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Zadash is a large city south of Rexxentrum in the Dwendalian Empire. It is built around a trio of towers known collectively as the Tri-Spires. It was formerly the capital city of the Julous Dominion before being conquered and brought under the rule of the Dwendalian Empire.[4]

City Description[]

Mighty Nein arriving at Zadash

Fan art of Mighty Nein arriving at Zadash, by GalacticJonah.[art 2]

The outer walls of Zadash are 15 feet high and form a somewhat triangular perimeter outline around the city. They are made of thick basic stonework and masonry.[5] The southern gate has a 15-foot-wide portcullis that is held aloft by large chains. Two pairs of Crownsguards flank each side of the entry gate, keeping a silent watch.[6] Outside the southern walls are fields where crop workers harvest various vegetables and crops. Closer to the walls the fields give way to ramshackle communities of tent cities and hovel towns.[7]

Beyond the walls, the city has a number of interior walls that have arches between them. The gaps formed by these arches are 15-20 feet in length and 40 feet wide, creating wide tunnels through them. These tunnels have buildings set into the walls on the edges.[8] On top of these walls, horseless carts and carriages move throughout the city.[9]

The architecture and buildings are designed to rise and seems to curve towards the streets. The buildings flanking the street nearest to the gate are quite destitute, though the buildings began to graduate into a standard village feel further along the street.[10]

Points of Interest[]

  • "A Basic Clothing Wares Company": Along the way to the Tri-Spires district, Caleb stops at what is described as "a basic clothing wares company" that sells clothing made for utility. The shop has pants, work shirts, gloves, and cloaks in the colors of either brown, black or grey. This shop does custom modification work to an existing article of clothing, though such work takes about a day's time to finish and costs around 2sp. [11]
  • The Ossuary Gates: A vast multi-layered catacomb graveyard that is used by most of the higher-ranked families of the city.[12]
    • The Raven's Den: This shrine is located in the center of the graveyard and dedicated to the The Matron of Ravens. The outside of the shrine consists of an iron and obsidian archway that stretches up to a height of about 20 feet to frame the small shrine. Topping this shrine is a large statue of the Raven Queen wreathed by carved ravens in flight. This statue is made entirely of black obsidian except for a large white porcelain mask that makes up its face. At the base of the statue are a number of bowls where offerings can be left. There is a door on the back of the shrine which is around 20 by 10 feet.[13]
  • Packwearer's Provisions:[14] A smaller scale blacksmithy that deals mainly in smaller smithing wares, such as the forging of tools.[15]
  • Wares & Ends: Suggested as a possible source for a flask.[16]
  • Umber Dungeon: The jail of Zadash.[17][18]


Pentamarket by Linda Lithen

Official art of the Pentamarket in Zadash, by Linda Lithén.[art 3]

The Pentamarket is located in the central western portion of Zadash[19], with a number of streets bisecting it. These streets naturally carve a pentagonal shape and the interior between them has since become the center of most merchant business. There is kind of a bazaar set up in the center of the district, where carts, tents, and buildings are set up all day, every day, as an open market[20] where barkers peddle their wares to passersby.[21]

The Pentamarket contains a variety of shops that don’t have high value goods. Some of the businesses that can be found in the market include small dumpling establishments, simple glassware shops, and a blacksmith shop that makes simple repairs. Coming into fall, carts filled with mulled wine and confections could be found in the market.

  • Hearth of the Allhammer: Located on the northern side of the Pentamarket, this shrine to the Allhammer is a domed iron structure that is slightly rusty due to lack of upkeep. Its interior has a large central forge and a beautiful heavy anvil with the symbol of the Allhammer on each of its sides. This anvil is used for both ceremonial worship and the crafting of religious artifacts. Three individuals man the temple at any one time, two of which are keepers who watch outside of the entry arches leading into the temple. The third is the appointed herald of this temple, a female dwarf with dark brown hair that trails off in three long braids past her midsection.
  • The Invulnerable Vagrant: A magical shop in that is run by Pumat Sol and his simulacra.
  • Lodge of the Eclipse: A tavern and inn where nighttime shows are performed on stage. The Mighty Nein and Veth Brenatto's family stayed at the Lodge in early Brussendar 836 PD. Bells Hells stayed there with Essek Thelyss in 843 PD.
  • Sparkhammer Smithing:[22] Operated by Yannick Dumel and Jan, this smithy forges intricate items and has rows and racks of various pieces of armor and weapons on display on the inside.
  • Victory Pit: This Colosseum-like structure served as the staging ground for a fighting tournament during the Harvest Close Festival.
  • Candy Shop[23]
  • Grace of the Wilds: Manned by Jasna Bree, a female human in her 50s with wild big black curly hair. It has a small tent attached to the rest of the shop. She sells materials for making two health potions for 50 gp, and she gives training in herbalism for 200 gp.[24]
  • Suvo's Secrets: Sells items in an ominous large, very drab gray shop tent.[25]

