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  • Welcome to Tarmalune

    [[File:434169 | class=media-item-align-center | Ships_Leaving.jpg]] The characters arrived in [[Tarmalune]] traveling together aboard the same ship; the group soon came upon an altercation involving a press gang and one lone Tiefling (PC). After …

  • Lighting The Fire

    [[File:434661 | class=media-item-align-right | 200x150px | Old_Asylum.jpg]]The PCs confronted [[:the-changeling | Lekaral]] in his mansion, a tall stone building showing signs of age and lack of care. Lekaral invited the PCs in and was a cordial host at …

  • Tarmalune

    Tarmalune, the wealthy, bustling, crossroads port city, is the cosmopolitan trading heart of its continent. Self-governing and fiercely independent, yet lacking a standing army, Tarmalune is the largest, wealthiest, and most socially prominent of the …

  • Arendermore

    This is the haughtiest city ward, where the “highcloaks” live. (Tarmalune doesn’t have any formal nobles—that is, persons titled and privileged by birth—but it does have old-money wealthy families and newly risen-to-wealth merchants who crave the …

  • Dawnside

    Dawnside is home to trendy, young newly wealthy (“new-coins”) Tarralune, and those desperately trying to stay young. This fashionable neighborhood is crowded with ostentatiously decorated mansions and ornate coaches, and any building not a mansion is …

  • Copperstreets

    This district is the abode of laborers, where most of the city’s shops, shopkeepers, and “nimblehands” (craft-workers) live. It’s the heart of workaday Tarmalune, where “the tumbling coins that roll us all through life” are made and spent every day. It’s …

  • Maerhavel

    Maerhavel is where most “successful” but not wealthy Tarralune live (such as owners of several shops, and citizens well-enough-off to retire, but who then have to watch their spending). Many tarn-traders dwell in this ward, and it outwardly changes little …

  • Fishstink

    This slum is where the poorest Tarralune dwell, because only those lacking coins enough to afford more expensive lodgings elsewhere will tolerate the reek of rotting fishguts that lingers around the market stalls of the fishmongers who thrive around the …

  • Halagothra

    A famous human in Tarmalune, most regard her with affection and awe. A wrinkled, crotchety old woman (formerly a cook and kitchen washing-maid) who can heal by laying on hands, she tries to heal everyone brought to her, and if successful she always …

  • The Order of Firequenchers

    Formally the Guild of Firewatchers but now known to all Tarralune as “the Firequench Order” (and more often just “the Order”), this increasingly secretive cabal of urban mystics is now headquartered in Citadel Firequench, a basalt fortress built by a long …

  • The Raging Flame

    Hundreds of local tales, tall and otherwise, speak of this pillar of flame. Sometimes it features as an instrument of revenge, or it is portrayed as a fell monster harming those it dislikes and aiding those it favors. Some stories claim dueling wizards …

  • Hamminas Dorn

    Dorn wars endlessly against defiant merchants, the usual thieves and smugglers (merchant shippers who avoid various city taxes through deception, covering an incoming cargo of something highly taxed with a layer of something taxed at a far lower rate), …

  • Elalaran

    A tarn-trader that is secretly operating several press gangs in Tarmalune supplying people to various merchants and ship captains as required. Over a year ago a man named Enleerd approached him offering to pay off a sizeable gambling debt in exchange …

  • The Changeling

    Little is known of this particular Changeling, save that he was hired by Lekaral over a year ago to impersonate not only him, but other people too, including a man named Enleerd. The Changeling also handled the dealings with Elalaran and others too …