Selfwyn Bank

A large stone building just beyond the market square to the Northeast houses the Rainsford branch of the Selfwyn bank. The building is constructed of black granite like much of Rainsford, but the color of it is accented by white marble inlays around the windows and a large marble statue out front of the bank’s founder Ælor Selfwyn. Above the gate is a large gilded portcullis which is purely for ornamental purposes and clearly does not close. This building with it’s obvious display of wealth would be a likely target for thieves if it weren’t for the pair of fearsome looking guards that are always positioned to either side of the door.

Selfwyn Bank

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