Towns and Villages

  • Near Teontia
    • Morwilde – small farming village beyond the western wood, carved out of the harsh hills and woodland, this peaceful place sits south of the Red Dawn.
      • Governed by themselves, they have meetings regularly to decide on changes/efforts to be made.
      • Disputes are settled by a tradition learned from the Red Dawn itself, the accused, or challenger is made to walk across hot coals for 10 paces. After 3 days of bandaged healing, if their feet are most healed they are innocent/correct. If they are completely healed, they are offered restitution.
      • Population: 24 – mostly farmers
      • Guardsmen are made up of about 5 of the young men of the village
    • Summersteppe
    • Volmont
      • Located at the western tip of Kraken’s Tentacle.
      • Moderately large town, Volmont gets a lot of trade from down the tributaries.
      • It’s population is mixed, but it was originally a dwarven town, so they are the primary race.
      • Operated/Governed by the Miths & Legends Mining Group
    • Servale
      • Hamlet
      • Servale has been under the purview of the Funch family for generations. They compose 19 out of the 23 people that live in the town.
      • The town is mostly quiet, with few issues, but when one does arise the disputes are solved through Trial by Combat. This is restricted to those of age, but all genders participate in this custom. The two parties who are at odds are placed into an area, alone with naught but the clothes on their backs. They fight until one cedes to the other. This is not to the death, but some do get injured in the process. As a result, the town is simultaneously one of the tougher populations you might find out in the farmlands of the Delta, but also more reserved, so as to avoid unnecessary conflict.
    • Embury
  • Southern Marshlands
    • Imborough
      • Small City
      • Government: Ruled by a lord, who has a castle established at one end of the town.
      • Chief Export: Bricks and mortar.
      • Special Events:
        • Brick Layer’s Ball – In which the town gathers to celebrate brick and all the wealth it has brought them. People celebrate by building brick ovens in the town square, where they bake a mighty feast and share in it through a week of celebrations.
    • Minton
      • Medium Town
      • Government: Ruled by a council of elders, they can be elected if the town loses confidence in the judgement of any one elder.
        • There is a family of minor nobles who live in the town, but they are fine with maintaining a hands off style of rule. They often interact with several of the villagers on a familiar basis.

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