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  • The Uldoon Trail

    The sun is setting as you begin your dinner at Outpost G2. There are two outposts between Greenest and Iriabor called G2 and I2. Each outpost is two days from its respective municipality as per the initial. It's a stupid name but someone obviously …

  • The Mercenaries Meet on the Road

    Experience Recap: 9 defeated kobolds: 9X25= 225/3 = 75 each. Role play experience: 25 each. Torrgon: 200 XP Thorne: 100XP Hammerhand: 100XP 300XP needed for level two. Intel from the kobolds: The kobold spills his story with one look …

  • Prisoners at the Mill

    Intelligence Gathered: Catured kobold stated: "No kill! No kill! He da bosses! I tell you everything. Come here. Take gold. Lots of gold back to base. Take, take, take. Be riches for dragons. Big boss dragons. I do as told. No kill! Please …

  • Curtis Talbott

    Talbott looks blankly not quite comprehending what Valkur is saying, but then his eyes once again go wide with the realization of what's at stake. He speaks faster; a bead of sweat drips down his brow. "Severin Silrajin has immense wealth and power. …

  • The Battle for Greenest

    Experience Points gained: 9 kobolds: 25 X 9 = 225 2 Ambush drakes: 100 X 2 = 200 Surrender of Curtis Talbott: 200 Saving the Mill: 150 Battling Cyanwrath: 350 Total XP: 1,125 / 3 = 375 each Torrgon: 425 + 375 = 800 Thorne: 325 + 100 (RP XP) …

  • The Warlock of Belial

    The dream is confusing and refreshing, but you feel something change. The dream becomes brighter and brighter. Lathander is gone. The images of Oghma, Waukeen, Lurue, Gond and Lliira, Torrgon Drake-Slayer, Ned Hammerhand, Ryan, Belinda and Theon are …

  • Janelle Nighthill

    For Torrgon: "Hero of Greenest, you awaken. I am Janelle Nighthill First Lady of the Greenfields encompassing the cities of Greenest, Berdusk, and Iriabor. I owe you a great debt. You see, the Governor and I were visiting Huntington the Reeve of …

  • Home Page

    For years, rumors of war and death have permeated the local inns and pubs. Strange cults, unholy alliances, terrible monsters, deaths, and sorrows seem to be the main themes of the stories these days. Fortunately, the towns folk have been able to ignore …

  • Main Page

    The wiki includes necessary information on the different towns, monsters, magic items, and history of the region.

  • The Sword Coast

    Commerce along the Trade Way and other caravan routes binds the city-states of the Sword Coast. The coast itself is treacherous, featuring undersea reefs, rocky outcroppings, and a soft, mucky bottom that extends for miles in many areas. There are no …

  • Greenest

    Population: 920 Demographics: 71% Humans, 19% Halflings, 4% Dwarves, 3% Elves, 1% Half-Elves, 2% Other Government: Republic – elected city council appoints a governor Ruler: Governor Nighthill Religion: Chauntea, Waukeen, Kelemvor Greenest is the …

  • Beregost

    Population: 2,800 Demographics: 60% Humans, 18% Halflings, 6% Elves, 6% Dwarves, 4% Half-Elves, 4% Gnomes, 2% Others Government: Theocracy Ruler: The High Priest of Lathander, advised by a five-member town council Religion: Lathander Beregost is …

  • Iriabor

    Population: 16,000 This city is sometimes called the Overland City because it’s the easternmost outpost of the Vale and carries caravan trade on the Dusk Road over the rapids and cataracts of the upper Chionthar, linking up with the Trader’s Road that …

  • Currency

    When bartering for goods and services no longer meets the needs of commerce, the people of the Realms turn to using precious metals and gems. Coins Copper: Copper coins are known as coppers, copper pieces, or, in Cormyr, copper “thumbs”. Sembia …

  • The Mercenaries of Uldoon Trail

    The Boom times created greater pressures on municipalities to protect their citizens. It also became more difficult to maintain a standing army as conscripts were often more interested in making money in the market. As a result, municipalities banded …

  • Faerûnian Pantheon

    Major Gods Auril: LE goddess of winter Azuth: LN god of wizards Bane: LE god of tyranny Beshaba: CE goddess of misfortune Bhaal: NE god of murder Chauntea: NG goddess of agriculture Cyric: CE god of lies Deneir: NG god of writing Eldath: NG …

  • Theon Stover

    Originally a pickpocket on the streets of Loudwater, Theon escaped from authorities and made his way south. He joined the Mercenaries of Uldoon Trail to make some coin and learn the area. He doesn’t like to see hard working farmers suffering and figured …

  • Belinda Wolfe

    Belinda joined the mercenaries at a young age and felt she fit in better with the men than dainty little girls. A strong fighter she seems loyal only to her friends that fight with her, but she won’t put up with any nonsense.

  • Torrgon "Torr" Hillbrand

    Torr grew up in his home village located in the Nether Mountains. He was trained as a fighter, as all young dwarves are, to defend their territory. Torr was always a little different than the rest of his clan, he preferred the outdoors and held a secret …

  • Lathander (aka Anders) Thorne

    Gender: Male Bald Very little body hair 5'9" 135lbs The orphanage in which he was raised called him Lathander in the hope that it might have a positive impact on the boy's life. Always in trouble for stealing from the small merchants, so much so …

  • Nedgar Hammerhand

    Nedgar (like Edgar) Hammerhand is not his father's (Sedric) Hammerhand. Lord Sedric is a rough and ready leader of men, his son Ned, is not. Sedic and his other three sons are tall and strong, drawn to the sword and the horse, Ned is not. Ned is if …

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