Furstdam City Council
Political Luminaries of the City of Shadows
The late Lord Cavatt
does did not think much of advisors and courtiers. Nonetheless, for appearances’ sake if nothing else, Furstdam has something of a court in the form of the City Council. Cavatt’s authoritarian rule has had put a damper on much of the potential for political infighting, as there is was little influence to be had from the man over which to fight. Most of its members fight amongst themselves for territory in the form of local businesses or City Guilds.
In the wake of Lord Cavatt’s death, the Council serves at the pleasure of the new office of the Protector, currently held by the former Captain of the Guard, Revok.
|<Revok Arnswyld||Gerrex (Order)||Mature, muscular Agorian w/ close-trimmed beard & hair. Severe manner, but dedicated to his people|
|Guildmaster, Fireman’s Guild||Yarin Lamplighter||Gerrex (Order)||Large Agorian/Borean man, heavily bearded, quiet but well-respected|
|Guildmaster, Mason’s Guild||Ebbar Vilhon||Gerrex (Order)||Wiry, bookish-but-healthy-looking Agorian man w/ spectacles. A pleasant, honest fellow|
|Chairman, Merchant’s Consortium||Giljan Bembru||Merchants||Chubby, scrupulously clean Agorian man, dresses expensively, devious and sneaky|
|Guildmaster, Miller’s Guild||Merchants||Muscular Borean man, balding, often soiled. Practical and forthright, but greedy|
|Guildmaster, Sweeper’s guild||Sitchar Ilhan||Grange (Anarchy)||Skinny, tired-looking Farrian/Borean man, often soiled, regarded as weak and spineless|
|High Priestess, Temple of Atra the Mother||Gerrex (Order)||Short, attractive Borean/Farrian woman, compassionate and understated in all things|
|High Priest, Temple of Gerrex||Berevar Monsandus||Gerrex (Order)||Loud, self-important, overdressed, boisterous, mature Agorian man w/ white hair and neatly trimmed beard|
|High Priestess, Temple of Obiton||Felenis Sevnon||Varies||Pale Agorian woman, often hooded, morbid and severe|
|High Priest, Temple of Ustian||Drenan Tilmont||Gerrex (Order)||Bespectacled, bookish, and verbose Agorian man, absent-minded|
|Granger, Workman’s Grange|