Vassal of Laurent
Words: "Always Faithful."
Sigil: "A forest green dog against a yellow beehive pattern"
The area making up the Barony of Duskshire has long been abandoned. While there's more history there for the finding, for now it remains a place that the now-Baron has reclaimed and, with the support of the Laurent family, has brought under Laurent rule in the Barony known as Duskshire. A burgeoning Barony with solid leadership with close ties to their Duchy, the area is nonetheless very much a work in progress still.
|Norwood||1||Baron||Baron of Clement|
|Margerie||3||Noble Family||Baroness-Consort of Clement|
|Adalyn||3||Noble Family||Heir of Clement|
|Eddard||3||Noble Family||Noble family|
|Vitalis||3||Noble Family||Noble family|
|Gerrick||4||Trusted House Servants||Margerie's Body Guard|
|Breccan||4||Trusted House Servants||Plant Friend|
|Everett||4||Trusted House Servants|
|Shae||7||Trusted Ally||Margerie's Daughter|
|Amari||7||Trusted Ally||Norwood's former squire|
|Apollo||7||Trusted Ally||House advisor|
Description: Duskshire Keep is located on the leftern branch of the Lycene Split along the river between Artshall and Acorn Hall. This run down, derelict fortress is small and built out of the granite itself. The lands straddle the river and southernmost edges of a swath of forest. The area is rich in hardwoods as well as animals to be hunted. There is land to the west that could be cultivated for farming, but it is massively overgrown and would require a large undertaking to clean up. There's a crumbling, useless jetty lays in the river like a moldering skeleton. It could be useful, if it wasn't so totally useless.
With the lands straddling the river and southernmost edges of a swath of forest, the area is rich in hard woods and animals to be trapped and sold for furs. The location over the river would give someone actually using the region a useful port, if they were to build it. Currently there's just a useless crumbling jetty.
While still in its infancy, Duskshire breeds mules specifically for traveling though the less welcoming parts of the compact.
Landmarks: The Great Road