Dreaming at the Misted Borders
Things that need their own pages
I’m hoping you guys can help me out. I’ve never messed with a wiki before, but here are things that I think need their own pages, as well as some brief info to start fleshing them out.
—Half-Elven Priestess of the Seven
—Starting a temple here in town
—More accepted right now than Dennor
—Possibly chooses her battles more carefully than he does.
—Helped settle town after war
—Is kind of run ragged now
—Mentor to Rache
—Seen as heavy-handed, overly-strict. Resented somewhat. Town’s gratitude running thin.
—Runs The Shambling Giant
—Runs The Traveler’s Inn
—Full fledged member of House Dennith
—Bears a Dragonmark
—Takes kids in for training
—Brother of Ferdinand Rannick
—Ambassador to neighboring lizardfolk
—Uncle of Fordy
—Employer of Vinn
—Employer of Gerrell
—Owns the bank
—Brags of possessing “The Serpent’s Eye” jewel
—Brother of Roose D’Dennith
—Perceived as honest tradesman
—Recent investigation by PCs indicate that he may be a worshiper of Tiamat.
—Owned by Nerrin
—Owned by Mother Aran
—Owned by Ferdinand Rannick
House Dennith Outpost
—Run by Roose D’Dennith
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