Tag: People of Freedom

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  • Sara Mashi

    Sara's family, an offshoot of the "Kōga Clan":https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ninja#Shimabara_rebellion was exiled from Japan following the events of the "Shimabara Rebellion":https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shimabara_Rebellion in 1638. Her father Kōga Mashi, …

  • Thond Grubsmith

    This surly old hill-fairy works as a cook at Zimmerman's Tavern. A nomad at heart, his house is little more than a lean-to of scrap wood and tarps, easily assembled and just as easily torn down and bundled into his pack. One of your forefathers slew a …

  • Amos Fortune

    Once a slave of Sir George Mason, Amos was brought along on the first Transmontane expedition to pitch tents and dig latrines for his master. While returning from the expedition, he burst his chains and fled into the wilds, stealing a beautiful African …

  • Zibbler Zen-Topple

    An educated, experienced, and initiated Imperial Wizard, Zibbler recently returned to Prosperia colony from gallivanting across Europe when he received news that his aging (ancient in fact) father and mother had both taken ill. He has worked for the last …

  • Best Girls

    These ten adolescent girls were taken from their homes in Sierra Leone to be sold into slavery in Virginia. Of the groups of slaves rescued by the party, they are the quietest and most self-isolating. They were taken during the early part of their …

  • Best Boys

    † Because of their cultural association with chickens, their "Summon Minor Monsters":http://www.d20pfsrd.com/magic/all-spells/s/summon-minor-monster spells always summon 1d3 coal-black [[Ayam Cemani | Ayam Cemani]] ---- These fifteen were taken from …

  • Mothers of Misfortune

    *Available 1st-level Spells:* While they have been instructed by the party to prepare certain spells, they are still individuals with their own personal needs and inclinations. Each day roll 1d20 for the number of any given spell prepared: * _Cure Light …

  • Elisha Markus Bokken

    No story about the Misty Blue Mountains would be complete without a mention of the old hermit. Elisha Marcus Bokken is one of the most enigmatic individuals to wander these hills. Bokken was born in Kent, England in 1627. He taught briefly at "Tonbridge …

  • Svetlana Leveton

    The Trading Post at Swift Run Gap is located at the crest of the Blueridge Mountains. Owned and operated by a stern and somewhat unimaginative man named Oleg Leveton and his wife Svetlana, the trading post’s remote location and inconvenient distance from …

  • Oleg Leveton

    The Trading Post at Swift Run Gap is located at the crest of the Blueridge Mountains. Owned and operated by a stern and somewhat unimaginative man named Oleg Leveton and his wife Svetlana, the trading post’s remote location and inconvenient distance from …

  • Hemp Wearers

    Followers of [[:chief-hancock | Chief Graceful Cock]], only thirty-seven of the original tribe still live after their disastrous war with Carolina colony nearly a decade ago, all of them men. Eight years of running, fighting, and scrounging have made them …

  • Rel Ter

    While you are still young, you have made quite the name for yourself in the village. The common folk look to you to solve their problems and protect them from dangers. You are sturdy and well-built. Your father was an outcast, rightfully or not. Your …

  • Bittercress

    *Martial Maneuvers:* * Maneuvers Readied: 7 | *Maneuver* | *Level* | *Discipline* | *Action* | *Effect* | | -Sun Dips Low- | 2 | Thrashing Dragon | Immediate | The disciple opposes an enemy’s attack roll by making an Acrobatics check. If successful …

  • Shaking Snow (Hadawa'ko)

    The grandfather of [[:chief-hancock | Chief Graceful Cock]], Shaking Snow is an mean, spiteful old man, who, after centuries of witnessing the constant erosion of his tribe by the European settlers, has come to hate all things that are foreign, and has …

  • Drowned Tuscaroran

    Followers of [[:chief-hancock | Chief Graceful Cock]], these 11 warriors have, in the eight years since their defeat by the Imperial army in Carolina, chosen to embrace the waters to lighten the burden on their companions who were tasked with hunting and …

  • The Musketeers

    These fifteen were taken from their home in Sierra-Leon more than a year ago with the intent of selling them into slavery. Often forced to fight for the amusement of their captors (the adult men were never used for this purpose because of the perceived …

  • Rukor

    Leader and speaker for the [[:mothers-of-misfortune | Mothers of Misfortune]], Rukor (who's name means "First Initiate") is the Majo (or leader) of their "Sande":https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sande_society. She has made a concerted effort to learn English …

  • Achsaquareesey (“Wisest and Best”)

    Followers of Chief Graceful Cock, only thirty-seven of the original tribe still live after their disastrous war with Carolina colony nearly a decade ago, all of them men. Eight years of running, fighting, and scrounging have made them hard men — dedicated …