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  • On Verified Madness

    All that is known of the author of this single surviving tome, Theophilus Wenn, comes from the introduction of the book itself. If this section is to be believed Wenn was a high ranking member of the Pathfinder Society and contributed much in the way of …

  • Harrowstone Prison

    Harrowstone is a ruined prison — partially destroyed by a fire in 4661, the building has stood vacant ever since. The locals suspect that it’s haunted, and don’t enjoy speaking of the place. Harrowstone was built in 4594. [[Ravengro | Ravengro]] was …

  • The Five Prisoners

    Originally, [[Harrowstone Prison | Harrowstone]] housed only local criminals, but as the prison’s fame spread, other counties and distant lands began paying to have more dangerous criminals housed within this prison’s walls. At the time of the great …

  • Ravengro

    Ravengro is a small settlement in the county of Canterwall, on the edge of Lake Lias. It is a small town, grown around the ill-fated [[Harrowstone Prison | Harrowstone Prison]] as a place for the guards and their families to live. The town grew and …

  • The Restlands

    This is [[Ravengro | Ravengro]]'s cemetery. It holds a number of secrets: after-all the dead do not rest easily in Ravengro! ---- !(media-item-align-center)http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/101271/The_Restlands.jpg(The restlands)!

  • Watcher’s Wood

    A small wood just outside of [[Ravengro]]. As with much of the area, it is said to be haunted, and to have many eyes watching you as you travel through the wood. While exploring the area, the heroes followed a hooded figure who led them to a ring of …

  • Harrowstone Memorial

    Other than the looming ruins of Harrowstone on a nearby hill, Ravengro’s most distinctive landmark is a 25-foot-tall, moss-covered stone statue that overlooks the river. The statue depicts a proud, muscular human man dressed in leathers and wielding a …

  • Ravengro Town Square

    A simple wooden gazebo at the center of a grassy circular plaza serves as the hub for [[Ravengro | Ravengro’s]] major festivals and gatherings. The town council also uses the gazebo as a platform for major announcements. When their labor allows it, …

  • Ravengro Posting Poles

    The best sources for local news in [[Ravengro | Ravengro]] are the posting poles located throughout the town. Here one can find dozens of messages tacked to one of the five huge posts jutting out of the ground — generally, all five posting poles have …

  • Kendra Lorrimor

    At 25 years old, Kendra is trim, neat, and attractive. She has lived in Ravengro for 15 years since her father moved here from Lepidstadt. She has also hinted that she has some connection to the spirit world.

  • Father Grimburrow

    Father Vauran Grimburrow, a priest of "Pharasma":http://pathfinderwiki.com/wiki/Pharasma, serves his parishioners in the town of [[Ravengro | Ravengro]] in the Canterwall county of the nation of Ustalav. He is responsible for the Temple of Pharasma in …

  • Councilman Vashian Hearthmount

    Hearthmount is a retired military commander who settled in Ravengro and took up the mantle of leadership largely so he could retain a sense of self-importance in his old age. He is the most experienced councilman — the other three look to him for guidance …

  • Councilman Gharen Muricar

    Councilman Gharen Muricar is just a few years junior to his lifelong friend [[:councilman-vashian-hearthmount | Vashian Hearthmount]], but acts like a man half his age. He’s the most up to date on matters outside of [[Ravengro | Ravengro]], keeping the …

  • Councilwoman Mirta Straelock

    Councilwoman Mirta Straelock was born and raised in Ravengro. She was the original owner of the town’s tavern, but sold it many years ago just before she took up public office. Popular and earthy, she is the most public face on the council.

  • Councilwoman Shanda Faravan

    Councilwoman Shanda Faravan is a native-born local who served abroad as a royal accuser. She returned home after a scandal involving a prisoner she thought was innocent but who instead played her for a fool. She doesn't speak much about her time as a …

  • Sheriff Benjan Caeller

    Ravengro itself has never been a crime-ridden town (despite—or perhaps because of—the presence of Harrowstone), and its relatively small jail has always been more than enough to handle the town’s criminals (mostly public drunkards, vandals, or other minor …

  • Zokar Elkarid

    Zokar Elkarid holds the philosophy that the best way to meet the horrors of the world is with a jest, for if one can laugh at the worst life has to offer, there remains little to fear. His warm and friendly tavern does its best to live up to this …

  • Jominda Fallenbridge

    Jominda Fallenbridge keeps a well-stocked supply of pharmacological provisions, both herbal and alchemical. Rumors that Jominda crafts and sells dangerous alchemical items like poisons or drugs stem primarily from the fact that Sheriff Caeller is often …

  • Pevrin Elkarid

    Pevrin Elkarid, the oldest son of the owner of the Laughing Demon, has taken the role of Post Boy for the last 3 years, charging 1 cp to transcribe five copies of a post and then ensuring that the copies are posted for at least a week.