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  • Opinicus Claw

    The claw from the corpse of a dead opinicus, a rare beast found only in the Elmswell and the legendary guardians of [[Ageutia]], this claw has a hole bored in it and a leather strap threaded through. It was given to [[:achim]] by [[:elentys]]. It is …

  • Mappe of the Palace

    This map was found in the wreckage of [[:achim]]'s former apartment. [[:dagrin]] promptly identified it as a charcoal map made on an old piece of parchment torn from a book, with acid used to remove the ink. The red ink handwriting is similar to someone …

  • Ageutia

    The primary city of the Marchlandes and, as the seat of the March-meet which begins each year on November 1st, the de facto capital. It is currently facing tensions within …

  • History

    !http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/54221/his.jpg(His)! Years are marked as Res, which stands for Restoration, referencing the restoration of a continuous written history following the destruction of all written records. There's no standardized …

  • Battle of the Frozen River

    Fought on May 21st, 27Res. An important event in the [[History]] of the War of Separation, the Battle of the Frozen River, was fought during unseasonably cold weather which froze the River Dans, allowing the cavalry of Ardune cross only to be utterly …

  • Battle of Fallen Oaks

    Fought on August 20th, 39Res. The most important battle in the [[History]] of the War of Separation, the Battle of Fallen Oaks, was fought after a massive storm levels the camp of the main army of Ardune in the Marchlandes, they are attacked and …

  • Treaty of Ageutia

    An important event in the [[History]] of the Marchlandes, which occured on July 9th, 40Res. Following the victory at the [[Battle of Fallen Oaks]], the Kingdom of Ardune was forced to sign the Treaty of Ageutia, which ended the War of Separation and …

  • Etent Bills

    !http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/54305/etentbill.png(Etentbill)! The Guards of Etent, also known as the Etent Bills. After multiple run-ins, the Guards are now familiar with the party (at least, the morning shift including [[:lawren]] and [[: …

  • Street Urchins of Etent

    After [[:achim]] gave some poor children of [[Etent]] free [[:landlord|"pork"]] sausages they have become loyal to the seigneur, willing to give him practical assistance, and if he threw in some coin, probably some pretty dirty work too.

  • Anrtin

    Masons, carpenters, and fur traders all operate in Anrtin, which has made it a reasonable affluent neighborhood, as all are in constant demand (though the latter mostly for the wealthy). The vast forests outside of [[Ageutia]] has led to low prices for …

  • Ates

    Ates is where the city of [[Ageutia]] originally grew from, and contains the oldest buildings in the city, most notable of them is the great racetrack. All stables are located in Ates, and the entire pulse of the neighborhood is centered around horses. …

  • Enchliss

    !http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/54322/echliss.png(Echliss)! Echliss owes it's heraldry to the fact that it is where all beehives are located, as well as being where all foodstuffs are imported, stored, and distributed throughout [[Ageutia]]. …

  • Engus

    Engus was founded by the semi-mythic figure of Farvel Engus (who is as mythic as a person who lived 120 years ago can be), who according to legend once sailed on a ship on the ocean (most people dismiss this as an obvious fairy tale, of course). In the …

  • Erot

    Though [[Hinys]] might be the wealthiest of the neighborhoods, Erot current holds all the power. Erot is where all jewelers work and, far more importantly, all wizard shops. Most wizards, in fact, all live within Erot, and [[:paros-the-golden]] still …

  • Hinys

    Three things make Hinys both the most famous and the wealthiest of the neighborhoods of [[Ageutia]]: smiths, bards, and beer. All metalworking and trading is done within Hinys; all theatres, conservatories, and troupes operate out of Hinys; and all …

  • Treend

    Famous for it's leather-working and bright, resilient dyes across not only the Marchlandes but even as far as the Kingdom (rumors say that orc chieftains prize Treend dyed fabrics above all other plunder), this is also a large part of Treend's general …

  • Etent

    !http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/54323/etent.png(Etent)! Etent serves only one purpose: a place to keep all the metics and foreigners. Metics are permanent residents of [[Ageutia]] who were not born there, and thus are not full citizens. However …

  • Highmoor

    A series of moors along the River Dans along the east [[Ufden]], north of [[Ageutia]]. The Highmoor is cut off from the Lowmoor by [[Hoort|a chain of volcanoes]]. Unlike the Lowmoor, there are very few people who live in the Highmoor, as the land is …

  • Lowmoor

    So named for its long, gently sloping hills, the Lowmoor is divided by [[Hoort|a series of volcanoes]] from the rugged [[Highmoor]]. Though desolate by any rural farming standards, it has largely been tamed and transformed by shepherds and orchard …

  • Caen

    Caen is [[Ageutia]]'s port along the meeting of the River Dans and the River Rur. It has a small permanent population of a hundred or so people, though its docks are always filled with people moving cargo in and out. A number of wealthy residents of …

  • Treegate

    Treegate is the most important settlement in the Ufden, and also marks the southern border of the [[Little Ufden]]. It sprung up at the meeting place of the Western Road and the River Wal, which made it the central commercial center of the Ufden and the …

  • Nani Vigneto

    A vineyard outside of [[Caen]], a dozen or so miles away from [[Ageutia]]. Formerly owned by [[:oigri]], it was acquired by [[:dagrin]] via Oigri's will after it was discovered they were cousins (even if Dagrin publicly slandered Oigri and was indirectly …

  • Lawren

    Captain of the [[Etent Bills]] in [[Ageutia]], Lawren wore magnificent armor. [[:thomas]] served under him on the morning shifts. Dedicated to upholding the law, he was impressed by the conviction shown by [[:dagrin]], [[:red]], and [[:achim]] and was …

  • Landlord

    Also a part time butcher, he was [[:achim]]'s landlord, well resented for his high prices, and eventually tortured to death by Achim. He rather uselessly dying of a heart attack mid confession about the nature of the assassin. He was ground up into …

  • Inquisitor / Econ the Golden

    The man investigating the mysterious criminal at large in [[Ageutia]]. He is stony, laconic, soft spoken, and has an impressive beard by anyone's standards. He is [[:paros-the-golden]]'s older brother. Certain the party was innocent, he regardless …

  • Red

    Red is slightly shorter than average, with an unusually thin, gaunt appearance. His face shows not only signs of age, but also of ill health, or at least a history of it. His eyes, while sunken are perpetually alert and often in motion, and contain always …

  • Dagrin Tokaast

    Dagrin is on the taller side for a [[Dwarves|Dwarf]], but not especially so. His skin is tanned, slightly weathered & often a little dirty, thanks to time spent trudging through caves and tunnels. His hair is long & unbraided—adding to his slightly …

  • Élentys Paros-daughter

    Daughter of [[:paros-the-golden]], Dictator of All [[Ageutia]], and heir apparent to the House of Gold, she is easily the most desirable woman in Ageutia, if not all the Marchlandes. After learning about [[:achim]], she decided to meet him, and seems to …

  • Boecio

    A sickly yet highly intelligent boy of around ten or so. He leads [[Street Urchins of Etent|a gang of urchins]], and has a knack of theft and information gathering. He has entered the service of [[:achim]] after he fed Boecio and his gang some free [[: …

  • Oigri the Handsome

    Although born in [[Oeft]], being the handsomest dwarf in [[Ageutia]]--if not the handsomest man entirely--combined with his natural charms and abilities as an orator has made him a wildly successful businessman and organizer of merchant unions. In turn …