The Spring of Ardoc
1. Church of Honrar
Quints Fairhand oversees a small chapel tending to the needs of those who come to worship. One of the young daughters of Thom serves as an acolyte.
2. Slippery Eel Inn
A small tavern/common room is warmed by a single large fireplace where Malgive. and his family cooke simple fair to serve. A bar curves from the fireplace to wrap one corner of the space with a single staircase leading up to 8 small rooms for rent.
3. Iron Hook Smiths
Thom Oglefrost is chief smith and owner. He is a wiry middle aged man employing one journeyman and one apprentice to assist in crafting the iron and steel needs of a fishing village. Simple weapons can be had and armor repaired if need be. Martial weapons can be repaired and even crafted if negotiated. For the most part common items are primary output.
4. Sully’s General Goods
Sully is a homely looking fellow who makes up for looks with tremendous wit and wisdom. His shop sells daily use items, dry goods, fishing supplies, simple clothing items, etc. It is rare indeed to find potions, scrolls or other items out of the ordinary on premise.
5. Fish Barrel Smokehouse
A faint pall of haze is constantly drifting from the chimney, windows and doors of the premisises with the smells of smoked meats permeating. Gregory the lesser presides over the racks of fish being slowly smoked in the warm interior. For a percentage of the catch, he will agree to smoke the meats brought to him by any villager or hunter. For an additional percentage, he will act as broker as well.
6. Sheriff’s Barracks
Lidtfisk is close enough to Ardoc and small enough in import that no keep or roral lineage exists. Instead Lord Misktik acts as sheriff from the barracks. A small company (30 man at arms) lives and guards the town and surroundings as well as maintaining the fire in the tower that guides the fishermen back in at night to pull their shallow boats onto shore.
7. Fisherman’s Shore
Simple sturdy wooden boats are pulled up on shore at night to be pushed out to sea by their small 3-4 man crews to fish every day.
A mix of livestock is kept here during the night. During the day, the herd animals are taken to the grassy shored just outside the town to graze.
Small one and a half story homes with stone walled cellars and shale roofs mottled with lichen make up most dwellings.
a. This small house is currently vacant after it’s last owner was lost at sea with no hiers stepping forward. Talk to Lord Miskik to rent/buy
10. Ancient face of Vandaren
Large warn carved visages like this are still found along older roads. Travellers are know to still leave token offerings of food or drink hoping for good fortune on travels.