Jerpoint Abbey is a village of 400 people located near a trade route. At one time, it was a large Abbey, home to around 100 monks devoted to a certain deity. Long abandoned by the monks, it has been repurposed as a keep. Its crumbling walls have been patched in places with rougher construction and an outer wall of an earthen berm and piled stones has been added to provide the villagers with rudimentary protection against bandits and monsters. The abbey’s temple has been converted into Lord Gregory’s great hall. Inside the walls of the old abbey, the former monks’ quarters are used for housing, but outside ramshackle shanties or tents suffice.