The Coming of the Zioth

Guildmaster Hewlard

Description

Hewlard was never described.

Biography

Hewlard has little military power, but he is a charismatic man, and his abilities as an orator made him better known to the people during the conflict between Galgeweplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Galgewe

Last updated 2012-10-26

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.
and Silnquostplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Guildmaster Gal Silnquost

Description

A man in his forties, tall, at least while seated, who had a full head of graying hair. He was of unspectacular appearance, but his voice made up for it. Townsman Silnquost was as tall as Ziedon, an unusual thing in Huerten. Like most townsmen, he was equipped with an ornate dagger that bore the insignia of his guild on its hilt. He also wore a sword, and, though it was difficult to tell through the elaborate clothing, there might have been a little extra …
. He was quite effective in convincing Galgeweplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Galgewe

Last updated 2012-10-26

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 supporters to join Silnquostplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Guildmaster Gal Silnquost

Description

A man in his forties, tall, at least while seated, who had a full head of graying hair. He was of unspectacular appearance, but his voice made up for it. Townsman Silnquost was as tall as Ziedon, an unusual thing in Huerten. Like most townsmen, he was equipped with an ornate dagger that bore the insignia of his guild on its hilt. He also wore a sword, and, though it was difficult to tell through the elaborate clothing, there might have been a little extra …
. Hewlard is a difficult person to approach, since even before the recent events, he never went anywhere without an enterage of five or six bodyguards. Hewlard leads the wainwright's guild, and gets most of his business from Silnquostplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Guildmaster Gal Silnquost

Description

A man in his forties, tall, at least while seated, who had a full head of graying hair. He was of unspectacular appearance, but his voice made up for it. Townsman Silnquost was as tall as Ziedon, an unusual thing in Huerten. Like most townsmen, he was equipped with an ornate dagger that bore the insignia of his guild on its hilt. He also wore a sword, and, though it was difficult to tell through the elaborate clothing, there might have been a little extra …
, Cewethirplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Guildmaster Cewethir

Description

Cewethir is a medium sized man with a shaved head and deep blue eyes. His hair is actually very light brown, sun-bleached almost blond, and quite ample if he were to let it grow, but he has long since given up trying to keep the coal dust out of his hair and finds it easier to shear it off. His body is lean but muscular, and his position as guildmaster has not softened the strength he built in the mines.
and Miscemplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Guildmaster Aso Miscem

Description

Miscem was a stout man with thick legs and curly silver hair prior to his death. Behind his back, he was nicknamed “the Goat” during his youth due to his hairy limbs and pronounced appetite.

Biography

Aso Miscem was guildmaster of the shepherds guild. Although wool is one of the primary industries of
116plugin-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 is Silnquostplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Guildmaster Gal Silnquost

Description

A man in his forties, tall, at least while seated, who had a full head of graying hair. He was of unspectacular appearance, but his voice made up for it. Townsman Silnquost was as tall as Ziedon, an unusual thing in Huerten. Like most townsmen, he was equipped with an ornate dagger that bore the insignia of his guild on its hilt. He also wore a sword, and, though it was difficult to tell through the elaborate clothing, there might have been a little extra …
's most outspoken ally.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.

Hewlard is one of the top thirty 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…
.

Galgeweplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Galgewe

Last updated 2012-10-26

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.
suggested that Ziedonplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Ziedon

Ziedon stands a little under six feet tall and is relatively thin. He has a neatly trimmed black beard and mustache which stand out considerably against his pale skin. His hazel eyes seem to see everything around him. Ziedon's white hair is cut short in the traditional townsman's style. Ziedon's garb is of a well-to-do townsman. He normally wears a thin, off-white shirt with eleven pairs of wooden knobs and strings in the front with a brown and green band of cloth was laid across his sh…
talk to Hewlard, and he did, in turn 122plugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Turn 122: Hewlard and Duddan

“You called me.”

Ziedon rolled over in his bed, ignoring the dream.

“You called me. Why?”

He was tired. How much sleep could he have gotten? Three hours? Four?

“You called me. Why?”

Ziedon opened his eyes a crack. The sun had risen only recently, and it was cold. The bird was perched on the highest shelf above the desk, staring at him with interest. It was also squawking annoyingly.
, though he told Hewlard he was really working for Silnquostplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Guildmaster Gal Silnquost

Description

A man in his forties, tall, at least while seated, who had a full head of graying hair. He was of unspectacular appearance, but his voice made up for it. Townsman Silnquost was as tall as Ziedon, an unusual thing in Huerten. Like most townsmen, he was equipped with an ornate dagger that bore the insignia of his guild on its hilt. He also wore a sword, and, though it was difficult to tell through the elaborate clothing, there might have been a little extra …
. Ziedonplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Ziedon

Ziedon stands a little under six feet tall and is relatively thin. He has a neatly trimmed black beard and mustache which stand out considerably against his pale skin. His hazel eyes seem to see everything around him. Ziedon's white hair is cut short in the traditional townsman's style. Ziedon's garb is of a well-to-do townsman. He normally wears a thin, off-white shirt with eleven pairs of wooden knobs and strings in the front with a brown and green band of cloth was laid across his sh…
charmed him twice, but Hewlard was already convinced. The charm further convinced him that Ziedonplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Ziedon

Ziedon stands a little under six feet tall and is relatively thin. He has a neatly trimmed black beard and mustache which stand out considerably against his pale skin. His hazel eyes seem to see everything around him. Ziedon's white hair is cut short in the traditional townsman's style. Ziedon's garb is of a well-to-do townsman. He normally wears a thin, off-white shirt with eleven pairs of wooden knobs and strings in the front with a brown and green band of cloth was laid across his sh…
himself should become a townsman.

