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Hi, anyone can edit this page.

I wanted to use this area to have a quick reference to Talon, wealth and power.
Driftwood (pop. 600 (human, half-orc, orc) lead by a Cleric of Malar (lvl 7).

Castle Gordok (pop 1400 (600 goblin, 325 orcs, 40 half-orcs 200 Hobgoblins) Lead by Hobgoblin chief and Son of Velk the Troll. Home to the Dwarf and Forge

Iron mine (disorganized (pop 420 (300 goblin slaves 100 orc slaves 20 half-orc workers) lead by the party. Location of new Obsidian Forge started.

Rough estimate of gold reserves (6000-10000)

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