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  • The Founder's Day Massacre

    Fate conspired to have our heroes arrived in Baldur's Gate at precisely the worst time: during the Founder's Day celebrations. Pushing their way through the crowds with the assistant of the halfling butler, Chase Ginblossom, they sought out their patron, …

  • Everybody Pays Up

    Our heroes assemble after their habitual breakfast to set off on the day's assignments. [[:nibs | Nibengîl "Nibs" Orchalion]] attends to the matter of [[:pelagornis | Pelagornis Sandersi IV]] new weapon upgrades, while the ever popular [[:reacher | J'ah …

  • The Watch

    The Watch is the official constabulary of Baldur’s Gate. Although the Watch is technically the Gate’s only civil authority, its soldiers rarely leave the Upper City. Most of the police work in the Lower City is con ducted by the Flaming Fist, and the …

  • The High House of Wonders

    Built from the profits of a lucrative technology deal with the city, the High House of Wonders and the Hall ofWonders stand apart in the Upper City, their pillared marble buildings gleaming white in a cityscape ofyellow and gray. Gond’s first priests in …

  • House Bormul

    Bormul is related to the Bormul nobility in Amn and has interests in southern silver mines and vineyards. They are a proud family with a storied history in Baldur's Gate, and they have never backed the wrong side in a conflict (though this is often due to …

  • Tellus Casavir

    Tellus has returned to Baldur's Gate after having been instructed to start his studies at a seminary. Having no intention of being a priest, he follows in the footsteps of his former pirate father and is embroiled in dangerous adventures with unscrupulous …

  • The Fetcher

    The Fetcher is a jovial and likable man with a broad upper body, a protruding belly, and a burn scar on his forehead. He has control of the vast web of passage and secret basements that make up The Undercellar. His agents are a nearly endless army of …

  • Quentin Casavir

    There once was a time that Quentin Quickblade was counted amongst the most feared corsairs of the Sword Coast. Now he's counted as one of the loudest voices among the patriars. Using some loose genealogical ties to one of the pirates who participated in …

  • Belynne Stelmane

    Stelmane recently suffered a seizure and a long period of unconsciousness, after which she awoke a changed woman. Half of her handsome face is paralyzed now, and an uncertain gait and a constant tremor in her left arm have replaced her once legendary …