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Ruler(s): Varadin Suruna
Capital: Crystal City
Languages: Common Femphrey (with a southern dialect)
Resources: Wine, beer, cider, herbs, spices, nuts, fruits, vegetables, cereals, smokeweed
Currency: Tarallan (Gold), Forhry (Silver), Qui (Copper)
The small walled village of Vastarin lies on the southern border of Femprhey with a population over 400 with over 310 dwelling in outlying farms. It is strategically located on the main trade route where the roads leading to Crystal City, Tannatown and Pollua in Lendleland meet. Due to its position, the village has grown rapidly and is frequented by lone and bands of travelers, merchants and caravans a place to rest.
Vastarin is surrounded by rolling farmlands that produce an abundance of wine, beer, cereal, fruit and vegetables. It is also notable for its production of herbs and spices. It is largely self-sufficient, and became a province of the Duchy of Crystal City in 267AC.
This agricultural village is home to a number of prominent characters such as the militia captain Tomas Evanadd who administers the troops, the weaponsmith Solua Sannadon, and the sorcereress Elama Bohray.
Vastarin’s small 400 farmsted residents are simple country folk, and elect a village eldar known as the “Elderman” every six years to lead the village militia, be the leading figure of the community, and dictate the laws as laid down by the villages provincial capital Crystal City. The retired, but able strongarm, Varadin Suruna has held the position for the last eighteen years and is widley respected. He dwells on the edge of the village beside a small copse of woodland, in a farmsted surrounded by vineyards and orchards.
Points of interest: In almost every direction surrounding Vastarin are numerous ancient barrows, tombs, stone circles, and lone monoliths that have lain undisturbed for centuries. One of the largest stone circles known as the black sisters lies not far north of the village. The fourteen black stone monoliths over nine-feet tall are occasionally used by traveling druids for worship to the [Redacted].
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Indexes: Alphabetical: V
Last updated: December 2009
Background: Stormslayer, Old World: A Travellers Sourcebook
Completion: December 2009