Vrekka / Feb 29, 2016
The Dunwich Estate had perched on the cliff next to the Trosk River for seven decades. It was a familiar sight to those of Riverspan and Bear Mountain.
Three weeks ago, a violent late winter storm, full of torrential rain and lashing wind, broke the back of the chalet, partially collapsing the building. The owner (but not resident) of Dunwich, Lord Vrekka Datann, surveyed the damage and decided it was repairable. Carpenters from Riverspan were contracted to begin repairs the following week.
However, a fire broke that night, scorching the remains. Lord Datann decreed the chalet to be unsalvagable and cleared away the debris.
Construction tarps went up the next day, and Lord Datann was spotted in the village with a large crate with the stamp of the Daru. A few short days later, a massive oak tree soon rose above the banks of the Trosk. Craftsmen from Riverspan and residents of Stone Springs lent their skills and soon a breezy treehouse graced the oak, its roots surrounded by a stone wall and lush garden.
This new estate, the Datann Estate, speaks of the very interesting leadership for the village of Stone Springs.