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  • Perched at the fringe of the treacherous jungles of the Mwangi Expanse, Sargava was the loved southern colony of the nice Empire of Cheliax. while the empire fell to devils a century in the past, turbulent oceans and fierce pirates reduce Sargava from the aid and defenses of its dad or mum country, stranding it in a desert of affliction and loss of life. Pathfinder significant other: Sargava, the misplaced Colony presents Pathfinder RPG gamers with every little thing they should live to tell the tale the Serpent’s cranium Pathfinder event Path.
  • Learn the background of this determined Chelish colony and the traditional traditions it upholds extra strongly even than within the fallen native land. discover Eleder, the capital urban of Sargava, and the numerous intrigues that continue it balanced on a knife’s fringe of extinction. pick out a crusade trait appropriate to the Serpent’s Skull or a number of jungle adventures, examine the secrets and techniques of the tribal ideals of the Mwangi, and subscribe to among the many pirate clans prowling the colony’s western seashores during this necessary participant reference for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.

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The handful of Mwangi who've discovered to learn magical writings have performed so because the arrival of the Chelish colonials, and what spellbooks they've got are precious heirlooms. eleven ® better half TM SETTLEMENTS OF SARGAVA even supposing Sargava has demonstrated a number of forts, outposts, and ranches in additional than part a millennium of heritage, the colonials have based just a unmarried city—the shining port of Eleder, the place their ships first landed. Their different significant urban, Kalabuto, was once no longer lots based as chanced on, positioned at the new nation’s frequently contested japanese border, already as outdated because the nice timber round it, and populated by means of an enormous tribe of natives. even though Kalabuto is way extra populous, Eleder is still Sargava’s professional capital—perhaps as the colonists do not totally belief a urban they didn’t construct themselves. 12 Sargava, The misplaced Colony ELEDER Eleder LN small urban Corruption +1; Crime +0; economic system +3; legislations +3; Lore +2, Society +1 traits insular, wealthy, racially illiberal (Mwangi), strategic situation chance +5 Demographics govt autocracy inhabitants 8,900 (8,000 people [3,000 colonials, 5,000 Mwangi], 500 halflings, two hundred dwarves, a hundred elves, a hundred others) striking NPCs Baron Utilinus, Grand Custodian of Sargava (male human cleric of Aroden) basic Septimia Arodatus, Grand Praetor of Sargava, commander of the Sargavan safeguard (female half-elf fighter) Commander Ezio Egorius, Praetor of Eleder (male human paladin of Aroden) woman Madrona Daugustana, matriarch of Eleder (female human aristocrat) Briga, proprietor of Sargava membership (female half-orc barbarian) industry Base price 5,600 gp; buy restrict 37,500 gp; Spellcasting sixth Minor goods 4d4; Medium goods 3d4; significant goods 1d6 visual appeal Eleder is ruled via large stone docks, the place ships from so much international locations at the Arcadian Ocean lie moored. town is an strange mix of structure, because the gothic stonework of the colonists’ local Cheliax has tailored to the local development types. through necessity forgoing their conventional, stoic structures in want of much less stuffy, open designs that larger strive against the warmth, the structures of valuable Eleder are huge and coffee and customarily contain a spacious internal courtyard. even though Eleder itself is surrounded through a strong stone wall, the person houses of many colonials additionally function low stone partitions and iron gates—a ornamental concession to their roots that does not anything to make their houses much less cozy. those constructions are joined by means of simpler wooden and canvas constructions, and outdoors town partitions, numerous mud-daub huts—the houses of the local workers—stretch some distance out into the pineapple fields. heritage the unique founders of Sargava chosen a small, typical harbor because the website in their destiny colony, progressively increasing from a stockaded encampment to the sprawling, walled urban that's this day known as Eleder, after the bold daughter of 1 of the unique colonists, whose mild international relations and efforts to benefit Polyglot enabled the colonists to dwell in larger peace and cooperation with the locals.

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