Oleg is a middle aged man with no-nosesne attitude and fierce pride. Oleg decided to move to such a remote location to get away from the constant machinations and political maneuverings that dominated urban life in Omrpetarr. ALl Oleg ever really wanted …
Lorewalker Gosu left the cloister in Rostland to travel the world and retain all the ink wrought wisdom contained in books, to honor his god Irori. During his travels, his faith solidified, but he knew that he could not accomplish his goals as either a …
a traveling cleric and hunter who heard of the exploration charter and came to Oleg’s to offer his help
King Noleski Surtova
King Noleski Surtova sits upon the Dragonscale Throne, while his sister Natala Surtova reigns as unofficial “queen,” as her brother is as yet unmarried.
The Surtova crest is a gray ship against a field of blue below and black above, the upper shield …
Lord Mayor Ioseph Sellemius
Happs is a crude and foul-mouthed man who turned to banditry after he was caught running a protection racket in [[Restov | Restov]] while also, in theory, serving as a soldier and city guard.
The leader of the Thorn Ford camp bandits is a woman named Kressle, a sadistic criminal and career bandit who grew up in the River Kingdoms. Never spending more than a week in one spot, banditry is in her blood—as a young child she was already helping her …
Kesten is a member of one of Brevoy’s noble houses. Kesten and his men set their small tents up just south of the stable, in the shadow of the palisade.
Although the Greenbelt is far from safe, the seclusion promised is too much to resist for some, such as local eccentric and potion-maker Bokken. His manner is that of a nervous bird or a jittery child, and his speech is swift and clipped as if he’s eager …
After helping the group in the fight against the [[:stag-lord | Stag Lord]], Akiros Ismort was enlisted as Spymaster.