Archive for January 17th, 2023

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Timmiz, Lady Crystal (Petrichor 365)

17 January, 2023

A recent arrival to Port Imperial is the enigmatic Timmiz, Lady Crystal, a beautiful older Visse woman.  She is the wife and chosen agent of the Lord Crystal, one of the rulers of the Diamond Clan of the Gemkine (or dwarves, as they are commonly known).

This plus cobra equals Bistsi.Timmiz is a perfectly formed woman but only four feet, seven inches (138cm) tall but she seems much taller, she has a significant presence.  Her hair is a pale blond and worn in a braid that, if not looped up (as she usually does) the tips would almost drag on the ground while her eyes are a lovely shade of indigo.   She is always well dressed, it is an amazing talent. Timmiz always has an air of amused detachment about her but she is always observing and learning.  She prefers to ask questions and see where such inquiries end up.  Timmiz does not talk about herself or her plans, deflecting such inquiry to tourist-like concerns.

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Tuesday Magic Item – Timekeeper’s Medallion

17 January, 2023

Keeping timeVoddick watched the overseer, silently counting and then nodding as they called a shift change.

Gollaon brought over two drinks, wine and a mug of ale for their friend.  “You seem particularly fascinated by workers today.”

“It just reminds me of home,” he took a drink of ale.  “The timekeeping and order particularly.”

Timekeeper’s Medallion

These amulets are usually round and designed to fit comfortably in the palm of one’s hand.  One side is usually unadorned, while its magic is not active, while the other side is decorated often with the arms or symbol of the group who commissioned it.  They are usually worn on a chain.

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House of Seven Clocks (Petrichor 365)

17 January, 2023

As time wears on, and more money is made in and around Port Imperial, more expensive and exclusive places to stay and meet are being built, the House of Seven Clocks, is one such inn.

A fine place to stayFinanced by a consortium of local business owners, much of the construction materials for the inn were directly imported so it has a more traditional appearance than most of the buildings in town which is sometimes comforting to new arrivals to Port ImperialThe House of Seven Clocks has an excellent outreach program, recruiting rich patrons for the inn before they have even arrived in Port Imperial. Read the rest of this entry ?

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