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  • Raylack Church

    *History* Built over 300 years ago by the villagers of [[Raylack]] (in particular, members of the [[Raylack Farmers Guild | Raylack Farmers Guild]]), little of historical note has taken place here, save for the annual picnic in the nearby fields ( …

  • Raylack

    _Population_ 722 _General Description_ A small, rural village, spread thin over miles of farm land. Towards its centre is a high street of sorts, where several businesses, such as the general store, blacksmith and tavern, called [[The Slaughtered …

  • Risen Adventurers

    A mysterious and uncanny group of four heroes rumoured to have first emerged into the world from graves in a village cemetery. Though the Risen Adventurers have a history of being [[Totally Badass Stuff | totally badass]], the suggestion that they …

  • Raylack Farmers Guild

    An organisation consisting of the vast majority of farmers in and around [[Raylack | Raylack]]. A union of workers in agriculture has existed for much of Raylack's recorded history, with varying degrees of power. Between 50-70 U.I. its power was greater …

  • Raylack Swamps

    Thick, mist-prone swamps that lie northeast of the village of [[Raylack | Raylack]], serving as the most direct route to [[Branock's Gorge]]. Though not usually too dangerous, townspeople and wanderers have occasionally been lost inside under strange …

  • Half Moon General Store

    Currently run by a friendly human named Finran Togbar, the Half Moon General Store is [[Raylack]]'s one stop shop for everyday, mundane items, from spools of thread to gardening tools, as well as food items of a more exotic nature than those grown on the …

  • Big Sol's Armoury

    A shop in [[Raylack]] specialising in armour and weaponry and run by a [[Goliaths | goliath]] known as [[:big-sol | Big Sol]]. With Raylack only being a small village, comprised mostly of farmers, there is little need for weapons and armour, meaning that …

  • Trade

    A list of shops and places of business: _Raylack_ * [[Half Moon General Store]] * [[Big Sol's Armoury]] * [[The Slaughtered Lamb]] _Gerelden_ * [[Kweer Gear]] * [[Glassic Blades]] * [[KnifeEar Excursions]] * [[Magic Manufactory]]

  • The Raylack Town Noticeboard

    On the main street in [[Raylack | Raylack]], just outside The Slaughtered Lamb, is a communal noticeboard where anyone can pin a small note. It is also where [[:elmtrude-brandis | Sheriff Brandis]] puts up official proclamations after reading them aloud …

  • Raylack Locations

    A list of locations in and around [[Raylack]]: _Within the Village_ [[Big Sol's Armoury]] [[Half Moon General Store]] [[Raylack Church]] [[The Slaughtered Lamb]] [[:matthew-toulson | Toulson Farmstead]] _Outside the Village_ [[Branock's Gorge …

  • Raylack Inhabitants

    A list of residents found in [[Raylack]]: *Former* [[:albert-dunwithy]] - Historical head of the [[Raylack Farmers Guild | Farmers Guild]] [[:joseph-curwen]] - Mysterious former resident *372 U.I.* [[:elmtrude-brandis]] - Reeve [[:tanis-asclepis …

  • The Slaughtered Lamb

    As old as the village of [[Raylack]] itself, this inn is not only the geographic centre of the village, but the social centre as well. Most evenings the bar is filled with local patrons and weary travellers alike, the laughter, music and general merriment …

  • The Second Battle of Branock's Gorge

    This disasterous battle began on the 5th of Winter outside the town of [[Raylack | Raylack]]. It consisted of the advance of the Raylack Militia and their allies through the farmland and the [[Raylack Swamps | swamps]], the aborted attack on the valley …

  • Chapter One Epilogue

    In the days following the triumphant return from Branock's Gorge, the [[Risen Adventurers | adventurers]] were subject to much hero worship and praise. Many thanked them for their sterling service to a place they had no affiliation with and [[:grimlock- …

