The Spring of Ardoc
Lidtfisk is a small fishing village about two days out from Ardoc. The smells of salt air, fresh fish and the smokehouse are a constant. A low wall joins many of the houses to create a shell of protection on the land side. A small contingent of Ardoc troops man this last outpost on the lost sea road with a small lighthouse fire always burning. There are several small farm crofts in a days walk and then wilderness.
1. Ferry Station
Bart Strongarm runs a ferry across the Severot. 1 sp per pair of legs
2. Church of St Antenious
A very small church where the half elf Judge Advocate Alfred the Elder quietly assists all those who come in need. The church itself is a simple stone and wood structure.
3. Traders’ Crossing
General Exchange where produce dried meats and goods can be bought and sold
4. Dripping Cloak Supplies
A little bit of everything passes through the doors of Henri and Eda’s shop. Clothing and basic household and travel needs are available.
5. Littleford Mill
Run by Shurgen One eye, local farmers bring grain in to be processed to flour. Typical cost is one bag out of every six belongs to Shurgen.
6. Sara’s Medicinals
Basic herbs and materials needed for both healers kits and certain potions are displayed on and behind a simple counter in a bright clean storefront.
7. Leaky Barge Inn
A small tavern/common room is warmed by two small fireplaces where Richard and his children cook simple fair to serve. A bar runs from fireplace to fireplace along one wall with a single staircase leading up to 10 small rooms for rent.
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.
8. Severot Forge
Severin Strong hand owns and runs the local forge. 2 apprentices and 1 jpurneyman work in the smithee for him.
Small one and a half story homes with stone walled cellars and shale roofs mottled with lichen make up most dwellings.
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.