From top to bottom: The least, lesser, greater and Siberys Mark of Hospitality

The Mark of Hospitality grants those who bear it powers related to both food and shelter.

House[edit | edit source]

House Ghallanda members bear the Mark of Hospitality and make use of their abilities both on their native plains as well as running the lucrative Hostelers Guild. While the guild may not own every inn and restaurant in town they do enforce strict standards that must match their own levels of quality and comfort. Those who lack dragonmarks within the house are still able to run some of the finest establishments in all of Khorvaire and, mark or no, members of House Ghallanda take pride in their services.

Marks[edit | edit source]

  • Least: Unseen servant 1/day or purify food and drink or prestidigitation 2/day; +2 bonus on Diplomacy checks
  • Lesser: Create food and water or Leomund's secure shelter 1/day
  • Greater: Heroes feast or Mordenkainen's magnificent mansion 1/day

Siberys[edit | edit source]

  • Refuge 1/day

References[edit | edit source]

Eberron Campaign Setting. Keith Baker, Bill Slavicsek, & James Wyatt (2004). Wizards of the Coast. ISBN 0-7869-3274-0.

Dragonmarks & Houses
Mark of Detection (House Medani) • Mark of Finding (House Tharashk) • Mark of Handling (House Vadalis) • Mark of Healing (House Jorasco) • Mark of Hospitality (House Ghallanda) • Mark of Making (House Cannith) • Mark of Passage (House Orien) • Mark of Scribing (House Sivis) • Mark of Sentinel (House Deneith) • Mark of Shadow (House Phiarlan, House Thuranni) • Mark of Storm (House Lyrandar) • Mark of Warding (House Kundarak)

Aberrant Marks (House Tarkanan) • Mark of Death† (House Vol†)

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