|Demographics||636 humans, 16 tieflings, 8 demons, 5 others|
|Ruler||Clanliege Martoss Clefthorn|
Source: Lost Kingdoms, pg(s). 52
Gundrun is a recently reoccupied town in the area commonly referred to as the Worldwound, although the people of Gundrun are descendants of the original inhabitants of the area, back when it was known as Sarkoris.
Unique to the Worldwound, Gundrun is a settlement where a semblance of normal life can be found. Due to its distance from the heart of the demonic incursion, settlers and refugees returned to the city in order to eke out an existence and, some dream, perhaps retake their homeland.
The town itself was sacked decades ago by the demonic forces, and many of the buildings are little more than crumbling ruins. The settlement serves as a hub of trade (usually through barter) with local villages scattered throughout the region. The area itself is also home to the demonic swarm creatures known as Kakuen-taka, the Hunger That Moves".
A curious monument stands in Gundrun, said to be a memorial to the aasimar warriors who fell in battle with the fiends of the Worldwound. Curiously, no one can say when the monument—a stack of white marble blocks—was erected, or by whom.
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