Daenfal is a city on the northern shore of Lake Daenfal in Daon Ramon, Rathain. The old city sits on the eastern edge of the River Arwent, built up around a Paravian watchtower. Because of the River Arwent gorge on the west side, travelers must take a ferry across to enter the city. The southern side of the city is marked by a red sandstone revetment.
- The Cockatrice Tavern is a local haunt for Daenfal guardsmen.
Role in the Story
|Spoiler warning: Contains plot elements from multiple books in the series.|
Third Age 5669: After arriving in Daenfal, Fionn Areth challenges a guardsman, Uray, to a disarming duel. He wins unexpectedly, and Uray plots to pit him against Captain Jussey in exchange for a sword and lodging. Fionn Areth does better than expected against Jussey, and celebrates with the guardsmen at the Cockatrice Tavern.
Third Age 5924: Arithon's route to Ithamon is cut off by True Sect diviners backed by the Koriathain and he turns south to Daenfal instead. Injured, he evades the True Sect in the necropolis, but ends up a captive of the Koriathain after fainting from blood loss.