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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    Auntie's Boarding House (W-3)
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    Hall of Worms (H-1)
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    House of Ismae (H-9)
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    Inn of the Slumbering Drake (C-9) (Slumbering Drake) (Drake)
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    Rat Idol of Narrimunâth (W-7)
    Mysterious Shrine to the Rat God of Disease Plus
    Sanctuary of Justicia (H-14)
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    Sign of the Drunken Minotaur (W-2)
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    Temple of Denithae (H-12)
    Abandoned and cursed temple Plus
    The Citadel (L-7)
    Rising high above Cillamar, this fortress is home to the Patriarch and his household servants.
    The Gaol (H-14)
    Garrison/Debtor's Prison Plus
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    Castle Whiterock
    The local human name for the ruins of Clynnoise. Minus
    Castle Whiterock is the colloquial name for the ruins of Clynnoise, a Monastery settled by the Order of the Dawning Sun Monks more than 1200 years ago.

    Since its establishment, the area has changed hands dozens of times, being held by the Monks, Orcs, the Empire of Crieste, Gnomes, Dwarves, an adventuring partys called the Company of the Black Osprey, and even an ancient Red Dragon named Benthoruthsa. It is currently back in the hands of the Dawning Sun Monks who originally established the site.
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    Cillamar
    The campaign's home city. Plus
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    Order of the Dawning Sun
    The monk brotherhood who originally constructed Castle Whiterock.
    The Iron Manacle (Iron Manacle)
    A group of Slavers working out of the Ruins of Castle Whiterock