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Raven Town (small city)
Estimated population: 750 people (80% human, 10% dwarves, 10% mixed)
Government: County, part of a kingdom.
Qualities: Prosperous, strategic location, superstitious.
Daven Arivelli (human).- Count of Raven Town.
Sir Tarngard Lo (dwarf).- Commander of the city’s garrison.
Lady Adara Mirnyus (human).- Influential noble with ideas of power, opposed to the count.
Old Black Beard (dwarf).- Innkeeper at The Forgotten Barn.
Mirra Luzu (Halfling).- Spy for the thieves guild in Raven Town.
Notable Locations (tagged in the map)
- Fort Arivelli
- The Forgotten Barn (Inn)
- The Rum Well (Tavern)
- The Golden Road (Merchant’s Guild)
- The old docks market
- Little Hill (farming hamlet)
- Smith’s shop (always watched by the thieves guild)
- Snake Oil (Tavern)
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