Innerstead Sprawl[]

The Innerstead Sprawl forms a central connecting ring around and through all the other areas of the city. It is where the more middle-class individuals reside and generally helps to hold the city together.[26]

  • Apple Tree Tutor Village: Owned and provided by the Soltryce Academy, these three long buildings are where, for a moderate price, children and adults of a less affluent lifestyle could come and learn basic teachings.
  • The Guided Hand Infirmary: A medical practice located in the Innerstead Sprawl of Zadash.
  • The Valley Archive of the Cobalt Soul: Built off of the western edge of the Pentamarket, it is both an archive, and a temple to the Knowing Mistress.[27] This library is known to contain the rarer tomes and elaborate writing within the city. It is maintained by the Cobalt Soul. Although it is open to the public, it is heavily watched, and has areas that are off limits to the general public, requiring special approval for access. After signing in, a monk is assigned as a watchful escort for visitors in the public areas where they can read and take notes of the materials within, though removing items from the library is strictly forbidden.[28] The archive has a tall, tapering tower that curves at the top into a dome-like pinnacle. Flanking the sides of this tower are three smaller spires. The stonework of the main tower has a smooth, concrete-looking texture. In the morning sunlight, the tower shines brightly and reveals intricate carvings on the various tiers that spiral down the tower. The interior of this library consisted of:[29]
    • Several curved staircases that are carved through the bookshelves. Rising to different heights these staircases connect the library to its higher levels in various points.
    • Rooms that can be used for meetings, or for quiet research and study of the materials found within.
    • Subterranean training areas that include sand pits for sparring, as well as urban and wilderness obstacle courses.
  • Evening Nip:[30] A bar, and the secret headquarters of the criminal empire controlled by The Gentleman.
  • King's Hall: Acts as the central courthouse of Zadash. Located in the southeastern quadrant of the city, which is devoted to the Crownsguard Garrison.[31]
  • Platinum House: The shrine to the Platinum Dragon.
  • Song and Supper Inn: Located on the west side of the Innerstead Sprawl, this inn is used as an alternate meeting place for The Knights of Requital ahead of their mission against Lord Sutan and High Richter Dayana Prucine .[32] The interior of this inn is very lively, filled with loud conversation, singing, and music. Three different bands cycle through on the main raised performance dais. A poor tavern, compared to the Leaky Tap, this inn has chipped and crinkled paint, and a bit of a smell to it. Basic food and drink is found here.[33] Clay Owens is the balding, portly, middle aged barkeep.[34]
  • Steam's Respite:[35] A reasonably priced bathhouse.


The East and West Outersteads are found on the outer cusps of the city, and extend through the city's slums and beyond to border the outside of the main wall.[36]


The Tri-Spire is the wealthiest district in Zadash. It is located on the north side of the city.[37] The area gets its name from the three massive towers that loom high over the rest of the city: the Triumph Chime, the Zauberspire, and The Constellation Bridge.[38] All different in design, these towers can be seen from some distance.

A round wall encases the interior of this elite portion of the city. These walls are made of solid marble and are more decorative than functional. Two portcullis entrances allow access to this district, one of which opens in the direction of the Pentamarket.[39] These entryways seems to be magically enchanted, dispelling illusions within a certain distance.[40] Two Crownsguard with spears and shields stand guarding each of these entrances.

