Society and Culture Edit
Notable Individuals Edit
|Elro Aldataur||NPC||A neutral-aligned male Elven ranger and the appointed leader of Palebank Village.|
|Urgon Wenth||NPC||A male Dwarven explorer.|
Government and Defense Edit
Palebank Village is led and governed by Elro Aldataur, an Elven ranger and the village's appointed leader, who delegates tasks to individuals who prove themselves as trusted friends and allies. Aldataur, who was appointed as the village's leader around 775 PD, oversaw the village's expansion and protection.
Aldataur has sixty to ninety Glassblades at his command, who protect the townsfolk in rotating squads from territorial monsters who wander too close to the village. Some civilians are also willing to take up arms in defense of the city if necessary.
Commerce and Organizations Edit
Basic supplies are tradable and buyable at small inns and supply shacks. The people of Palebank are ice fishers, trappers, and hunters, returning in small caravans to Uthodurn to sell wares and restock supplies.
Law and Crime Edit
Crime in Palebank is rare, as there is little room in the small community for any worthwhile criminal activity. Any crime that occurs is out of necessity and punished accordingly by the town's leader.
City Description Edit
Just north of the Flotket Alps, Palebank Village is situated against the low cliff boundary of the Crystalsands Tundra. It is a ramshackle village locked in eternal winter, surrounded by four watchtowers and a ten-foot-tall palisade of sharpened logs, and is comprised of over one hundred cabins and shacks. As the town is too small for distinct neighborhoods, most businesses and residences are established wherever they can be fitted, resulting in a meandering town layout. Palebank has a small dock located on the adjacent sand-and-snow beaches, fifteen feet below the northern cliff. The docks hold around one dozen ships that typically include fishing vessels and cargo ships.
As of 835 PD, Palebank's docks were expanded to accommodate increased interest in expeditions northwest to Eiselcross, for which Palebank became a launching point. This led to growing trade and a need for more inns.
- Frozen Sick