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Eben Manor

The Manor of Sir Eben the famous adventurer. Our hero is bieng petitioned by the local town folk to slay a marauding band of bandits.

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Furor Queen of the Fae gave trespassing mortals a warning. She only gives 1

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Halthas Beacon Tower

Kingdom serves as a warning in case of an invading force. Should the flame die, Halthas will prepare for war.

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High Hold Trading

The High Hold trading company escorts merchants and transports goods through the dangerous High Hold mountain pass. The pass can save merchants months of travel for their wares which combined with the stellar reputation of Quathos Steelmane and his crew make this route irresistable for the more ambitous and more dangerous for would be bandits.

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Joan of Arc

Claiming divine guidance, Joan led the French army to several important victories during the Hundred Years' War, which paved the way for the coronation of Charles VII of France

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Knights' Plea

Their beloved king struck down on the battlefield, the crown knights bring their dying king to the black forest to the legendary apothecary guild; the Forest Magi, hoping for ancient remedies that will save their liege.

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Library of Sanctuary

Entrance to the great library of Santuary.

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Port Jordan

Named after the famous explorer from the Northern AK land, this bustling port features a fishhouse, The Kings Crown Alehouse, and the Port Authority guildhouse.

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Rochester Castle

Strategically placed astride the London Road, guarding an important crossing of the River Medway, this imposing fortress has a complex history of destruction and rebuilding.

Its Norman tower-keep of Kentish ragstone was built about 1127 by William of Corbeil, Archbishop of Canterbury, with the encouragement of Henry I and was the Bulwark of defense for Southeastern England.

In 1215, garrisoned by rebel barons, the castle endured an epic siege by King John. Having first undermined the outer wall, John used the fat of 40 pigs to fire a mine under the keep, bringing its southern corner crashing down. Even then the defenders held on, until they were eventually starved out after resisting for two months.

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The Great Library of Sanctuary stands as the greatest store of knowledge in the known world. Travelers come far and wide to seek knowledge from its vast collection and many treaties are drawn here as it is neutral ground and thus outside the direct influence of any one kingdom.

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