  • Elmtrude Brandis

    After several nightmare sheriffs of [[Raylack | Raylack]], the county lord was determined to choose a decent candidate. The Assistant Master of the Hounds did not strike His Lordship's councilors as the wisest choice. But, as he approached his forty …

  • Zud

    Orphaned at an early age when his parents were killed by bandits while on the road leading to [[Raylack | Raylack]], Zud spent his childhood as a vagrant, stealing from farms and local businesses in order to survive. As a teenager he was caught attempting …

  • Big Sol

    The remote Gol mountain range, far to Raylack's southeast, is the ancestral home of all Alban goliaths. Big Sol is no exception, though he speaks little of his previous life in the Gols. Sol settled in the village of Raylack 12 years ago with his daughter …

  • Tanis Asclepis

    Tanis is the physician of [[Raylack | Raylack]]. He is known for his no-nonsense approach and dismissal of all supernatural or religious ideas, something which has cost him a lot of business. He is interested in history and is a [[Factions | Light Age …

  • Draevek Norn

    A product of a violent raid on a human village; Draevek's mother saw her innocence stolen by an [[Elves | Elven]] assailant who broke into her home and discovered her cowering in a cupboard. As a result of this, Draevek had no tolerance for a man who …

  • Cain Dunwithy

    The descendant of Albert and Jonathan [[:albert-dunwithy | Dunwithy]], Cain enjoys the minor celebrity status his family receives in [[Raylack | Raylack]]. Leaving the ancestral farm at fifteen after a row with his father, he became a professional soldier …

  • Daniel Glick

    Daniel's tragically short life was spent playing with his sister [[:keyleth-glick |Keyleth]] and many of [[Raylack | Raylack's]] other children in the surrounding fields and forests. His father, Sheldon, was instructing him in the art of wood carving, …

  • Matthew Toulson

    Born in the village of Raylack, Matthew moved away to a boarding school, seeking to study economics and commerce beyond that of the simple and bucolic life of a farmer, much to the chagrin of his relatives. He inherited the family farmstead after the …

  • Albert Dunwithy

    Not much detail survives about the early life of Albert. It is known that he was from a farming family, and that he inherited his fathers lands at a relatively young age and under unknown circumstances. He was a charismatic man and a wildly successful …

  • Father Malley

    Son of a travelling merchant, Fraedlen Malley saw much of [[Alba]] as a child and then again in later life, when he worked for 25 years as a missionary. Eventually settling in the village of [[Raylack]] (as many seem to do), he married Bonnie Sarton, a …

  • Keyleth Glick

    A courageous [[Raylack]] villager, daughter of Sheldon and Harriet Glick and sister to [[:daniel-glick | Daniel]], Keyleth was an enthusiastic trainee warlock who taught herself using books belonging to her father. Born and raised in the village, she made …

  • Joseph Curwen

    Born in [[Raylack]], Joseph led the typical life of a farmer's son, helping out on the farm and playing with friends in the many fields and meadows. He was a popular child and did exceedingly well at school, eventually going on to higher education …

  • Gravilla Bloodrock

    Gravilla was raised in the village of Raylack by her father, [[:big-sol]], and visits often to see him and her childhood friends. Though of a genuine, good nature, she is as stubborn as a mule and reliably does whatever she wants. When she wanted to …

  • Bombur Deer

    Bombur's garden is incredibly overgrown and yet carries a neat, angular order that is distinctly dwarven. Colourful bushes and flowers adorn the borders and are clearly not native. Though the vibrant display of life within the garden is truly beautiful, …

  • Ignatious Moor

    Ignatious Moor was born in Raylack as the son of the widow Amy Moor by an unknown father. He and his older half brother, Berek, were largely raised by their uncles. While Berek easily picked up skills at farming, Ignatious excelled with the sword. Coming …

  • Willham Prince

    Born in the town of Brexley, the second son and third born to his parents Clara and Erst Prince, Willham showed an early interest in horticulture, collecting and cataloguing various plants from the countryside surrounding the town, and often harassing …