Who are these people? What did he mean with his dying words, “I will be avenged”? Who is in charge of this town? Why are horses so expensive here?

 

I guess the answer depends on who you ask, because it’s always about “who you know”, right?

 

Roll a d30!

 

  1. The Order of the Red Gauntlet – an organization of bonded professional caravan guards
  2. The (Province name) Drover’s Guild – the people in charge of driving carts and wagons full of trade goods from one place to another
  3. The Altar of (god of healing) – a coalition of traveling healers
  4. The Shield of (god of war, defensive avatar) – network of men-at-arms that set up unofficial “Town Guards” for neighborhoods or business districts
  5. The Pillar of Truth – secretive band of clerics/priests, fighters and assassins who act as vigilantes in areas where justice enforcement of the Law is lax
  6. Knights of the Bronze Sigil – band of cavalry-based fighters promoting the cause of cheesemakers
  7. Spice-roasters guild – just what it sounds like
  8. Brotherhood of Cabinetmakers
  9. Stonemason’s Lodge – school and guild for art of architecture and masonry
  10. The Way of the Forge – keepers of the secrets of Blacksmithing
  11. College of Medicae – non-magic-wielding herbalists and surgeons
  12. The Iron Band – a mercenary company from the north, known for siege tactics
  13. Tigers of the East – a mercenary company from the southern jungles, known for speed and guerilla warfare
  14. The Sapphire Banner – a mercenary company from the east, famous for cavalry exploits and an astonishing loyalty
  15. The Ebon Mask – a mercenary company from the west, known for savagery and led by a merciless (magic-user)
  16. Mask of the Dawn – a mercenary company from the east, known for unbreakable phalanx formations
  17. The Echo of Salvation – a penitent group of monks, known for healing psychological wounds and the insane
  18. Rav Onor – a secretive group of Rangers that patrol the ____ region, protecting the villages from _____
  19. Screaming Serpents – makers of traps and poisons for protecting property (both cargo and real estate)
  20. Harvesters of Sorrow – group of undertakers that collect plague- and disease-victims’ bodies for burial
  21. The Chalice of Fire  – group of magic-users specializing in fire-based spells and magicks
  22. The Windseekers of (island archipelago) – a group of magic-users specializing in magicks of weather and elemental air
  23. The Hammer of (sun-god) – group of clerics/priests/paladins/fighters dedicated to hunting and destroying demons
  24. Hearth-keeper’s Guild – in larger cities, a group of professional cooks specializing in preparing food for large groups on a regular basis
  25. Daughters of Xinari – a network of female were-fox spies in the western cities
  26. The Indigo Mist – a loose network of assassins from the eastern provinces
  27. The Scroll of Shadows – a religious brotherhood of evil warriors and clerics seeking to build influence in the cities of the north
  28. The Anvil of (god of death/the underworld) – enbalmers and entombers of evil or cursed beings
  29. Song of the Spring – a group of Druids in the south, protectors of the (forest) and its creatures
  30. Cry of the Raven – wandering clerics of (god of harvest) who organize and lead Harvest Festivals
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