The Coming of the Zioth

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Townsman Leve Herelg

Description

Herelg is a man of moderate height and lean frame. His hair is black but sparse and largely confined to the sides of his head. His right ear is misshapen (a deformity from birth) and he has a scar that runs over the left eye from a fencing mishap in his youth. While the eye still works, its color changed and gained a permanent cloudy red coloration that some find unnerving.

Biography

Leve Herelg was injured on the seventeenth of Farinon, 1001 by Silnquost's men116plugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Appeared or occurred in:

Turn 116: The State of Maelbourg

An hour or so after the tailor left, a messenger arrived with an unsigned letter from Galgewe: I will not be able to visit you myself tonight due to prior engagements, so I will answer some of your questions here. Please destroy this message when you have comitted it to memory. If you forget, its ink is designed to fade within a day or two.

You asked for descriptions of the major players in town, so here they are. The number following each name is an indication of power and influence. There a…
. He supported Galgewe during the political conflict. His wounds, while not to be ignored, fortunately did not put his life in peril.

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Description

A short, stocky man with a balding head of curly, fiery red hair entered the room. His dull blue robes matched his eyes, and the sheath of a short sword hung from his waist.
's supporters, Herelg does not depend on the textile guild for his income. His shop manufactures crates and barrels for use by other tradesmen. He also personally builds chests for use by the affluent and is a skilled lockmaker. His workshop lies on the western side of Maelborg and much of his business comes from the Trade Guild. Some good investments in Makierreiplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Trademaster Eiselon Makierrei

Description

Makierrei is a short man, about five two, potbellied and of medium build. His arms hang out a bit, as if he were a much heavier man than he actually is. He is balding and wears a moustache, which parallels heavy eyebrows. Almost comical when described, he is disappointingly ordinary in person.
's Trade Guild was what made him enough money to elevate him to townsman status.

Herelg is unusually jocular for one of the Townsman, and he enjoys telling jokes to his crew. This is but a mask, however, that marks a long-lasting depression. He is twice a widower, having lost both wives (and three children) in childbirth. He believes he is cursed and this has shaken his faith the House of Morenthplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big The House of Morenth

As the primary place of worship for a population of six thousand, the House of Morenth is an enormous structure, perhaps five or six hundred feet across at the longest, but it's not just one big rectangular building. It looks like it's been added to many times over hundreds of years. Whether the building is bigger or smaller underground is impossible to tell. It is known that a library exists under the House, to which access is severely restricted. Expensive glass windows d…
somewhat, and made him question the blind devotion he has shown for all of his life. This is in part what led him into Galgeweplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Galgewe

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This could afford to be a little longer, for such an important NPC...

Description

A short, stocky man with a balding head of curly, fiery red hair entered the room. His dull blue robes matched his eyes, and the sheath of a short sword hung from his waist.
's camp.

His chief apprentice is Edwin, whom he treats like a son. He hopes to groom Edwin to take over his workshop one day.

Herelg is one of the thirty most powerful townsmen116plugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Appeared or occurred in:

Turn 116: The State of Maelbourg

An hour or so after the tailor left, a messenger arrived with an unsigned letter from Galgewe: I will not be able to visit you myself tonight due to prior engagements, so I will answer some of your questions here. Please destroy this message when you have comitted it to memory. If you forget, its ink is designed to fade within a day or two.

You asked for descriptions of the major players in town, so here they are. The number following each name is an indication of power and influence. There a…
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Herelg was mentioned but did not appear in these turns: 114plugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Referenced in:

Turn 114: Townsman Galgewe

“So Ziedon, I see you caused Townsman Ulfendol quite a bit of trouble.” When Ziedon opened his eyes, he saw Galgewe, standing tall, hands clasped behind his back. It was a bit hard to make out his features. When Ziedon opened his eyes wider and shook out the blur of sleep, he saw the reason. He was in a jail cell, securely locked, with metal bars reaching to the ceiling, and attached at their base to a half-wall of stone.
,116plugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Referenced in:

Turn 116: The State of Maelbourg

An hour or so after the tailor left, a messenger arrived with an unsigned letter from Galgewe: I will not be able to visit you myself tonight due to prior engagements, so I will answer some of your questions here. Please destroy this message when you have comitted it to memory. If you forget, its ink is designed to fade within a day or two.

You asked for descriptions of the major players in town, so here they are. The number following each name is an indication of power and influence. There a…
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Turn 126: A Demostration of Power

It was two hours before Townsman Silnquost arrived. Three guards entered with him and positioned themselves around Ziedon. These were not the same three who had pinned Ziedon before; they looked stronger, better trained, wore different uniforms and bore higher-quality arms, the type one would expect to be with a man of