Haven is a medium-sized village in Windhill County, located near Lake Sidna and the Lancepike Range. It has a population of 1,254 and covers a territory of 250 acres including farmlands. Buildings are made of wood with 3 stories maximum; most are similar in appearance, with white paint and wedge-shaped tiled roofs of varying colors. Its durable and spacious streets and roads are made of flat stone slate, and vegetation can be seen growing among the buildings.
The village's primary source of income are farming and siring; it is a middle-class settlement with an overall happy population and stable internal and external relations. Haven was recently released from a band of outlaws who murdered its mayor and attempted to enslave the entire population. While the crisis lasted several weeks, the settlement was freed overnight when a gang of strangers wiped out all opposition. Their leader, Daneka, brought order back to the village and was soon made the new mayor. House Condrey officially recognized the settlement's new leader days after the incident, and issued an apology for not sending reinforcements sooner.
Most travelers on their way to Aston or Loria's western provinces stop by Haven to partake of its many services, such as lodging, food, smithy, weaving and even healing.