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  • Marquess Duncan mac Mordaigh

    Squire Duncan (Dunk to all) has 'ruled' his little march with benign neglect for almost thirty years. He's the archetypal country squire; kind, soft, and given to extolling the deeds of his more notable ancestors. He spends the greater part of his time …

  • Wolfe Ar Là

    Wolfe came to St. Martindale's from the northern frontiers of the Realm about fifteen years ago, and his strong accent hasn't faded one grating burr since. He bought twelve head of sheep when he arrived with heavy golden coins milled with Sun-Kingdom …

  • The de Luytes

    Lucian and Catherine de Luyte are a young married couple with farmland just outside the city walls. Like most of the farmers around St. Martindale, they take advantage of the rich earth to grow barley, wheat, and vegetables. The two are very devout, …

  • Jarilo

    Here is something that is true; find any building, hovel, or hole with anvils ringing and forges glowing, and you will find a son of Earth at the bellows. There is only one dwarf in the village of St.-Martindale-By-Hollow; the smith, Jarilo. He was …

  • Jocasta mac Mordaigh

    [[:marquess-duncan-mac-mordaigh | Squire Dunk]] has never married, and seeing as he reached 50 years last autumn, he certainly seems in no hurry to do so. But the genial lord is not without family; apart from his elderly mother and faithful valet, he has …

  • Isselmeer

    Isselmeer (Horace Isselmeer, but nobody called him 'Horace' except his late wife) has been serving the household of [[:marquess-duncan-mac-mordaigh | Marquess Duncan mac Mordaigh]] since he was a boy, as did his father and his father's father. He is Dunk' …

  • Celes Isselmeer

    Celes Isselmeer stands a good five inches taller than her father, which means a good six inches or so taller than most men in the town and two feet taller than her teacher in the craft, [[:jarilo | Jarilo]]. Although [[:isselmeer | Isselmeer]] had hoped …

  • Jean-Michel and Coline Desjardins

    The Desjardins farm fairly large holdings that extend from the shores of the river to near the rim of The Hollow. In addition to grain and dairy farming, the family has a well established vineyard and cellar. These diversified crops and the fine …

  • Iathri

    Iathri holds a deed of citizenship of St. Martindale from Malcolm mac Mordaigh, the current Marquess' grandfather. Elvish lifespans being what they are, she's kept the role of town watchwoman since before almost anyone in the town was born. Where she came …

  • Pontus

    The stereotype of man-elves as shameless cads and unscrupulous swindlers is a trope largely undeserved by the general population; in Pontus' case, however, it is an accurate trope well-deserved. The elven merchant is the primary link between the citizens …

  • Moira mac Mordaigh

    Lady Moira is eighty-six years old, which makes her by a fine margin the oldest human in St. Martindale. In her day she was famous for more or less running the affairs of the manor and mills while her husband, Thormond, slept off his ale. She's lost none …

  • The Halmskjalds

    Helga and Torvald Halmskjald have farmed their marshy patch of soil near the lake for fifteen years; a blink of an eye in a town as old and set-in-its-ways as St. Martindale. They were refugees from a village that was destroyed by bandits in the Earth …

  • Otto Armand

    Otto Armand superficially resembles [[:marquess-duncan-mac-mordaigh | the local squire]], with his rotund figure and air of self-importance, but the differences end there. Armand takes himself and his duties as town constable, if anything, _too_ seriously …

  • Archimedes Schwulst

    Doktor Archimedes Schwulst would prefer that you refer to him as such, but you won't, of course. You'll call him 'Archie' like everyone else in St. Martindale, and he won't really mind overly much, although he might bluster a bit about his academic …

  • Veronique d'Ill-la-Riviere

    Veronique is widely known to be a half-sister of [[:marquess-duncan-mac-mordaigh | Dunk]], although such things are widely not discussed out of politesse. The young lady rules The Dancing Bear with an iron hand wrapped in well-tended and much-beloved …

  • The Weavers

    Helen is Irina Shepard's sister, and she and her husband Walter own a farm near to the Hollow north of town. They do much of the spinning, carding, and weaving of Irina's wool. In addition to that work, they raise some small 30 acreage of wheat and …

  • Mikkel Chandler

    Mikkel was always a bit of an odd duck; growing up, he apprenticed to his father's trade in candlemaking and took to it well, but his passions from an early age were devoted to the strange and dangerous art of alchemical experimentation. He's always first …

  • Niels Carpenter

    Niels is a man of twenty-eight years who has been the primary woodworker in St. Martindale since the passing of his uncle, whom he apprenticed under. He is a quiet, shy man who reveres the Angels. His craftsmanship is sturdy and reliable, and a few of his …

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