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.
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    Xin-Shalast
    The City of Greed Plus
  • Sandpoint - The Quiet Coastal CitySpacer
    Area Map
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  • Sandpoint Hinterlands RegionSpacer
    Area Map
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    Foxglove Manor
    The Misgivings Plus
    Habe's Sanatorium
    The Asylum for the Insane Plus
    Thistletop
    Goblin Fortress Plus
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    Jorgenfist Fortress
    The Stone Giant Army's Headquarters Plus
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    Area Map
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    Seven's Sawmill
    A Suspicious Sawmill Plus
    The Shadow Clock
    The tower cloaked in shadow... Plus
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    The Runeforge
    Thassillionian Wizard Haven Minus
    Runeforge was created as a place where agents of the seven runelords could gather to study magic.

    The runelords wove wards around Runeforge the barred entrance into the complex to any runelord or his direct agents, in order to keep the research within free from sabotage at the hands of an enemy.

    Runeforge’s magical enhancements sustained those within without the need to eat, drink, or even sleep.

    The Spires of Xin-Shalast stand upon the mythical mountain of Mhar Massif. This mountain of legendary proportions pierces the skies above the Kodars, and is said to be the highest peak in the entire range of stupendously inhospitable mountains.

    The final project the runelords set Runeforge on was the development of ways the runelords could escape he imminent fall of their empire. Each faction developed a unique answer for its runelord, based on the underlying principles of that faction’s magical traditions.
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    Area Map - Hook Mountain Region
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    Area Map - Turtleback Ferry
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    Fort Rannick
    Black Arrow's Fortress Plus
    Graul Homestead
    Home of the Ogrekin Plus