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* [http://www.play.net/gs4/info/tomes/human_guide/human_vornavis.asp Official Documentation on Vornavis], on Play.net
 
* [http://www.play.net/gs4/info/tomes/human_guide/human_vornavis.asp Official Documentation on Vornavis], on Play.net
 
* [http://nayolan.com/misc/NewSolhaven0909.jpg Map of Post-Cataclysm Solhaven by Mourne], on Nayolan.com
 
* [http://nayolan.com/misc/NewSolhaven0909.jpg Map of Post-Cataclysm Solhaven by Mourne], on Nayolan.com
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* [http://www.riversrest.net/Highmount/sol/solhome.htm Player-compiled History of Solhaven and Vornavis], on Riversrest.net
 
 
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Revision as of 10:54, 9 January 2015

Solhaven was a free port city located south of Wehnimer's Landing within the Turamzzyrian province of Vornavis. The city was established approximately the 46th century. Baron Malwind opened the trade route between Solhaven and Wehnimer's Landing as recently as 5098, though rumor has it that smugglers had blazed the trail long beforehand. Within the city you will find sailors, smugglers, and other merchants that benefit from the large harbor of the town. The city is primarily run by the Mercantylers' Guild with some guidance and support from Vornavis, usually during major invasions. After the assassination of Empress Mynal'lyanna Anodheles in 5103, Solhaven was placed under the control of the Northern Sentinel of the Turamzzyrian Empire and lost its freeport status.

History

Solhaven has been reputedly destroyed three times by a mysterious cause. Stories say it was the kraken that used to breed in the Solhaven Bay.

Solhaven has been invaded repeatedly in recent times, including by Jantalarian forces, V'tullian forces, and Sheruvian forces. Twice, during the Griffin Sword Saga, Solhaven was renamed to Nighthaven by the Sheruvian High Priest, Draezir.

In 5109, Solhaven was destroyed by a tidal wave. With the help of members of the Hall of Mages and local refugees, the city was re-created from the memories of the locals, but the end result was a bit changed.

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