Mirana, Flower of the Dale

A statue of Miran Daha stands in the center of town


There a fountain in the center of Delver’s Dale. It is crafted of pink granite. It depicts a beautiful young woman wearing the clothes of a forester, with a wreath of flowers about her brow. In one hand she holds a arrow, in the other an urn, from which water flows continually.


Princess Mirana was the pride and joy of King Brandoch Daha. She died tragically five years ago in a hunting accident. The King was distraught and commissioned the finest sculptors from Aquilonia to carve the likeness of his daughter so that he could look out from his castle walls and see her always.

Mirana, Flower of the Dale

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