Tag: Yggsburgh

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  • Stonecarver Manor Part I

    _from the journal of [[:tarin | Tarin]], itinerant wizard-in-training_ What a wonderful journey! Except for the centipedes. And the goblins, of course. And the tainted arrows. The wolves. The persistent, gnawing fear of being stalked in the [[Little …

  • Green Dragon

    The Green Dragon is an inn and tavern within Yggsburgh in Rivergate. Large, 4 floors and patronized by adventurers and other tough sorts. The proprietor is [[:39071 | Robert "Thief" Robins]]

  • Yggsburgh

    The Free Town of Yggsburgh is a heavily fortified community of some 25,000 residents, with another 10,000 or so persons dwelling on the lands it claims as its own. The town is located where the River Nemo is joined by the Urt River. Well-known as an …

  • Market Plaza

    This is the largest plaza in [[Yggsburgh]]. Here can be found dozens of vendors' stalls and carts, a score or more of peddlers carrying trays of merchandise, and countless beggars, including prostitutes and street performers. Many citizens and visitors …

  • The Green Dragon Inn

    The Green Dragon is an active inn accommodating many of the rougher sorts of visitors to the town, including rivermen, merchants, and mercenary adventurers. When you're seeking a place to stay, one where the really tough adventurers of all sorts …

  • The Swordsmen's Brotherhood

    This fraternal organization promotes the interests of professional soldiers and men-at-arms. Located in a nondescript brick building off Citadel Avenue, the organization is administered by, among others, the Guildmaster of Swordsmen, Ulysses Hoggwood. …

  • The Outs Inn

    A very large, low-walled inn of highest quality, this establishment is a mainstay of travelers to and from [[Yggsburgh]]. This inn is clean and comfortable, with full amenities and excellent food. The staff is consistently friendly and helpful, all the …

  • The Boatman Tavern

    This tavern hosts many of the local rivermen and longshoremen, who come to drink and eat. Many passing bargers, boatmen and sailors stopping at [[Yggsburgh]] also come here. It's located in a big, rambling timber and plaster building in the Tudor style, …

  • Libraries in Yggsburgh

    The [[Yggsburgh Library | Yggsburgh Library]] Other Libraries The Yggsburgh Administration Offices, which contain the town log (dating 300 years, minus time for a fire here and there), genealogical records (at least of the nobility), heraldry, and …

  • Yggsburgh Library

    The Yggsburgh Library was established by the first Lord Mayor a bit over 100 years ago. The current Chief Librarian is Sulmeith Aycan - a sweet old crone if there ever was one; unless you mistreat her books or the sanctity of the library. Inquiries are …

  • Robert "Thief" Robins

    Robert's swarthy features are easily crossed by a smile. He's fairly inquisitive and gregarious with his clientele at the Green Dragon. It is said he keeps a sword and crossbow beneath the bar, and the crowd at the Green Dragon sometimes warrant it. < …

  • Goodman Walter Gunderson

    The first thing noticed about the Goodman are his girth and bright blue eyes. He is middle-aged, tall, heavy, and clean-shaven, with a fringe of reddish hair remaining. Jolly and welcoming, he has a knack for remembering names and faces, and enjoys …

  • Emma

    Emma is a small, malnourished girl, dirty of face, with blue eyes and hay-colored hair cut with a bowl. She wears rags and goes without shoes. She appears younger than her 13 years due to stunted growth.

  • "Slick" Slidell

    Slick didn't get his name for his silver tongue. With graying hair and a face cracked from wind exposure, he's no ladies man either. What he does have is an uncanny ability to size up people and situations. He usually knows what a person wants before they …

  • Robert Claire

    Red haired, rude and unkempt, Robert Claire describes himself as "all man, no fluff". His apparent alcoholism and lack of professionalism often discourage prudent folks from hiring him, but those that stumble into a professional relationship with him …

  • Fisher Putbrese

    Fisher Putbrese has been a boatman all his life, just like his old man and his grandpappy before him. He's nearly bald, but his remaining gray hair hangs down greasily and is infrequently cut with a bowl. He wears thinning and frayed brown cloths and old …