Refugee Camps

Several thousand refugees live in three main
clusters. The northern camp is home mostly to
Dasseni and Sindairese refugees, while the other
two consist primarily of Ragesians, with some
Ostaliners.

  • The Dasseni refugees — approximately 400
    humans and dwarves, most of them hailing
    from the lands of a noblewoman named Lady
    Timor — recognize the authority of Xavious
    Foebane, a veteran of Dassen’s army who is looking to
    pick a fight with the Ragesians. Conditions
    here are the best among all the refugee camps.
  • The Sindairese refugees — 400 humans, halforcs,
    and gnomes who have long opposed
    Ragesia’s control over their nation — are
    splintered into numerous groups, divided by
    race and religion. Numerous clerics and druids
    are hostile to each other. Laurabec Adelsberg
    is trying to maintain harmony
    among the refugees, but is not interested in
    taking control herself. One group, the Monks
    of Echoed Souls, led by Dreams No Sorrows, are
    particularly persecuted; their people were
    already refugees to Sindaire from distant
    Shahalesti.
  • The Ostaliner population along the south
    shore — about 200 humans and half-elves —
    consists of few refugees. Most are sailors
    or merchants looking to profit during the
    war. Makung Shaftobem is the leader of 50
    mercenaries who fled their country after the
    ruler, Khagan Onamdammin, grew displeased
    with the mercenaries’ former commander and
    had him executed, along with the company’s
    hippogriff steeds. They have three ships, and
    there are rumors they are pressuring other
    captains to ally with them.
  • The majority of the refugees are Ragesian
    nearly 2,000 humans and half-orcs, with a few
    of other races. Most of them fled frantically
    with very few provisions, and so they live
    in terrible conditions. Most of the mages
    and their families lack skills that are needed
    or wanted in Seaquen, and the majority of
    them live in tents. Most townsfolk and other
    refugees avoid the Ragesian sections of the
    camp, for fear that inquisitors may be hiding
    among the refugees. Only a handful of refugees
    managed to get out of Gate Pass. There are no
    clear leaders among these refugees.

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