Ahead of the Harvest Close Festival, the area was decorated to reflect the autumn and coming festivities of the Pre-Harvest Close Gala. Bunches of flowers were affixed to the tops of lampposts, and additional streamers of bright reds, browns, and yellow-golds[41] were placed around a central courtyard[42] to replace the usual white silk banners.[43]

  • Chastity's Nook: A book store containing an extensive collection of pulp fiction and trashy smut.[44] It is located in the southern quarter of the Silken Terrace, and is run by Iva Deshin.
  • Emerald Curtain: A tannery and tailoring shop.[45]
  • Hall of Erudition: An archive and school of magic headed by Oremid Hass. Its centerpiece is the Zauberspire, a towering structure with a glass cylindrical top floor that overlooks the entirety of the city.[46]
  • Meal Hearth: A large bakery located directly to the right of Chastity's Nook. A spry, smiling young man, in his late teens with a prickly chinstrap beard, and very short, tattered brown hair waits on customers.[47]. The bakery sells:
    • Bear Claws
    • Fresh Baked Bread
  • Pillow Trove: The biggest inn in Zadash. It serves an expensive clientele, along with diplomats and ambassadors that come to the city.
  • Triumph Chime: One of the towers that give the Tri-Spire its name. The Triumph Chime is a building that at one point was an old seven-story temple and belfry that has been completely hollowed out.[48] It is repurposed and now looks like a glitzy casino filled with all sorts of bars, gambling halls, inn rooms, a brothel, and other similar forms of entertainment. Simultaneously historically awe-inspiring and gaudy, each floor of this structure seems to be of slightly altered stone of different colors, which are covered on the outside in braided brightly-colored banners of silk.

Silken Terrace[]

The Silken Terrace is a district within the Tri-Spire where the elite of Zadash live and work. As a result, most of the city's money ends up in there. Only those of a very specific visual presentation and purpose are allowed entry into this area. Seemingly magically engineered to be picture perfect, beautiful courtyard parks of grasses, trees and butterfly-filled bushes grace the interior of this district. Statuesque structures decorate a beautifully laid cobblestone road that is broken up by small patches of small fenced-in shrubbery and flower bushes. On the corners of the roads stand tall lanterns containing very faint ever-burning flames, between which are long, white, silken banners. The homesteads are of different styles of construction from all across this continent and beyond.

Gilded Willows[]

The tree-dappled residential area of the city, it is broken up into several parts. It has a very natural, almost picturesque beauty to it.[49]

Signet Wall[]

The Signet Wall encloses the eastern end of Zadash.[3] Those seeking good pay and adventurous living as soldiers of the Righteous Brand can join up at the Marrow Keep, after speaking with Leopold Wanstiker.[52]

  • Marrow Keep: The primary base of the Righteous Brand.[53]
  • The Shrine of the Dawn: A shrine to the Dawnfather.[54]


Main article: Sewers of Zadash.

The Sewers are a system of tunnels beneath Zadash, frequently used by criminal elements of the city to avoid suspicion while moving around. One of the entrances to the sewer is at the corner of Ruen Road and Dewmist. Another entrance (Money Pot) is in the Tri-Spires district in a dark alleyway 25 feet off a cobblestone road with fine buildings across the way.



Size-wise, Zadash is comparable to the metropolis of Port Damali[55], though where Zadash is tall, Port Damali is more spread out.

Most of the populace around Zadash consists of humans, with the occasional halfling, tiefling and dwarf.[56] At least one firbolg, Pumat Sol, resides in the city.

Once the capital of the Julous Dominion and now the largest city in the Marrow Valley, Zadash has a population of 89,210 as of the year 835 PD. The racial breakdown of the city is 70% humans, 11% halflings, 9% dwarves, and 10% other races.[1]

Notable People[]

