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Val'Raveran is a land close to the surface with many exits out into the Overworld. Resting between the large cities of Chel'el'Sussoloth and Nuqrah'shareh, its main city and namesake (called Raveran or Val'Raveran) is a massive trade hub, with traders coming both from the surface and the underworld to exchange wares.

The Val'Illhar'dro are the ruling clan of the city, and provide the majority of its policing forces. However, Raveran is also home to several local clans, and many of the major clans from Chel have well-established outposts in Raveran as well. Though it is controlled by the drow, Val'Raveran is much more tolerant of other fae and non-fae races than most other major drow establishments.

Ill'haress Nega'fanea Val'Illhar'dro was born in Val'Raveran.[1]

Outside of Moonless Age

Note: The details that follow may not be canon to the story of Moonless Age.

Val'Raveran is the primary setting of the Drowtales FFRPG. For a more detailed description of the city as it is used in this context, see the Raveran year 1114 Setting thread and/or the Val'Raveran RP description found in the wiki archive.

Please be aware that while these descriptions may share certain elements with the official Moonless Age comic, they are fan-generated and are not necessarily accepted as canon to the main story.

This article reflects events up to Chapter 39.

Archive version of this article can be found here