Hall of Justice

The Hall of Justice

Hall of Justice

The Hall of Justice was built by Lord Nasher Alagondar. Construction began in the Year of the Lost Helm (297 NR, 1329 DR), the same year that he became lord of Neverwinter, to give thanks to his god, Tyr. By the time that the Wailing Death struck the city in the Year of Wild Magic (340 NR, 1372 DR), it had already become one of the largest temple complexes on the Sword Coast. Nasher incorporated the Tyrran church into his government as the city’s court system, so the Hall of Justice served both secular and religious functions even under him.

After the Spellplague brought an end to both Nasher and his god, the Hall of Justice remained an important landmark and center of both secular and religious power under the Alagondar kings. When Mount Hotenow erupted in the Year of Knowledge Unearthed (419 NR, 1451 DR), the part of the city around the Hall of Justice saw the lightest damage. In the immediate aftermath of the cataclysm, the Hall served as a makeshift hospital. When monsters began to emerge from the Chasm, it became the survivors’ headquarters to push them back, build a wall defending the district, and organize their defense. Over the twenty-three years that followed, it served as a sort of unofficial town hall.

When Dagult Neverember came to Neverwinter, he chose the Hall of Justice as his own base of operations. He brought priests of Torm from Waterdeep whose rites emulated the old Tyrran traditions to help restore the temple to its former glory. After his ascension, Rodrik Alagondar moved to reclaim Castle Never, but the Hall of Justice remains the meeting place of the Council of the Commonwealth of Neverwinter, remaining the seat of Neverwinter’s government.

Hall of Justice

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