Name Type Description
Claudia Sheed NPC Previous owner of the the Leaky Tap.
Clay Owens NPC Barkeep at the Song and Supper Inn.[57]
Clive Binz NPC Barkeep at the Evening Nip.
Dayana Prucine NPC Former High-Richter of Zadash.
Dolan Thrym NPC Former leader of The Knights of Requital and High-Richter of Zadash in 836 PD.[58][59]
Iva Deshin NPC Owner of Chastity's Nook.
Jermai Kull NPC A former champion in the Victory Pit.
Jasna Bree NPC Human woman who owns Grace of the Wilds.
Kiefer NPC Owner of the Kiefer Stables on the west side. Owes a debt to The Gentleman.[60]
Kara NPC Former member of the Knights of Requital and employee of The Gentleman.
Leopold Wanstiker NPC Recruiter for the Righteous Brand.
Martina Steward NPC A single middle-aged halfling woman, Beau and Yasha's neighbor as of 837 PD, and very talented for cooking and housekeeping.[61]
Mikael Drom NPC The head tutor of the Apple Tree Tutor Village.
Lawmaster Orentha Stonegrasp NPC Lawmaster of Zadash within the King's Hall.
Enchanter Pumat Sol NPC Shopkeeper of The Invulnerable Vagrant.
Simon NPC A five-year-old child with scruffy reddish hair and a dirty smashed face. He wanted to pet Frumpkin outside of The Guided Hand Infirmary.[62]
Suvo NPC Dragonborn owner of Suvo's Secrets.
Thed NPC Halfling rogue encountered by the Mighty Nein in the sewers. As of 835 PD worked for the Gentleman
Ulog NPC Former member of the Knights of Requital.
Ulysses Stanneras NPC Gives paid tours to new arrivals in Zadash.
Voloshin NPC Herald of the King's Hall.
Wessik the Trim NPC White dragonborn barkeep at the Leaky Tap.
Wyatt Fedar NPC Starosta of Zadash.
Yannick Dumel NPC Owner of Sparkhammer Smithing.
Zeenoth NPC Former Archivist in the Cobalt Soul.
Tooms NPC An old human with sunburned skin, and the owner of the Emerald Curtain.[63]
Keith NPC A 27 years old apprentice at the Emerald Curtain.[64]
Damid NPC Slender half-giant with beautiful elven tattoos, a worker at the Emerald Curtain, more focused on artistic commissions.[65]




Zadash was once the capital of the Julous Dominion, the last empire to be conquered by the Dwendalian Empire. It was brought under Dwendalian rule nearly two centuries before 826 P.D. As opposed to erasing Dominion society, the Dwendalian Empire instead merged their own way of life, laws, and rules with those of the people of Zadash and adjusted as they saw fit.[66]

"The Gates of Zadash" (2x08)[]

The Mighty Nein were directed to The Invulnerable Vagrant by a local guide named Ulysses Stanneras to acquire magical items. Upon arrival, Caleb, Nott, Fjord, and Jester met Enchanter Pumat Sol, who ran the shop with three magically-manifested duplicates. The Pumat Sol staffing the counter told Caleb that his establishment required a certain level of cleanliness and, with a wave of his hand, removed all the filth that covered Caleb and his clothes.[67]

"Steam and Conversation" (2x09)[]

When Caleb and Jester first attempted to enter the Tri-Spires through the gate at the Pentamarket, one of these guards named Reeve escorted Jester into the Tri-Spire. After another guard came to replace the one that left, Caleb attempted to have Frumpkin enter the district as well. One of these guards, trying to keep what seemed like a stray cat out of this elite district, kicked Frumpkin to death. Caleb, frustrated in his attempt to enter the first gate in disguise, tried a secondary gate with no luck.

While the party admired the Archive of the Cobalt Soul, Nott noticed a stoic, well-dressed human patron leaving the Archive. Taking Mollymauk's advice to only rob people who look "grumpy," Nott followed this woman as she made her way through the city and attempted to rob her using Mage Hand.[68]

"Waste and Webs" (2x10)[]

The Mighty Nein delved into the sewers of Zadash in search of a mysterious beast that had been terrorizing the Crownsguard at its lair. According to a job posting on the Taskboard, a creature was holed up in a sewer nexus right on where the Innerstead Sprawl meets with the outer wall of the Tri-Spires. The flow of sewage had been backing up and strange noises from cleaners had been heard. A few Crownsguard had gone to investigate the disturbance and found a masses of small congealed nests of sewage slime and webbing.

Individuals had been going missing, including two of the three parties that had previously attempted this task. Of the parties of Crownsguard that went down to investigate, only a guard named Cloen[69] had returned. The job specifics were to find what was creating the disturbances, kill it, and to back with proof of the kill it. The reward for doing so was 700 gold pieces.

