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"This is about as exciting as the time Uncle Deckard and I spent the summer in Bramwell. People are quite boring there."

Leah(src)
Bramwell

Bramwell

Bramwell is a village situated in Westmarch.

LoreEdit

An ancient city, Bramwell consists of stone buildings two and three stories tall, the stones cut and carried from the nearby mountains. Forest surrounds the city on three of its sides, while the fourth faces out to the Gulf of Westmarch. It is fed by the Sweetwater River, which allows small ships to navigate further inland, and provide irrigation to the farms surrounding the city.[1] Campgrounds are located outside the city for merchants to do business, and entry to the city is through an iron gate (usually left open, as per the city's reliance on trade).[2] Zakarum is, or at least was, the dominant faith.[1]

HistoryEdit

Early HistoryEdit

Centuries before the return of the Prime Evils to Sanctuary, Bramwell occupied a position of prominence. Situated in highlands, it had been far enough away from Westmarch that it had its own economy. In its heyday, along with farming, it had a bountiful whaling industry. By 1263 however, its heyday was long gone, its whaling fleet having been reduced to ships manned by families who maintained the practice out of tradition. The fever that swept through the town eight years prior didn't help either.[1] The town survived mostly on farming and trade through Westmarch and Kingsport.

Around the same time of Diablo's awakening in Tristram, it was here that Buyard Cholik set up the first church of the Way of Dreams, a cult dedicated to the prophet Dien-Ap-Sten. However, his plans were thwated by Darrick Lang.[1]

FortificationEdit

By 1285, the town had been refurbished, and its walls increased in height. Due to Phantom abductions, the city was in a state of unease when the Horadrim arrived there.[2]

Known InhabitantsEdit

TriviaEdit

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  • Bramwell's exact location seems to differ between products. In The Black Road, it is mentioned as being situated north-northwest of Westmarch. In the world map for Diablo III, it is set east-southeast of Westmarch, on the eastern coast. In the map provided in Book of Cain, it is situated further inland, towards the western coast. The article proper mainly goes by its description in The Black Road, for it is the most detailed.

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 The Black Road
  2. 2.0 2.1 Storm of Light

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