Lem Cerogen [DECEASED]
The Cerogens have been the great smithing family in Baden's Bluff for as long as anyone can remember. They are also openly allied with the Shadow, one of the many Human families who have found safety and prosperity in the worship of Izrador and betrayal …
Tomas Baden is the scion of the old ruling Baden family who ruled the city before the Shadow came. Baden's Bluff chose to surrender rather than be destroyed, and while other members of the Baden family rule as puppet lords of the Shadow, the one many …
Colin the Tanner works in a large tannery outside Baden's Bluff which has been in his family for generations. He no longer technically owns it, but he manages it on behalf of Baden's Bluff, and working outside the city proper, Colin Tanner has the …
Baroness Andilin Westerin
Baroness Andilin Westerin is a courtier whose reputation for licentiousness is significant even among other courtiers in Baden's Bluff. She is a raven-haired Dornish beauty, but has no connection to the old royal family of the Dorns - it is a matter of …
Victor Fausebender [DECEASED]
"Wiktor" Fausebender is a lanky ghost of a man who haunts the Quarry and Steeps districts of Baden's Bluff. He easily blends in with the other refugees, criminals and desperate types.
What Victor does have is a reputation as a man to be left alone. …
Helrion Baden [DECEASED]
When he draws himself up to his full height, Helrion Baden stands well over six feet tall. His solid strength and devilishly handsome good looks combined with blowing blonde hair and steely-gray eyes make him look like something out of legend.
Lord Werner Dalmark
Lord Werner Dalmark was the ruler of Baden's Bluff 10 years ago when High Legate Cerano arrived in force and placed Helrion Baden on the throne. For a time, Dalmark retreated to sulk in his stolen Ducal estate outside the city, but after a few years, he …
Niklas is one of the heroes of the Battle of Dorn Hill, who slew one of the Orcish sergeants with an axe-blow at the climax of the battle. He has since recovered from minor injuries, and is emerging as another leader of the Dorn Hill villagers. …
Geirrod Dornill [DECEASED]
Geirrod is the leader of the Dorn Hill refugees - he, like some others, have taken on the surname Dornill as a way of remembering their town while also fitting in with the urban habit of giving people surnames.
Geirrod has two sons: Galloway and Garvey …
Reidar is the contact person, a one-man alcoholic Embassy of sorts, for the Pirate Princes.
Because of his family's position in the city, Landon has been able to buy himself multiple promotions, and now has a full company of 50 men under his command. Since the death of his father at the hands of a resistance assassin, he has turned his …
Lem Cerogen Junior
Lem Junior recently lost his father, and has risen to take his father's place. He is not putting much of his mind to smithing or business, however - he is desperate for revenge on whoever killed his father, and he is using a lot of his personal wealth to …
Ioriel is unusual for a Dorn, in that he has not only devoted himself to business but even thrives under the Shadow. He is large but soft, and works as the Harbormaster for the Stone Docks in Baden's Bluff. He is in charge of assigning wharves for …
Commander Theron Tolsson
The watch is currently commanded by Theron
Tolsson, a Dornish native of the city and
the son of a family long connected to the worship of
Izrador. His parents and uncles are wealthy merchants
who supply arms for units destined for the Fey Killer’s
The most vocal opponent of these “false cults of
Izrador” is a legate named Denarius, a gray-haired giant
of a man from the northern wastes. He has thus far resisted
his natural impulse to cleave through the congregations
of cultists who twist his …