Hewlard 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…
,122plugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Referenced in:

Turn 122: Hewlard and Duddan

“You called me.”

Ziedon rolled over in his bed, ignoring the dream.

“You called me. Why?”

He was tired. How much sleep could he have gotten? Three hours? Four?

“You called me. Why?”

Ziedon opened his eyes a crack. The sun had risen only recently, and it was cold. The bird was perched on the highest shelf above the desk, staring at him with interest. It was also squawking annoyingly.
,123plugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Referenced in:

Turn 123: G is Catching On

Once the guards left his room, Ziedon bolted the door and sat in thought. Making a decision, he sent out a summons to his familiar, calling it back to him with all haste. While he waited, he took one of his pouches and padded the inside with extra cloth. He then removed the skulls from the two mouse skeletons and put them in the pouch, with more cloth between them. He hefted the pouch in its hand, tied it to his belt and walked around normally for a bit to make sure that the padding was sufficie…

Employees

  • Two door guards122plugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Appeared or occurred in:

    Turn 122: Hewlard and Duddan

    “You called me.”

    Ziedon rolled over in his bed, ignoring the dream.

    “You called me. Why?”

    He was tired. How much sleep could he have gotten? Three hours? Four?

    “You called me. Why?”

    Ziedon opened his eyes a crack. The sun had risen only recently, and it was cold. The bird was perched on the highest shelf above the desk, staring at him with interest. It was also squawking annoyingly.
    .
  • Two guards and half a dozen lightly armed journeymen122plugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Appeared or occurred in:

    Turn 122: Hewlard and Duddan

    “You called me.”

    Ziedon rolled over in his bed, ignoring the dream.

    “You called me. Why?”

    He was tired. How much sleep could he have gotten? Three hours? Four?

    “You called me. Why?”

    Ziedon opened his eyes a crack. The sun had risen only recently, and it was cold. The bird was perched on the highest shelf above the desk, staring at him with interest. It was also squawking annoyingly.
    .
  • Four guards in Hewlard's office122plugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Appeared or occurred in:

    Turn 122: Hewlard and Duddan

    “You called me.”

    Ziedon rolled over in his bed, ignoring the dream.

    “You called me. Why?”

    He was tired. How much sleep could he have gotten? Three hours? Four?

    “You called me. Why?”

    Ziedon opened his eyes a crack. The sun had risen only recently, and it was cold. The bird was perched on the highest shelf above the desk, staring at him with interest. It was also squawking annoyingly.
    .

The Wainwrights Guild

Hewlard is guildmaster of the Wainwrights Guild.

Hewlard's Guildhall122plugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Appeared or occurred in:

Turn 122: Hewlard and Duddan

“You called me.”

Ziedon rolled over in his bed, ignoring the dream.

“You called me. Why?”

He was tired. How much sleep could he have gotten? Three hours? Four?

“You called me. Why?”

Ziedon opened his eyes a crack. The sun had risen only recently, and it was cold. The bird was perched on the highest shelf above the desk, staring at him with interest. It was also squawking annoyingly.
,123plugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Referenced in:

Turn 123: G is Catching On

Once the guards left his room, Ziedon bolted the door and sat in thought. Making a decision, he sent out a summons to his familiar, calling it back to him with all haste. While he waited, he took one of his pouches and padded the inside with extra cloth. He then removed the skulls from the two mouse skeletons and put them in the pouch, with more cloth between them. He hefted the pouch in its hand, tied it to his belt and walked around normally for a bit to make sure that the padding was sufficie…

Hewlardplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Guildmaster Hewlard

Description

Hewlard was never described.

Biography

Hewlard has little military power, but he is a charismatic man, and his abilities as an orator made him better known to the people during the conflict between Galgewe and Silnquost. He was quite effective in convincing
's guildhouse was a small building with an image of a wagon embossed over the door. Dispite being small, it had the air of a military compound. A heavily armed and armored guard stood at either side of the door, hand ready at the hilt of a sword. Windows were small and boarded up for the winter, no doubt keeping any natural light from reaching the interior. Even the chimney was topped with an iron grate.

Read moreplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_big Turn 122: Hewlard and Duddan

“You called me.”

Ziedon rolled over in his bed, ignoring the dream.

“You called me. Why?”

He was tired. How much sleep could he have gotten? Three hours? Four?

“You called me. Why?”

Ziedon opened his eyes a crack. The sun had risen only recently, and it was cold. The bird was perched on the highest shelf above the desk, staring at him with interest. It was also squawking annoyingly.