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  • Marienburg

    !(media-item-align-right)http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/55773/marbadge.jpg(Marienburg Coat of Arms)!Ruler: Staadtholder Luitpold van Rasmerswijk Census Population: 135,000 Marienburg is a city of islands, bridges and canals. When travellers …

  • Wasteland

    Ruler: Staadtholder Luitpold van Rasmerswijk Estimated Population: 150,000, including Marienburg Once the Wasteland didn't deserve that name. Long before [[Humans]] had come to the Old World, the lands around the mouth of the [[Reik River|Reik]] were …

  • Foyles Rock

    A small island within the waterways of [[Marienburg]], it was once home to a temple to Solkan, which was later reduced to only a few knee-high ruins, occasionally inhabited by an odd hermit or two. Underneath this was a multi-level underground library, …

  • Dancing Hamlet

    A cluster of cottages and a small inn, serving as a remote, largely unvisited farming hamlet. In the winter of 2511, the whole community, humans and animals alike, were caught up in the pipe music of [[Muuthauwg]] and followed him, dancing as best they …

  • Grimpengratz

    A small, walled, cabbage farming village, deep in the [[Wasteland]]. Its surprisingly large inn, the Muddy Mule, is run by the halfling Inigo Lightfoot and his daughter Lilith. Grimpengratz was the site of a major [[Fimir]] attack aimed at taking the …

  • Halsdorph

    Once a reasonably successful farming and copper mining town in the western [[Wasteland]], Halsdorph’s best cabbage farming land was swallowed up by the growing swamp around the [[Place of Testing]], which also cut off their main road access to [[ …

  • Manor of the Marsh

    Within the [[Wasteland]], there was a broad, two-storey mansion, apparently left abandoned years ago, so that the local woods grew to swallow it up. In fact, this building dates back to before the independence of the Wasteland, when it was the country …

  • Place of Testing

    Surrounded by an unnatural swamp (known to locals as the Demon Swamp), magically isolated from the world around it, and oozing with the power of [[Chaos]], the Place of Testing was created by the [[Fimir]] Meargh named Kezra over a century ago, to counter …

  • Zandt

    A small farming village along the [[Reik River]], just North of the [[Empire]]-[[Wasteland]] border, Zandt is usually neglected by passing river traffic. In late 2511, the [[Chaos]] troll [[:krustamakish]] began preying on the villagers and their flocks, …

  • Astrid's Colony

    Hidden in the remote western woods of the [[Wasteland]], Sister Astrid's colony is the only safe place in that country for more civilised and peaceful [[Mutants]]. Under the protection of [[Shallya]], the mutants there live the most normal lives they can, …

  • Leydenhoven

    A small, poor farming and fishing town on the [[Reik River]], just a day's travel upriver from [[Marienburg]]. The party, aboard the [[:ungenannt]], tried selling a shipment of aging fish from Marienburg here, but couldn't, so they dumped the fish in the …

  • Rutten

    Rutten is a village along the [[Reik River]], near [[Marienburg]], just downstream from [[Melick]]. The party unsuccessfully tried selling the shipment of doilies carried aboard the [[:ungenannt]] here.

  • Melick

    Rutten is a village along the [[Reik River]], near [[Marienburg]], just upstream from [[Rutten]]. The party unsuccessfully tried selling the shipment of doilies carried aboard the [[:ungenannt]] here.

  • Frederichs Village

    A small farming village in the western [[Wasteland]] composed mainly of huts, with a population of around 80-100 Humans. It was established in the last 7 years by those survivors of villages too near the Gunzenhauser farm, which were ravaged by assorted …

  • Hans von Kleptor

    Von Kleptor lives the life of a wealthy bachelor in [[Marienburg]], where his devotion to [[Ranald]] gives him access to a variety of useful people. He even resembles Ranald, as depicted in [[:apotheosis-of-ranald]], but shrugs this off.

  • Red Scarf

    A reclusive female thief in [[Marienburg]], though rumoured not to be a native of the [[Wasteland]], Red Scarf is known only by her calling card: A single red scarf left at the scene of her burglaries. Her habit was to steal only a small number of very …

  • Erasmus Aaftink

    An older [[Halflings|halfling]], based in an office above a fishmonger's shop in the Suiddock district of [[Marienburg]], he was willing to take on the party's attempt to purchase Boorsboom stocks, after [[Alric Konrad|Alric]] had naively admitted to the …

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