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  • Session 16

    The session started well enough. Ragthorn, Caiora and Guldir were in the great library of the Austere Academy of the Arts, Sciences and Arcane, and had just spent several hours trawling through great tomes, filling their heads with knowledge and their …

  • Session 18

    The group wearily pushed open the door to The Rusty Spoon, the tavern they were using as a base of operations. It had been a long day. Guldir and Ragthorn had staked out the Fox and Toad, a rather classy establishment up the road from their current …

  • Session 20

    With one last kick to the sides of old Shane, tied up securely, the party hefted their weapons and wands and started to search the complex below the mask shop. A series of disturbing letters and diaries were unearthed, revealing sordid secrets and …

  • Session 21 Summary & Announcements

    h2. UPDATE: I am reconsidering using the honour system at all. I will talk it over with the group at the next session. UPDATE: A couple of people have asked why the fame is as it is/what is the progression. Basically, a character starts with fame …

  • Elidir

    h2. A large city and the Capital of [[Isger]]. Elidir is the capital city of Isger. It is a walled city of around 18,000 people, mainly human of Isgeri descent, though Chelaxians are also common. There is a sizable population of gnomes (around 700) …

  • Fort Solitude

    Fort Solitude: A formidable castle that squats imposingly above the Rose River, many locals avert their eyes rather than look upon the source of “order and discipline” in Elidir. A contingent of Hellknights are stationed here to guard the Steward, and …

  • Rosden Market

    The meeting point for all who come through [[Elidir]], Rosden market is not as large as other markets in other capital cities, though no less filthy, chaotic or full of buyers and sellers. Most of the fresh produce in the city is sold here, along with a …

  • Observatory

    Observatory of Maximus II: first established following the immigration of a wealthy Chelaxian family (the Leroung family) in 4361, the observatory maintains records and measurements of the stars as seen in Elidir for the last 350 odd years. It is also …

  • Church of Sarenrae

    A slightly ailing yet well-attended building that overlooks the crime-ridden district of Floater’s Paradise. While every second person in the district is a thug or cutpurse, all sins are cleansed in the holy fires burning in the inner sanctum of the …

  • Church of Asmodeus

    Situated on a slight rise in the riverside district of Gosland, this temple is newly constructed of red-veined marble from Osirion. The temple itself is lavishly decorated, and sits upon the site of an old temple to Cayden Cailean. Attendance is often …

  • Windy Square

    Looked over by the city watch outpost of Quarterwatch on a nearby hill, this square houses a solemn reminder of the justice of the stewards. The southern winds warm the corpses that swing from numerous gibbets, and the mood is fearful.

  • Dinko

    Dinko: the tavern, named after the drinking game, named after the hero… or was that the other way around? The hero was Dinko Goblinsmasher, a peasant-cum-barbarian of some repute, who was rumoured to have destroyed the heads of a hundred goblins, all …

  • Guttercoin

    The first port of call for many travellers, particularly those who cannot afford the long wait or taxes imposed at Southgate. A rather seedy and disreputable den of commerce that nevertheless houses several excellent bakeries and an alley devoted to …

  • The Rusty Spoon

    A tavern in Littleboot, it is frequented by all sorts of unusual characters, including a higher-than-usual proportion of halflings. The rooms are slightly cramped, though not so cramped as at the Cracked Mug, and you might get a view of the street from …

  • The Laughing Knave

    A mask shop in Brodwell, near the base of Augustina hill. The site of a cult to the dark pantheon of Zon-Kuthon, Norgorber and Abraxas. The party raided the premises on 5th Desnus 4697, killing four wizards and capturing two apprentices. After delving …

  • The Cracked Mug

    It's a dwarven bar, basically like a biker bar, located in Littlehelm. The innkeeper is a righteous female dwarf named Khali. She was once an adventurer, but retired after defeating the Lich of the Deadfen Moor.

  • The Suspicious Sausage

    A crusty tavern in Southdoor surrounded by crowded streets and run-down buildings. Its neighbours include a derelict shed and the small home of a woman named Meda. The inn is a sprawling single storey wooden building, with unusually low ceilings. …

  • Toad and Fox

    In Rosden, near the market. The street outside is shaded by large trees. The inn is a two-storey timber and brick building, with a small walled yard and garden. It was once a manor house, and has a collection of artwork. Accommodations consist of several …

  • Isger

    Isger (pronounced IZ-guhr) is a vassal state of [[Cheliax]]. In the eyes of Cheliax it is not so much a sovereign nation as a glorified trade route. Isger is officially ruled by Steward Helmund II but it is an open secret that he takes his orders from …

  • Thog Oakencock

    The proprietor of the [[Dinko | Dinko]] establishment. He is notorious for his oaken prosthetic, which is in full working order. Thog was a partner of Dinko Goblinsmasher, and retired to create the tavern when Dinko was killed in the line of duty. Thog …

  • Tetra del Arcuno

    Little known about her. There are hints that [[:markus-yellowteeth | Markus Yellowteeth]] was romantically involved with her long ago. She is the current head of The Austere Academy of Arts, Sciences and the Arcane in [[Elidir | Elidir]].