near the ancient fortress of Black Rook Hold. Since their ship was unsalvageable, and the land plentiful, they built the village of Bradensbrook and settled down.[1]

The town recently fell into peril as Mayor Heathrow's daughter went missing and undead spirits arose, terrorizing the residents.

Places

The extension of Bradensbrook, stretching southward.

The entire settlement of Bradensbrook consists of many different residency's scattered along the coast. Marl's Stead is down the road from the city center. It's the main farm in Bradensbrook as it supplies the town year-round food. The ravenous undead birds from Black Rook Hold are spoiling the crop. Radcliffe Landing is situated on a river that feeds into the Great Sea. Papa Radcliffe and his daughter Cecily Radcliffe live here and fish. Heathrow Manor, the mayors home, is located high up on a hill southwest of town. It is on fire, most likely due to the undead incursion.

NPCs

Named
Unnamed

Notes

  • The village has a flagpole with the Gilnean flag flying from it.

References