Shadows of Beldorn
Falling Rock has two claims. It was the site of several mining disasters and to the east of falling rock the falling rock wine.
The town was once a mining community with a significant amount of dwarves living in it. The mines were a Iron producer for Chimorrow.
The mine has a sinister reputation. It was named the glory hole by the dwarves and humans who were the inhabitants of this town. The mine was an iron mine and the iron ore was of a fine grade. Processing equipment was built and was being smelted to be sent to various places. The miners discovered a new chamber about three layers down. This chamber was old, predating and had what appeared to be an idol within it. The miners backed out of the chamber, worried about what they had seen.
Two days later, a section of the mine collapsed, killing several miners. Many of those who survived say that they saw a shadowy shape somewhere about the collapsing section. Soon many of the dead miners relatives began to see their deceased members in what they thought were their dreams.
Next a smelter exploded, killing the guild dwarves who lived there. Again a shadowy figure was seen.
The ruling authority of the town called in for aid from the priest of Mystra and an Oracle to see if there was any solution to the mystery. The two had barely began their investigation when the Oracle was killed in an accident, the Oracles head was crushed by a support beam that came down and also killed two of the dwarves that were with him.
The cleric of Mystra then went insane and attacked several of the townspeople before being brought down. The final straw was an fire that spread through the town and destroyed most of the mining equipment
the towns population was about 1500 people. Now it is deserted.
There was a temple to Mystra and a temple to Dumathoin within the community.