| Akeron | Locations | Dowry
Alignment CN
Modifiers Corruption +2. Crime -1, Economy +0, Law+0, Society -3, Lore +1
Qualities Notorious, Magically Attune, Rumor mongering Citizens
Danger +15
Government Overlord
Population 4,000
60% Humans, 20% Dwarves, 10% Half-Orcs, 5% Elves, 5% Other
Notable NPCs

Spurned Prince August Van'gnost
Scheming Wizard Annashen Silverstone
Disgruntled Captain Dougal Beauford
Guild Master Escaldo Gladshock
Dock Master Rusty Pete

Base Value/ Purchase Limit 2,400 gp/12,000 gp
Spellcasting 7th
Minor Items 3d4
Medium Items 2d4
Major Items 1d4
  • Map
  • Buildings
  • Deity Acionna
  • Deity Dulari
  • Deity Yollari
1 Chantry Alehouse 21  
2 Van'gnost Castle 22  
3 Temple of Dulari 23 Fanton's Ale House
4 Silverstone Inn and Public House 24  
5 Butterwick's Inn and Hostel 25  
6 Ethesia House 26  
7 Market Square 27 Temple of Acionna
8 Alchemy Guild 28  
9 Merchant's Guild 29 Finn Wahl's Public House
10 Constable's Tower 30 Mr. Fangs' Public House >
11 Derum Ebbar Bank 31  
12   32 Dockworkers Guild
13 Ferry Port 33 Foundry
14 Gerrari Coachworks 34 Auction Hall
15 Piker Pub and Inn 35  
16 Black Hydra Fighting School 36 Meadflower Brewery
17   37 Blackrose Magic Emporium
18 Boot Knife Tavern 38 Hawthorn Street
19 Freight Chief Road House 39 Foxhorn Inn
20 Church of Yollari    

Picture Acionna
Goddess of the sea

Often feared for he temper, Acionna is actually a nurturing mother of life. It is said the narwhales act as her messengers.

Acionna has stirred the sea creating life and protecting favored travelers. When the titans ruled these lands she fell in love with one. Arghast was a clan chief strong and fearless. The battle against the demons was never ending. Arghast was not immune to the beauty of the sea. He and Acionna poured their passions into on another. Not long after Arghast was killed fighting a battle near the shores of modern day Hlofreden. Acionna gave birth to a child Targus. Targus shares the traits of a titan and a god. It is said that he will often take the form of a sea traveller to move among men in order to carry out his mother’s wishes.

Relationships to other religions
Acionna, after her affair with the titan took on a more difficult relationship with Urdemogn the earth god. Their relationship is much like that of the land and the sea. Symbiotic at times with points of tension that erode one or the other. It is said that the most violent storms are Acionna venting her rage against Urdemogn. A tsunami is said to be Urdemogn’s retaliation.

Often depicted a a beautiful long haired woman. She cloths herself in sea foam and wearing a dress of waves and a laurel of kelp.

Divine Intervention
Acionna has been know to spare ships and villages from the ravages of the sea.

Divine Servants
Targus, her son acts as a liaison between the gods beyond the veil and the prime material. Targus is a Demigod that can transform himself into the likeness of any humanoid. His mother’s water nature manifested in him as the ability to transform into water vapor and move about. As an immortal he has wandered among humankind for ages. Sometimes he is more engaged in the activities of mortals. Other times he looses interest and entertains himself in the ocean. As an immortal being of demigod status he is actually susceptible to being bound by a Magus Arcani for a term of seven years. For this reason he is carful not to leave tokens behind, for these items could be used to bind him.

Church of Acionna
Often a cultural center for people who make their living at sea. Morning prayers and blessing protect the fleet and bless the day’s catch.

Worshipers and Clergy
Worshiper of Acionna tend to earn their livelihood on or near the sea. Fishermen are the most common, but many sea Captains see her as a guiding force in exploration, conquest and discovery.
Clergy tend to be a mix of men and women at all levels of the church which encourages large numbers of female clergy. In other religions where their influences are capped or limited, Acionna is far more socially enabling of women.

Temples and Shrines
There is no set pattern for these temples the few in existence are all vastly different. Shrines tend to show Acionna riding one or two narwhales.

Holy Texts
Text and scriptures tend more toward sea maps and weather almanacs. Clergy tend to preach on topics of social respect and intellectual enlightenment. The nadir of the religion warns of the demons and the formless ones that always threaten to tear down the social gains of a civil society.

làn-mara, high tide on the longest day of the year and seòl-mara low tide on the shortest day of the year. The summer festival is typically celebrated with a market festival in the morning and a regatta in the afternoon. The winter celebrations tend to be held indoors. Story telling is a common activity served with a generous portion of wines and ales.

Cleric Alignments

Water, Weather, Charm, Healing.

Oceans, Storms, Love.

