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Festival of Halina (DM: Bront, Judge: Orsal)

For an adventure that had over 1000 posts in the first half alone, you'd think there was more location information. In that respect, Festival of Halina suffered from a few things:

  1. Many of the locations had already been described in other threads.
  2. Much of the action (hundreds of posts) took place in one general location.
  3. That location was temporary

Anyway:

  • The intersection of the road to Lathirn and the road to Fallon makes a "T". To the side is a clearing with a firepit.
  • On the other side of the great ocean from Orussus lies a land with a forest shared by elves and fey.
  • Covington is a small town, but it has a large temple of Halina.
  • Covington is surrounded by 4 large fields which are used yearly for the festival, north, south, east, and west.
  • The road that passes through Covington enters from the northeast and leaves to the southwest.
  • At the Festival of Halina, the north and south fields are for merchants, the west for the Freefolk, and the east for official festivities.
  • There is at least one cotton plantation somewhere near Rheim.
  • Lemon wine is a unique treat that can be found in the Rheim area.


  • There is a library in Covington.
  • There is a town square in the center of Covington

That's it. Quite a grab bag, eh?

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