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.
Dusty Jewel
A small trade outpost along the Estuary of the Forked Tongue. Owned by Hargo Vole Plus
One of top three most powerful merchant houses in Balic
A merchant house of ill repute Plus
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    The city of Sails; a massive city-state that sits on the fork of the Estuary. Plus
    A balican fort on the Dragon's Palate; used to protect skimmers from pirates and giants
    Once a great city-state, overnight it was destroyed, leaving nothing but ruins
    North Ledopolus
    The trade settlement north of the isle of Ledo, hardly a city-state, but quite prosperous. Plus
    A western port along the northern side of the Estuary of the Forked Tongue. Plus
    Stony Barrens
    Bedrock shelves exposed by windstorms. Plus
    The Gray
    The dead of Athas end up here after they die and are caught in an eddy and gradually fade away to nothing. Plus
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    A vicious, powerful reptillian predator Minus

    The jhakar (singular and plural) is a powerful reptilian predator resembling a scaled bulldog. Its hide is thick and wrinkled, and it has four short, muscular legs and a short, stumpy tail. The jhakar’s head is mostly mouth, with a blunt snout and a gaping, powerful maw. Its ears and eyes are well-protected beneath heavy ridges of bone and double sets of lids. The jhakar is sandy brown in color, with a darker snout and claws.

    In the wild, the jhakar hunts in small packs that fiercely attack to pull down all but the most formidable prey. However, the creature is better known in cities as a domesticated guard-beast and tracker of escaped slaves. Domestic jhakar are savage and unpredictable creatures, greatly feared by would-be thieves and escaping slaves.

    The jhakar is often domesticated as a blood-hound or guard-beast. It is an aggressive and stupid creature and has difficulty recognizing its handler from one day to the next. However, it is an excellent tracker, and once on the scent, it never gives up the chase.A wild pack of jhakar hunts a man or an elf as readily as any wild creature. Once they have scented prey, they never give up. Jhakar attack in one bounding rush, hissing like steam-kettles when they catch sight of their prey.
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    Desert Shields
    Solaris's former mercenary group. Plus