There is at least one thing I am grateful for. I know my place. Ever since Anrudiel returned from his ‘heroics’ everything has gone up in the air. I’m not sure as to what will follow but at least it still continues as it unfortunately always has.

Keolith was married a few days ago to Windswept Flower. I was told it was a beautiful ceremony. Somehow he managed to get both the Elves and Dwarves to act civilly towards each other to bless their marriage. It was enough in fact for me and their clerics to consecrate an area burial. Not that it didn’t have it’s own troubles in itself, and in fact has been the cause of mine.

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It’s been difficult to really get a grasp on how much has changed. Only a few weeks ago Fair Harbour was isolated, trade was far and few between. We weren’t starving and we weren’t getting sick but we were only barely making it. Now the place is starting to get better, finally. This little seedling of a village is slow growing but hardy. Read More

…Now that lot, well, they are at least a little more predictable. This other group not so much. Completely and utterly responsible for ruining the town meeting and the initial agreement with the Harass and Fae. They all bar one don’t fit. I just don’t feel comfortable around them although, if you think about it, Fair Harbour was founded by misfits. Criminal misfits mind you but none of them were a neat jigsaw before coming here. What worries me more is that they don’t understand the ways of the area but are keen to help, something’s not right. Oh and let me not forget the whole black feathered fire breathing dragon…

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Usually, people just come and go from Fair Harbour so I’ve had to look after this place alone. A few, mainly Varic, would say that was self-inflicted. It wasn’t my job, nor my calling to protect this place but I did. The village was a rogues’ gallery turned farmers. Their crops were dying, they were too by each other’s hands and who’s to say how many of them were claimed by the forest. It took a simple prayer to Chauntea and a clear mind to put everything back into order. I don’t know why I’m so determined to make this place work.  These new folks, however, don’t understand the delicate weave I’ve created here. Take this first group:

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