Pathfinder: Kingmaker Campaign
- Owner of Oleg’s Trading Post.
- Wife of Oleg Leveton and co-owner of Oleg’s Trading Post.
- The soldier in charge of the defenses at Oleg’s Trading Post.
- A traveling priest who came to Oleg’s Trading Post to assist the charter group.
- A clan of kobolds, they have vowed to grant their aid to the Aldori Swordlords as repayment for services rendered.
- Peddler and purveyor of powerful potions.
- Ex-lieutenant of the Stag Lord and paladin of Erastil.
- An expatriate politician from Kyonin and experienced duelist.
Happs Bydon (Deceased)
- Second-in-command of the bandits at Thorn River Camp
- Commander of the bandits at Thorn River Camp.
- Kesten Garess’ old coworker. He’s wanted for theft and banditry, and Kesten will reward anyone who can bring him back, preferably alive.
- A dim-witted strong-arm favored by the Stag Lord.
- One of the Stag Lord’s lieutenants, he wants Akiros dead for taking his livelihood away.
- Seven of the Stag Lord’s most trusted henchmen.
The Stag Lord
- A mysterious figure who owns the allegiance of nearly every bandit in the Greenbelt. His favored men wear silver stag pendants as a sign of their loyalty. He currently resides at the Stag Lord’s Fort on the coast of the Tuskwater.
- The PCs home base in the Stolen Lands. Owned by Oleg and Svetlana Leveton.
- Notable NPCs: Oleg Leveton, Svetlana Leveton, Kesten Garess, Jhod Kavken.
- Current Population – 12
B. Lonely Grave
- A forgotten gravestone hidden among the weeds.
C. Trap-Filled Glade
- Breeg Orlivanch hid bear traps all over this area. They have not been removed.
D. Bokken’s Hut
- Home of the local potion-maker, Bokken.
E. Dead Trapper
- Breeg Orlivanch’s body was found and buried here. His murder has not been solved.
F. Fairy Nest
- Tyg-Titter-Tut and Perlivash make their home here and play pranks on travelers for fun.
G. Moon Radish Patch
- A patch of rare moon radishes grows here. They’re a favorite of the Sootscale Kobolds, and are well-known for their medicinal properties.
- Once home to a Trapdoor Spider, now an empty pit.
I. Hot Springs
- A natural hot spring that houses two giant frogs. This area has not been explored.
J. Temple of the Elk
- An ancient temple restored from its cursed state.
- Once a bandit base camp, now an abandoned post on the edge of the Narlmarches.
L. Gold Mine
- A split in the hills here reveals an untapped gold vein leading to a huge underground cavern.
- A worn-down cemetery nearly forgotten in the wilderness of the Greenbelt.
N. Statue of Erastil
- An old vine-covered statue sits here, forgotten and neglected.
O. Boggard Lair
- A “Kingdom” ruled by Garuum, an exiled boggard.
P. Tuskgutter’s Lair
- Once home to an infamous boar known as Tuskgutter.
Q. Rickety Bridge
- The bridge here is old and barely strong enough to support one person.
- The tunnels below this tree are home to a colony of mites that have been pestering the Greenbelt’s residents lately.
- A bridge in need of repair, haunted by its owner.
U. Tatzlwyrm Den
- Two tatzlwyrms once lived here, but the area has since been abandoned.
V. Fangberry Thicket
- The fangberries here are a favored component in Bokken’s potions.
W. Trapped Thylacine
- A brush thylacine fell into a pit here, and was later released.
X. River Crossing
- The river depth here is never higher than three feet, making it an ideal crossing location.
Y. Sootscale Caverns
- Home of the Sootscale Kobolds, led by Chief Sootscale.
Z. Stag Lord Fort
- An old fort by the Tuskwater re-purposed as a home base for bandits by the Stag Lord.