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A skyport is a harbor for skyships, equivalent to a seaport for sailing ships. Generally, skyports are constructed as tall, multi-storied towers with docking platforms.[1][2][3][4] Skyports are found exclusively in major cities, and as a result, few skyships will steer off the trade routes between these cities.[3][2] There are multiple known skyports in Tal'Dorei and Marquet and only one each in Issylra and Wildemount.

Known skyports[]

Location Continent Status Notes
Ank'Harel Marquet Open The Indala Skyport was built before 810 PD.[1]
Emon Tal'Dorei Destroyed The original skyport in Emon, built before 810 PD,[5] was the first in Tal'Dorei and was destroyed by Thordak. A second skyport was later completed.[3]
Emon Tal'Dorei Open Rebuilt after the original was destroyed, the skyport was completed some time before 836 PD through a cooperative effort between the Arcana Pansophical and the Alsfarin Union. It is called simply the Emon Skyport.[3]
Jrusar Marquet Open Built before 842 PD[4] and likely after 836 PD,[6] the Aerie Skyport can accommodate eight simultaneously docked skyships,[4] although it was built to house only four at a time.[7]
Port Damali Wildemount Open Completed before 835 PD, this skyport was still the only skyport in Wildemount in 836 PD.[2][3]
Taloned Highlands Marquet Destroyed Dismantled by the Stratos Throne during the Apex War, around 823 PD. A replacement had not been built by 843 PD.[8]
Vasselheim Issylra Open Built before 810 PD,[5] it is the only known skyport in Issylra by 836 PD.[9]
Whitestone Tal'Dorei Open Completed in 835 PD or shortly before,[10] this skyport often acts as a layover for skyships traveling from Emon to Port Damali.[3]
Yios Marquet Open Originally dismantled by Yios during the Apex War, around 823 PD [8]. As of 843 PD the "Lakecap Skyport and Lounge" is in operation [11]

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 See "The Chase to Glintshore" (1x67) at 1:05:53.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 See Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 72.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, pp. 137–138.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 See "The Draw of Destiny" (3x01) from 1:18:49 through 1:23:00.
  5. 5.0 5.1 See "Skyward" (1x15) at 1:13:16.
  6. A skyport in Jrusar is not mentioned in Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn among skyship destinations (p. 138), suggesting that it did not yet exist.
  7. See "A Path of Vengeance" (3x65) at 1:32:43.
  8. 8.0 8.1 See "Make It Fashion" (3x12) at 24:20.
  9. No other Issylran skyports are mentioned in either Explorer's Guide to Wildemount in 835 PD (p. 72) or Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn in 836 PD (p. 138).
  10. The Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, set in 836 PD, describes the Whitestone skyport as brand new (see p. 51). A skyport in Whitestone is also mentioned in Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, set in 835 PD (see p. 72).
  11. See "The City of Flowing Light" (3x42) at 1:19:02.
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