Karond Kar

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Karond Kar (meaning "tower of despair") is a port city, and one of the six cities of Naggaroth, the realm of the Dark Elves. This city, known as the "city of despair" throughout the world, is where most of the captives are brought following a slave raid. It is the main home of the Corsairs and cut-throats that feed on the despair of other races.

Karond Kar is a particularly appalling sight when seen from the sea as those slaves who are caught trying to escape are hung from the walls, their limp bodies enchanted to live out their last few hours on this earth forever. Thus the city is called the Tower of Despair because of the horrible wails that sound from inside the dark walls.

Because of its reputation as a city of thieves, Karond Kar houses some of the largest slave markets in Naggaroth. Those slaves that look strong enough are trained to become warriors, bodyguards and even trainers of the dark beasts that reside under the Blackspine Mountains. any slave taken to Karond Kar has no chance of escaping and, even if they do escape, they are bound to die horribly in such a cruel place.


The cities of the Dark Elves
Naggarond - Hag Graef - Clar Karond - Ghrond - Har Ganeth - Karond Kar

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