NPCs from Gnomes, Tomes & Catacombs.
- Owner of Dusty's Tavern.
- Middle man for adventurers.
- Hired party to get back the Coffin with his Late Mother inside.
- Dwarven wagon driver, old friend of Wyatt's
- Was captured by Goblins, but was freed by the party
- Sheriff of Fen Den.
- Friend of Wyatt's.
- Frequents the ladies of the night.
- Put into early retirement as of Episode 7.
- New Sheriff of Fen Den, replacing the Elderly Sheriff.
- Appointed by the military after the party's heist in Episode 5.
- Tracker in Fen Den.
- Local Dwarf who drinks at Dusty's Tavern.
Lady Blackmare, ClaireEdit
- Widow of Knight Blackmare.
- Estate is a little outside of Fen Den.
- Killed by See Lin while the rest of the party is out of town.
- Sheriff of Gumpbrun.
- Rewarded the party for capturing the Hufschmid Gang.
- Told the party the road to Bon' Theris was closed because of a Hill Giant.
- Bartender at Jack's Inn & Tavern.
- Chad Barbo owes him money.
- Baron of Pernisis
- Major Tavington lead the Rwalwikk cavalry to take the Mistryan town of Honeyreach and sacked it on 1510-08-14, and then sacked Halfhill on 1510-09-27.
- At an unknown date, flirted with Lady Blackmare. Her husband, the Knight Blackmare, was found dead in a spider cave very far from where he was supposed to be assigned.
- Promoted to Colonel before 1510-10-15.
Lord Tavington JrEdit
- Major Tavington's adult son.
- Wears Officer clothing, but has never lead anyone in battle.
- Is in Pernisis running things in Major Tavington's absence.
- Committed prima nocta on at least one occasion.
- Also called Rosetta.
- Member of Wyatt's organisation. Calls Wyatt a "Cousin."
- Runs the Wench's Wail tavern on the docks of Pernisis.
- 5'7", 140 lbs, curly red hair, green eyes, mid-thigh shorts, black apron.
Cassandra of the Stone MenEdit
- Imprisoned in a tomb at the southern end of the Draken Ridge by the Hill Folk.
- Accidentally freed by the party.
- Tall, bulky, well built, beautiful, dark deep eyes lined red, long flowing jet back hair tied back with wolf fur.
- Adorned with finery, but still considered barbaric and primitive.
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