Tag: Firewander

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  • Banded Disc

    The Banded Disc is a low-profile thieves' guild that operates all over the city but is based in the [[Firewander | Firewander]] district. They manipulate incoming visitors to the city into thinking of them as the most efficient means of gathering …

  • Boddel's Eatery

    Amidst the squalor and decay of Firewander the restaurant known as Boddel’s Eaterie stands out as a place of culture and sophistication, at least by local standards. Run by Boddel, an expatriate of Icehome, the food and drink that is served here is good, …

  • Chapel of the Earthbound Stars

    [[Gods | Gods]] will not die if you wait, but die they still can. The Chapel of the Earthbound Stars is one such place where some fallen spirits have been lad to rest. Not that many wished to rest among [[Creation | Creation]] -- but there were a few who …

  • Dead Beast Hill

    Dead Beast Hill - the name alone strikes fear in the heart of any resident of[[Firewander | Firewander]]. None of them remember a time when the Hill was not feared - and most never remember who told them about it. To outsiders, the fear is only partially …

  • Drunken Wind Street

    Everything falls; the very history of [[Creation | Creation]] itself is a testament to that fact. No matter how important or powerful a person or kingdom is, the tides of history will see its fall. In this street, not far from the broken heart of …

  • Malfeus (Club)

    Located in a ruined meeting hall in the southwestern area of The Lawless Front in [[Firewander | Firewander]] is Malfeas (the club, that is). Here, on an almost-nightly basis, bardic bands put on shows of unbelievable aggression and spectacle. Here, only …

  • Maro's Herbarium and Apothecary

    This is a little herb-shop in one of the few green corners of [[Firewander | Firewander]], at the end of Giblet Walk. A scraggly apple tree sprouts through broken cobbles on the street between the herb-shop and Malurie's Dressmakers. More old pits and …

  • Nexus Scuttlebutt

    Up the north end of Sow's Trotter Lane on the edges of the Filth, wedged between Prints of Pleasure and Cobb's Flophouse, is a small two-story office, windows glazed over with a thin greasy sheen of soot, ink, and grime. Unlikely as it seems, that is the …

  • Rivergate Scandal

    The say that in [[Nexus | Nexus]], you can't walk down an alley without passing a paranoid conspiracy freak. Each has his or her own theory: one asserts that the Guild secretly kidnapped the [[Scarlet Empress | Scarlet Empress]] and is using her like a …

  • Singing Disease

    One of the more insidious, if morbidly humorous, diseases to ever crawl out of the Nexian sewers, the singing disease nearly brought the entirety of the city to its knees. It starts out innocently enough: first the victim starts by humming a few notes …

  • Stone Pine Marsh

    There are things buried in the Stone Pine Marsh. Things that don't like the light. Things that don't like the bustle and noise of the city around them. Things that are, slowly, regaining cognition. This does not bode well. The actual Marsh itself is …

  • Eroica

    Among the menagerie of entities that calls [[Drunken Wind Street | Drunken Wind Street]] home, few can honestly claim to be Nexus natives. Most gods who fall far enough to wind up there are either outcasts from [[Yu-Shan | Yu Shan]] or refugees from …

  • Fluttering Shroud

    It is said that man is a religious animal, but some people have always been more spiritual than others. Sometimes much more so. One of these is the man known as Fluttering Shroud. Quite simply, if it's magical, he'll worship it, and quite possibly he …

  • Kelyom, God of the Chromatic Squid

    If you ever happen to wander down [[Drunken Wind Street | Drunken Wind Street]], why not stop by to have a chat with Kelyom? Despite the fact that he takes the form of a floating octopus made of shifting, multicolored flame, he's quite the …

  • Kresh'Inik

    Most of the spirits living on Drunken Wind Street are tired gods, kicked out of [[Yu-Shan | Yu-Shan]] for a million and one reasons. Some, however, are just oddballs, who have never had anything to do with the Celestial City. Kresh’Inik is one such …

  • Madman's Hands

    Few things in Creation match the horrors of the Yozi's children. Fewer still reside near civilized (if you can call it that) areas. The Madman's Hands of [[Stone Pine Marsh | Stone Pine Marsh]], as they've been named by the local strange crone, Old Gran, …

  • My Prodigal Sun

    One of the most popular bands to play in [[Malfeus (Club) | Malfeas]], My Prodigal Sun has developed quite a reputation. Among frequent concert-goers, they are a band to be savored, as their live shows are often thought-provoking; but at the same time, …

  • Old Gran

    The stately frame of Old Gran is a common enough sight along the decrepit streets of [[Firewander | Firewander]], and she can be found out walking most of the morning and into the afternoon, her travails interrupted only by her customary midday nap. She …

  • Pen Yuan, God of Impractical Foreknowledge

    It takes a canny creature to make a fortune from unpleasant circumstances. Pen Yaun, God of Impractical Foreknowledge, is just such a creature. He is a god of the future, of destiny, and of fate. Thus, he holds a position in the Forbidding Manse of Ivy …

  • Qurtok, The God of Unclaimed Luggage

    While technically a resident of [[Yu-Shan | Yu-Shan]] rather than Nexus, Qurtok has a bit of soft spot in his heart for the city, as it is one of the prime contributors to his domain. He is a rather unassuming-looking god; his hair is usually mussed, and …

  • Seventh Tomb

    There are many streets in Nexus, and all of them get dirty. All of the high-rent districts and most of the middle class ones employ street sweepers to keep the filth down; those in the low-rent districts not only don't have that option, but that patch of …

  • Victrola Flardun

    There is some dark secret that lurks within [[Stone Pine Marsh | Stone Pine Marsh]]; something that Victrola Flardun paid a horrible price to reveal. Victrola was an upstanding citizen, caring wife and community leader; there were very few in …

  • Celebrant's Circle

    The Celebrants' Circle is one of those few secret societies whose membership has remained unknown, even after the society itself was discovered. Soon after the Great Nexus Fire burned down most of the city, leaving Brookside untouched, the neighborhood …