The ruins of Edenford, present day.


Lord Aeliren Chesterhill


Southern Gilneas, the Range


Kingdom of Gilneas



Edenford was the seat of the Barony of Edenford, located in the southeastern part of the Ashen Coast of Gilneas. Founded shortly after the War of Aderic, it was given to Gaelik Chester to administrate as reward for supporting the new king of Gilneas, Aderic I. Its economy rested upon the minerals from the local mine, but there were a few small fields located just outside of town used for agricultural purposes.

The town fell in relative obscurity after the deaths of nearly all the members of the House of Chester four centuries after its founding, and was destroyed during the Invasion of Gilneas. Though placed under the House of Elmwood following the Chesters' deaths, its only claim to fame was during the region's short-lived time as the seat of a viscounty.

Following its destruction, it was inhabited by bandits and criminals taking advantage of the lack of law enforcement in the region and was the base of operations of the Banditry of Edenford, a major criminal cartel running illegal operations out of the barony.

Following the reclamation of Edenford and the subjugation of the banditry's remnants, Edenford has begun restoration under Lord Aeliren Chesterhill.