References

This is a list of people, places, things and events relevant to the campaign. Any time they appear in a blog post or wiki, it will automatically be linked to its definition.
Albabriala (Nykker) (Huntress)
Name for the Great Huntress, goddess of archery, hunting and patience
Aunt
Priestess of the Home Foundation
Dothok
Thybajy gold coin Plus
Dothoki
Title of the political head of city-states in Thybaj
Fraerhaem (Frostbrand)
An ancient fhokki frostbrand, wielded by Knut Plus
Fyban
Prominent forest spanning the southern borders of Tharggy and Thybaj
Golden arrows
clergy of the Great Huntress
Home Foundation
Religious group focusing on family, home, and industriousness
Journeyman (Journeymen)
Clerics of the traveler
Kargi Mourn (Kargi-Mourn)
Ancient holy avenger forged by the True Plus
Knight of the Gods (valiant one) (Swift sword)
God of chivalry, heroics and sworn enemy of evil
Naemae
Reanaarian name for the Knight of the Gods
Pestilent One
Clergy of the Rotlord Plus
Protector
Third rank of the Servants of the Swift Sword Plus
purifier
First rank in the church of the Servants of the swift sword Plus
Quester
First rank of a journeyman
Reckoning
The holy mordenkraad wielded by Darius, paladin of Deb'fo Plus
Tanarukk
Demon-blooded orcs who worship the demon prince, Orcus Plus
Veiled Priesthood (P'Lipu)
Clergy of the House of Knives, followers of the Silent Slayer
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    Ekof
    Border town in the hills at the edge of the mountains; lots of travel through, but few stop for more than a day
    Karasta Nu (Karasta-Nu)
    The dwarven refugee city in the Vrykkar Mts. The leaders have long sought true sovereignty, but have struggled thus far. Plus
    Londe
    Elven village in the Fyban forest. Home to Laer-Thuil and her companions Plus
    Nyton
    Southern trade city in Thybaj. Located on the Jeshada river on the western edge of the Fyban forest Plus
    Ryrej
    A smal town further up in the mountains; primarily populated by halflings
    Shrur-Narr
    Easternmost village in Tharggy; More a trade outpost than a village, really Plus