Capital of Sunfalls

Updated: 14 August 2008

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“The Client” (SG-13) The mysterious sponsor of Besth the researcher's doomed mission to map the route to and through the ancient Durgoshii power site known as "the Devourer." He (or she) hired Besth in Sunfalls, but her journal reveals little else.
Fossey (Dead) (13) A deceased childhood friend of Besth, the Hobbitish researcher. She began referring to Fossey regularly in the final pages of her journal, which became extremely cramped, distrubed and personal. She wrote as though she were speaking directly to Fossey and as though Fossey were actually there.

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Libriohenaeum (B) A solemn secular order of researchers, librarians and archaeologists that adheres striuctly to a code of non-interference and neutrality to all politics but that which affects or threatens their collections. The stacks are not public. The Libriohenaum can trace its origins back to the Mazarean Empire, and boasts libraries throughout the world, including one Eudaemonia in the Monotheocrate Order. When the Dragon Fleet returned to Hankuo, amongst the emissaries was a collection of texts and a score of researchers from the Libriohenaeum. (Touched by Gods. Penumbra 2001. p. 5)

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