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  • The Godslayers

    "The Godslayers" was initially the title given to the [[Greenbelt Liberators | Greenbelt Liberators]] after they recovered, and allowed the destruction of, the demon idol, Sharptooth. Seeking to use the party's fearsome reputation to his own ends [[:chief …

  • Hoargulka Tribe

    Little is known about the Hoargulka Tribe, other than it is a tribe of trolls that have recently treated with [[Horde Sootscale | Horde Sootscale]].

  • Oleg Leveton

    Oleg’s Trading Post inhabited the southern edge of Rostland (and thus Brevoy). Owned and operated by a stern and somewhat unimaginative man named Oleg Leveton and his wife [[:svetlana-leveton-35 | Svetlana]], the trading post’s remote location and …

  • Svetlana Leveton

    [[:oleg-17 | Oleg]] and Svetlana were young lovers and all but inseparable growing up. Svetlana can not imagine a life without her husband, indeed, she has never been required to do so. In turn Svetlana is [[:oleg-17 | Oleg's]] strength. Svetlana …

  • Isabeau Javair

    Originally known only through [[:gravefoot | Gravefoot's]] devotion to "the one who was kind." Captain Javair was a mercenary working out of lower [[Brevoy | Brevoy]] before disappearing. When her mercenary company was ambushed by bandits she was taken …

  • Crazy Bokken

    With a manner of a nervous bird or a jittery child, Bokken's speech is swift and clipped. He is no hater of gold and his eagerness to sell the potions he makes is well known to many of the travelers in the area. He usually sells directly to Oleg, but he's …

  • Kesten Garess

    After an affair between Kesten and a lowborn woman named Tania, a weaver’s daughter, became public knowledge. His father Evan, a cousin of the Garess family patriarch, disowned Kesten, who fled to Restov to serve as a mercenary. He volunteered to lead the …

  • Jhod Kavken

    Few know what brought Jhod to the [[Greenbelt | Greenbelt]], for he says little of his past. For those who grow to know him it is apparent there is a shadow in his past for which he seeks atonement. Jhod is a devout servant of Erastil and has slowly …

  • Tig-Titter-Tut

    Tyg-Titter-Tut has always been curious and prone to dreaming. While many fae are content to leave the mundane world and its inhabitants well enough alone, Tyg has always been fascinated by the world beyond the Narlmarches. She actively seeks outsiders, …

  • Perlivash

    Perlivash is not particularly interested in anyone's affairs but his own. However, he has struck a surprising friendship with the grig, Tyg-Titter-Tut. He has found that the grig's strange attraction to visitors in the Narlmarches provides a rare …

  • Junger the Redeemed

    Given to fanciful tales as a youth, Junger soon turned his meager gift for storytelling into graft and small time swindles that saw him routinely spending time in the stocks. In time the Restov watch commander grew tired of the grifter's cons and Junger …

  • Ahghir

    What little information that is known about Ahghir comes from two sources: [[:gravefoot | Gravefoot]] and a kobold member of [[The Godslayers | The Godslayers]] whom [[:falgrim-sneeg | Falgrim]] coerced into providing information. h6. From Gravefoot: …

  • Falgrim Sneeg

    Falgrim has always preferred to keep his head down and eyes fixed on the job at hand. Ruthlessly pragmatic, Falgrim cares little for those who get in the way of his objective—killing with no satisfaction, but no remorse either, if the job requires it. Not …

  • Chief Sootscale

    Chieftain of the largest tribe of kobolds in the [[Greenbelt | Greenbelt]], The Sootscale tribe's growth was always checked by a hive of mites. The two groups were perpetually locked in a stalemate that seemed never ending. Sootscale believed his luck …

  • Stag Lord

    The Stag Lord never had a name, for his father only called him “boy,” and then only when the old man demanded some sort of backbreaking chore or was looking for something to beat on. He never knew his mother and never knew a proper home—his father, being …