Revenant's Toll

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Revenant's Toll

Mor Dhona
(Mor Dhona)

The Adventurer's Guild built this new settlement to replace Camp Revenant's Toll which had long served as a base of operations for the guild in Mor Dhona. Under its auspices, the Scions of the Seventh Dawn and refugees from Doma continue to aid in the construction.
The current activity notwithstanding, the origin of Revenant's Toll's name is tragic: few villagers had the chance to escape before their homes were crushed by the airships falling from the skies. The devastation claimed so many lives that the dead had none to mourn their passing but the dead.

— In-game description

Revenant's Toll is a area in Mor Dhona. It is also the Minor City for A Realm Reborn (2.0).


Throughout the 2.x patch series, the settlement of Revenant's Toll underwent development and construction with each patch. NPC and shop positions moved around as the buildings changed.


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The Diamond Forge

It is here in this smithy, that the artisans in Rowena's employ craft the arms and armor sold in her House of Splendors. For a time, the forge did good business in recreating vintage equipment, but such wares seem to have fallen out of fashion as of late, as adventurers have begun taking their custom to more exotic locations.

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Rowena's House of Splendors

Seeing as the enterprising merchant Rowena provided a great deal of aid in the expanding of Revenant's Toll, she was bequeathed the rights to a goodly section of the largest building in town, dubbing it bluntly, if not tastelessly, the House of Splendors.

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The Rising Stones

The Rising Stones is second base of operations for the Scions after they relocated from Horizon to Revenant's Toll. The entrance is through The Seventh Heaven bar, which is south of the Mor Dhona Aetheryte.

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The Seventh Heaven

The favored haunt of many an adventurer, this tavern takes its name from the highest and final heaven. On the one hand, this serves as a metaphor for the experience the establishment's clientele can expect when drinking within its halls. At the same time, it is also meant as a subtle prayer for the spirits of those who died in the Battle of Silvertear Skies that they may find peace in the hereafter.