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People

  • Alfonce – Mercenary who traveled with Destan Volay for a number of years and trained him as a fighter.
  • Ayers, Emery (aka “Destan Volay”) – Son of Victor Ayers. Currently a fugitive of the state.
  • Ayers, Florence – Daughter of Victor Ayers.
  • Ayers, Katherine – Widow of Victor Ayers.
  • Ayers, Vincent (deceased) – A marquis of Armenac.
  • Bernard – Prince of Armenac. Advised by Duke Laurent de Bellomey.
  • Catherine – Queen of Armenac.
  • Darora the Midwife – A prisoner of the Fate Hunters.
  • Derakshan the Dark – A powerful wizard said to live in a secret, ever-moving, underground lair.
  • Erinsbell, Tok – A prisoner of the Fate Hunters.
  • Evermoon, Immenis – An Eladrin Lord famous for his powerful magical abilities
  • Evermoon, Fadris (aka “Svatantrya”) – An Eladrin warlock removed from existence due to a pact with a Fey spirit.
  • Fellmar, Convey – Tiefling Psion seeking deeper knowledge of his own race and the accurate history of the tiefling.
  • Fellmar, Faith – Tiefling mother of Convey. Left the Willow Wood to evade Laurent de Bellomey.
  • Fellmar, Hortense (aka “The Spymaster”, deceased) – Human father of Convey. Served Laurent de Bellomey.
  • Greyspar, Adric – Son of Jedamar Grayspar, member of the Third Legion.
  • Grayspar, Jedamar (aka, “The DemonSlayer”) – a legendary wizard. Currently missing, his tower ransacked.
  • The HoundMaster (deceased) – A boorish, crash slug of a man who tends Duke Laurent’s hounds. Also used for nefarious task like beating up old women. Lo-kag’s last boss.
  • Julian – Cardinal of Armenac, title granted by King Pomponne III.
  • Kakrow – Member of jackalwere pack that attacked party. They was directed to ambush anyone who returned to monastery, under orders of The Fate Hunters (Oracon).
  • Kole, Sarin – The apprentice of Gerard Visendion who stabbed him in the back. Tried to sacrifice a bunch of prisoners to summon aberrations.
  • Kilvin – Artificer working in Abri. Provided the party with a letter of introduction to the King.
  • Laurent (Duke of Bellomey) – This noble’s fame dwarfs even the Crown’s. He is intelligent, charismatic, and his luck is unparalleled.
  • Lo-Kag – Goliath fighter who briefly traveled with the party before trapping them in The Library of Jerudim.
  • Elder Nook – A halfling elder of Willow Wood who presides over a small chapel that pays service to many gods. Shamash has promised to buy his book on comparative religion.
  • Jarbrass, Wycker – A 10 year old prisoner who recounts stories told to him by Hark Telvin.
  • Orakon – Minotaur member of the Fate Hunters.
  • Pomponne IV – King of Armenac. Currently in failing health.
  • Romain (Duke of Ilefort) – Friend of Laurent de Bellomey.
  • Sherben, Faerquar – A female half-elven minstrel. Flirted with Taldarin.
  • Telvin, Hark – A deceased prisoner who told his fellow prisoners about the great mages of the land.
  • Thibault, Anne – Marquess of Armenac, title granted to her family by King Pomponne III.
  • Thunderstrike, Shamash – Dragonborn on a holy journey, hoping to found a new community of Bahamut worshipers.
  • Thunderstike, Tarnash – brother of Shamash, and renowned hero of his clan.
  • Tristan (Duke of Durant) – Lord under under the sway of Laurent (who has evidence Tristan is sleeping with his maids.)
  • Tumal, Kwon – A half-orc prisoner of the Fate Hunters.
  • Visendion, Gerard – The apprentice of Victor Ayers who was jealous of Emery Ayers and for being kept from Ayers secrets. Worked for the Duke, but was blinded and had his hands cut off, presumably by his apprentice, Sarin Kole.
  • Wetbush, Servalan – Head of the Armenac military.
  • Wetbush, Travis – Cleric of Avandra former member of Fate Hunters. Witnessed the slaughter at Delvin’s Ford, where he refused to help and was charged with treason.

Places

  • Abri – The capital city of Armenac.
  • Arkhosia – The world-spanning empire of the dragons.
  • Armenac – A prosperous and enlightened nation of provinces ruled by King Pomponne IV. Capital Abri.
  • Bellomey – A province of Armenac, ruled by Laurent.
  • Benstone Hills – A dwarven township, home of the Grayspars.
  • Darshan – Country bordering the East of Armenac.
  • Delvin’s Ford – Small Armenac town on the border of Darshan.
  • Dorvor – A Dwarven kingdom to the north of Armenac ruled by a council of generals.
  • Durand – A province of Armenac, ruled by Duke Tristan.
  • Hoof and Stars – An inn in the Wings of Abri.
  • Hammer and Tongs – A tavern in the outskirts of Abri that primarily serves dwarves. It is the unofficial center of the Dwarven community in Abri.
  • Hritali – Country bordering the West of Armenac.
  • Ilefort (EEL-for) – A province of Armenac, ruled by Duke Romain.
  • The Library of Jerudim – A library hidden in the mountains once guarded by a now-deceased clan of Dragonborn.
  • Spagga – A small town on the edge of a swamp. Has a statue of Jedamar Greyspar who defeated the Lizard King of the swamp.
  • Willow Wood – A small, one-inn village in the midst of a forest of the same name on the border of Bellomey. Run by a council of nine elders.

Things

  • Black Claw – Goblin tribe that entered the Library of Jerudim to learn the secrets of Goblin Queens.
  • Dragon Wars – The period 50 years ago when Arkhosia collapsed in on itself in sudden violent fury. In the Dark Ages of its aftermath, there are no dragons and few dragonborn.
  • Fate Hunters – Organization under the control of the Duke of Laurent, identified by tin rings with a small bump on them. They are accumulating an army.
  • Priory of Darning – Secret society accused of high treason against the crown of Armenac.
  • Staff of Seven Kings – Artifact claimed from demons by Jedamar Grayspar. Rumored to have fate-manipulating powers.
  • Third Legion – the elite Dwarven Axewarrior Infantry
  • The University – A loose group of mages in Abri who sell their services

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