"Midnight Espionage" (2x12)[]

During a heist, Ulog killed himself and High-Richter Dayana Prucine with a fireball.[70] Shortly afterwards, two drow spies from Xhorhas blew up part of the Zauberspire. Though one of them was swiftly killed, the other escaped into the sewers with a strange dodecahedron.[71]

"Lost & Found" (2x13)[]

"A Tangled Web" (2x77)[]

When Jester scrys on Yasha, she sees her crying amid signs of a slaughter and multiple bloody blue-and-grey-clad bodies in what appears to be the Cobalt Soul in Zadash, along with the Laughing Hand and Obann in disguise.

"Between the Lines" (2x78)[]

Upon witnessing Obann, Yasha and the Laughing Hand attack the Zadash Cobalt Soul through Scrying, the Mighty Nein spend the next two weeks traveling from Nicodranas to Zadash. When they arrive, they see the city continues to have the increased military presence the party observed when they left just as war was declared. They head immediately to the Valley Archive of the Cobalt Soul. Zeenoth is convinced to allow the party to use the Cobalt Soul's teleportation circles, being told they are in pursuit of the creatures that attacked the Soul a few weeks earlier. The Valley Archive has circles leading to Rexxentrum, Port Damali, the Cobalt Reserve in Tal'Dorei, and Vasselheim.

"Titles and Tattoos" (2x84)[]

The Mighty Nein return to Zadash from Nicodranas via the Cobalt Soul teleportation circle, and meet with Dairon and Oremid Hass separately to inform them both of the Angel of Irons cult. The party then goes to the Invulnerable Vagrant, where Caduceus is attacked by an unknown assailant.

Campaign Three: Bells Hells[]

When Bells Hells visited the city shortly after the Apogee Solstice of 843 PD, the streets appeared somewhat damaged, with some burned rooftops, there was a heavy Crownsguard and Righteous Brand presence, and the people appeared uneasy, as if the city had recently been under siege. Their escort Essek Thelyss (still in disguise at that point) speculated that someone or something had been awaiting the right moment to strike.[72] Later that same day, the adventurers learned that a phoenix-like entity had attacked the city, causing many casualties as local warriors fought the monster.[73]


  • The architecture in Zadash is a mix of Tudor era and Eastern European influences.[74]
  • The carrying of open alcoholic beverages is legal in the streets of Zadash.[75]
  • After the escapades in the Platinum House there were town criers talking about Terrible vandalism! Platinum Dragon nearly ruined by upstarts and secret cabal of anti-religious hate!