Favored Weapon
Harpoon, Hand Axe

Goddess of the moon

The governing eye of the night she is the goddess of forgiveness and redemption. Turning her back on the world one a month she begins anew forgetting and forgiving. Many see her as forgetful and indifferent.

Living off the light of the sun god has made Dulari resentful of the sun God. Her powers are not direct and strong like the sun God. Her strengths are more subtle, but just as influential. Dulari inhabits one of the oldest thrones. She is often credited with control over the oceans. Again her power there is more subtle. Acionna worshipers often regard Dulari positively. Her perceived dark nature is embodied in her companion animal the crow.

Relationships to other religions
Dulari opposes the sun god in all things, but never directly. preferring to subvert than to engage in direct conflict. Her relationship to Acionna is the most friendly.

Ghostly white in appearance with dark orb-like eyes. She wears a crownlike veil that is actually vestigial wings.

Divine Intervention
Dulari rarely acts spontaneously, preferring to make choices after thoughtful contemplation. She never grants intervention on a new moon. Her powers are at her strongest on a full moon.

Divine Servants
Crows and ravens are her messengers. She elevates one crow to demigod status when the previous one dies (about every 15 years). These direct companions are able to assume many forms and can enlarge to giant proportions.

Church of Dulari
Magnificent temples are not uncommon. Tall spires and grand halls pay homage to the night sky and the constellations. Clerics of Dulari are well versed in the zodiac. Often advisors to powerful leaders, clerics usually ave great knowledge of the inner workings of their social networks. The portent of dreams is of high importance to the clerics and usually an appointed Dreamer spends most of his or her time in meditation as an open conduit to the will of Dulari.

Worshipers and Clergy
Clerics tend to be of neutral alignment, since they will work equally will with law, chaos, good, and evil.

Followers tend to profit in their vocations from information.

Temples and Shrines
Structures tend to be crafted from white stone with a tendency for tall spires. The most majestic example of a Dulari temple is in the city of Dowery.

Holy Texts
Cryptic texts are the norm for Dulari clerics. Zodiac infused texts are fully illuminated and often gilded in silver.

The full moon is always sacred and often used for ceremonies and celebrations. The longest night of the year is celebrated as Yule.

Cleric Alignments

Darkness, Rune, Trickery

Oceans, Stars, Ambush, Moon, Whimsey

Favored Weapon
Falchion, Scimitar.

God of travelers and those who make their living on the road.

Yollari is seen as a protector. Traveling merchants wear his totems as a form of protection. Scouts and guides wear these same totems as a form of supporting that faith in protection. Most scouts and rangers spend time alone and worship Yollari as a companion who has greater knowledge of the terrain.

Yollari was said to have mapped the known world. In his quest to visit all the lands he continued his journeys into the planes in an effort to understand the world in all forms.

Yollari was once mortal. Crossing the Veil during his journeys he ascended to god status. It is said that his many maps and journals of the world and the planes act as a guide to all who follow in his footsteps. Legend says that he once crafted a tome to guide his followers on his path, but the book was stolen and never recovered. Clerics of Yollari quest for this tome.

Relationships to other religions
Yollari is a loner. He is also neutral towards all other gods regardless of alignment.

Yollari is depicted as a middle aged cloaked male. His companion hawk is always near by.

Divine Intervention
Loyal followers unjustly placed in peril are likely to receive intervention. Followers imperiled under natural selection rarely receive intervention.

Divine Servants
Yollari is said to be accompanied in his divine travels by a white hawk. Predator animals are often used as messengers for Yollari.

Church of Yollari
Even non-worshipers will visit the Church of Yollari. A respected church by most, the church is known for its integration with communities. Most cities have at least a small church within their borders. Often consulted prior to traveling blessing are available for a small fee.

Worshipers and Clergy
Clerics of the great traveller Yollari aim the achieve broad knowledge of the area their worshipers inhabit. Maps and local lore are available to worshipers. In exchange worshipers tithe to fund the network of rangers and scouts that extend the churches knowledge of local places and happenings. Nature is respected as is life, but it is also understood that death is a natural part of life.

Temples and Shrines
Structures for the church Yollari tend to be more like trading posts than traditional churches. Rangers and scouts often draw their work from assignments of the church. Merchants go to the church to find credible guides and scouts.

Holy Texts
Maps, botanical guides, and other writings are sacred to followers of Yollari. One of the most sacred texts is the book of 10 & 1, said to be Yollari’s last work and a gift to his followers. The tomes was said to have been stolen and has fallen into mortal hands. Many have claimed to have seen the book, but there are few credible accounts.

Seasonal changes are celebrated by followers. These gathering are held outdoors in the form of a fair. Winter celebrations involve sculpting large snow sculptures and tend to revolve around the slaughtering of buck that is eaten ceremonially by all in attendance. Yollari’s gift ensures that all who attend the feast may eat of the buck no matter the number in attendance.

Cleric Alignments

Animal, Knowledge, Liberation, Plant, Travel

Fur, Feather, Decay, Growth, Exploration, Trade

Favored Weapon

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