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  • Oleg Leveton

    Oleg is a middle-aged man with a no-nonsense attitude and fierce pride. He and his wife Svetlana recently accepted a charter from Restov to rebuild an abandoned border fort and turn it into a trading outpost at the edges of the Narlmarches. Oleg worked …

  • Svetlana Leveton

    Svetlana was the daughter of merchant in Restov. She had many admirers as a young girl, but she chose the hand of an aspiring merchant named Oleg Leveton. The two would later move to the Stolen Lands to rebuild an abandoned military fort as a trading post …

  • Jhod Kavken

    After the founding of Narland, Jhod kept to himself, working as a laborer in the capital and administering magical healing to the populace. Of late, he has begun talking about founding a new settlement in the Narlmarches. While scouting out the location …

  • Tyg-Titter-Tut and Perlivash

    These two fey tricksters shadowed the party for some time, playing pranks all the while, before making themselves known--but not before receiving some shiny gifts, of course! They informed the party about some locations of interest before being hired on …

  • Vellara Galladhen

    A Kyonin expatriate well-versed in politics, Lady Vellara came to Narland as Baron Vasseri's arcane advisor. When the baron was captured by dark elves, Vellara recruited the party to assist her in rescuing him. Afterward, she _heavily_ suggested that no …

  • Menas Aerin

    Menas was a loyal bandit follower of the Stag Lord who was captured by the party at Oleg's Trading Post. He resisted questioning attempts, and visibly detested his bandit comrade Pyfren for his willingness to divulge information. In a moment of …

  • Akiros Ismort

    After a personal tragedy he won't speak about, Akiros lost himself in the River Kingdoms, living as a bandit, a vagabond, and a criminal. Eventually his wandering took him into the Stolen Lands-–he’d heard of the Stag Lord, and still unsure of where he …

  • Brinian Vasseri

    Baron Brinian Vasseri, an aspiring Swordlord, rules fairly, and almost never has to weigh in on cases other than those involving nobles. He is one of the few lords who feel that nobles get uppity from time to time and need to be reminded of their place. …