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 See Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 93.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 See Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 94.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 See Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 95.
  4. See "The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) at 2:38:07.
  5. See "The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) from 2:42:04 through 2:44:53.  Matt narrates the approach to the city of Zadash.
  6. See "The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) at 2:43:57.  Matt describes the entrance gate to Zadash.
  7. See "The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) at 2:42:31.  Matt describes the area immediately before the southern entrance to Zadash.
  8. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) at 2:53:10.
  9. See "The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) at 2:53:10.
  10. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) at 2:45:09.
  11. See "Waste and Webs" (2x10) at 0:30:31.
  12. See "A Favor in Kind" (2x16) at 3:06:42.
  13. See "A Favor in Kind" (2x16) at 3:07:20.
  14. See "The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) at 3:02:48.
  15. See "The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) at 3:02:53.
  16. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) at 1:41:35.
  17. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) at 0:41:24.
  18. See "Fond Farewells" (2x141) at 5:47:16.
  19. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) at 1:22:04.
  20. See "The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) from 2:55:09 through 3:07:09.  Ulysses describing the city.
  21. See "Zemnian Nights" (2x11) at 0:30:59.
  22. See "The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) at 3:02:48.
  23. See "Midnight Espionage" (2x12) at 2:04:00.  Jester asks a guard about a candy shop. The guard tells her there is one in the Pentamarket.
  24. See "Commerce & Chaos" (2x31) from 0:57:48 through 1:01:05.
  25. See "Commerce & Chaos" (2x31) from 1:03:54 through 1:08:45.
  26. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) at 1:22:04.
  27. See "Commerce & Chaos" (2x31) at 1:55:45.
  28. See "Harvest Close" (2x17) at 1:49:48.
  29. See "A Favor in Kind" (2x16) at 3:33:54.
  30. See "Waste and Webs" (2x10) at 3:52:10.
  31. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) at 1:22:04.
  32. See "Zemnian Nights" (2x11) at 2:38:30.
  33. See "Zemnian Nights" (2x11) at 3:45:45.
  34. See "Lost & Found" (2x13) at 1:37:27.
  35. See "Commerce & Chaos" (2x31) at 1:56:27.
  36. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) at 1:22:04.
  37. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) at 1:22:04.
  38. See "Zemnian Nights" (2x11) at 01:00:20.  Three Tower Names
  39. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) at 3:02:00.
  40. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) from 3:07:16 through 3:09:11.
  41. See "Midnight Espionage" (2x12) at 01:52:50.
  42. See "Zemnian Nights" (2x11) at 03:31:27.
  43. See "Midnight Espionage" (2x12) at 02:12:58.
  44. See "The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) from 2:56:59 through 2:58:36.  Ulysses told Caleb about Chastity's Nook.
  45. See "Gathering of Needs" (3x95) at 4:38:44.
  46. See "Zemnian Nights" (2x11) at 1:30:20.
  47. See "Zemnian Nights" (2x11) at 01:02:43.
  48. See "Zemnian Nights" (2x11) at 00:59:48.  Seven Story - Triumph Chime
  49. See "Zemnian Nights" (2x11) at 00:59:24.  Gilded Willows
  50. See "Zemnian Nights" (2x11) at 3:26:55.  Stanger informed the Mighty Nein where her estate is.
  51. See "Midnight Espionage" (2x12) at 0:23:25.  Lord Sutan's home
  52. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) at 2:17:57.
  53. See "Harvest Close" (2x17) at 1:28:02.
  54. See "Commerce & Chaos" (2x31) at 1:56:43.
  55. See "The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) at 2:41:55.  Matt compares Zadash to Port Damali
  56. See "The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) at 2:44:30.  Matt describes the people outside Zadash.
  57. See "Lost & Found" (2x13) at 1:37:27.  Clay Owens
  58. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) from 0:57:13 through 0:58:16.  Dolan chairs the meeting of the Knights of Requital.
  59. See "Fond Farewells" (2x141) at 5:44:45.  Dolan is High-Richter during the trial of Zeenoth.
  60. See "Home is Where the Heart Is" (2x92) at 2:12:12.
  61. See "The Mighty Nein Reunited Part 1" (Sx73) at 0:23:01.
  62. See "Midnight Espionage" (2x12) at 0:49:38.  Simon wanted to pet Frumpkin but he disappeared.
  63. See "Gathering of Needs" (3x95) at 1:07:01.
  64. See "Gathering of Needs" (3x95) at 1:07:01.
  65. See "Gathering of Needs" (3x95) at 1:10:23.
  66. See "The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) from 2:37:39 through 2:38:55.  Matt gives a brief history of Zadash.
  67. See "The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) at 3:12:54.
  68. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) at 1:53:21.
  69. See "Waste and Webs" (2x10) at 3:17:20.  Cloen was the name of the Crownsguard that survived a venture into the sewers.
  70. See "Midnight Espionage" (2x12) at 3:50:54.
  71. See "Midnight Espionage" (2x12) at 4:01:28.  The Mighty Nein encounter the other spy in the sewers of Zadash.
  72. See "Where The Red Fearne Glows" (3x94) from 3:14:52 through 3:16:33.
  73. See "Gathering of Needs" (3x95) at 1:26:44.
  74. See "Where The Red Fearne Glows" (3x94) at 3:14:27.
  75. See "Harvest Close" (2x17) at 0:27:04.  You have seen people walk with various drinks in their hand without an issue before.


  1. Fan art of Zadash, by BlackSalander (source). Used with permission.
  2. Fan art of Mighty Nein arriving at Zadash, by GalacticJonah (source). Used with permission.
  3. Official art of the Pentamarket in Zadash, by Linda Lithén (source). Used with permission.