|Demographics||377 humans, 1 elf, 3 half-elves, 5 half-orcs, 1 halfling, 1 gnome|
|Ruler||Lady Origena Devy|
|Leader||Arnholde Devy, Balthus Hunclay, Azmur Kell|
Source: The Dragon's Demand, pg(s). 58-61
The Verduran Fork and Rogue Creek separate the different parts of the town. The main town is nestled between these two waterways. Roads with bridges cross the rivers and continue to the old limestone quarry, Faldamont, Wispil, and Old Fishing Holes.
Belhaim was founded shortly after the Dragon Plague years of 3660 AR to 3672 AR, when Taldor's emperor gave Tula Belhaim the title of baroness in charge of the Verduran Fork which includes Dragonfen. This was due to her fighting prowess, where she led a group of prestigious dragonslayers. Those who followed her to this area quickly founded the town named after the baroness. Soon after, a group of monks of Irori built a monastery, the Monastery of Saint Kyerixus.
After the baroness and her husband died, rule of the town fell to distant relations of her husband Arturic Canteclure. The Castle Tula was destroyed in 4500 AR when Baron Sarvo Canteclure joined a rebellion. It has since been called the Witch Tower, and was preceded by the disappearance of the monks. Sir Arkold Devy, one of those credited with bringing down Canteclure, was awarded the barony next, and his descendants have ruled since. Historically, the town has made its money from the limestone quarry, but an earthquake flooded the quarry. Now, people are looking for alternative locations to quarry valuable stone.
- Mike Shel. (2013). The Dragon's Demand, p. 3. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-527-3
- Mike Shel. (2013). The Dragon's Demand, p. Map. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-527-3
- Mike Shel. (2013). The Dragon's Demand, p. 59. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-527-3
- Mike Shel. (2013). The Dragon's Demand, p. 58. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-527-3