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The Ruins, Residences

by Alaine

by Alaine

On this page... (hide)

  1.   1.  Policies
  2.   2.  Ruins Residences
    1.   2.1  Central Sector
    2.   2.2  Northern Sector
    3.   2.3  Eastern Sector
    4.   2.4  Southern Sector
    5.   2.5  Western Sector
    6.   2.6  Country
  3.   3.  Non-Ruins Residences
    1.   3.1  Millstone Village Residents
    2.   3.2  Other Residents

1.  Policies

  1. Feel free to claim unoccupied residences - Residences in the Ruins MUST be purchased via game points.
  2. Only characters ranked Family or higher can purchase a residence in the Ruins. Lower ranks are free to live within Millstone Village or elsewhere in Salsola without charge.
  3. You need only edit the page and write in your claim - or post to the Salsola Maintenance thread if you're not comfortable editing the Wiki.
  4. Please keep your room description limited. You are absolutely welcome to link to a longer description, but keep it relatively concise on this page, please.
  5. Feel free to include any and all characters and NPCs included in your residence.
  6. If you leave Salsola (or aNPC for a prolonged period of time), we can't guarantee your residence will be available when you rejoin the pack. Sorry!
  7. Please note that The Ruins is the only Residence Area with a map. Millstone Village and Other do not have a formal residence map, nor do they require you to purchase a residence with game points.

2.  Ruins Residences

» See The Ruins page for information on Salsola's main settlement

The Ruins are scattered from the Millstone Village, stretching steadily southwest towards the coasts of the peninsula. It was claimed as the main dwelling locale for the denizens of the Thistle Kingdom during the original foundation of Salsola, and has presided as the center of domestic Salsolan life to this day.

Like bones, the bleached remains of a grand Chateau and its outbuildings sprawl in eerie, crumbling splendor across the high plateau. Monoliths from an age gone by, the ancient castle comprises of one central and four compass towers, along with a large number of halls, keeps, machicolations, barbicans and gatehouses.

Many of the venerable old buildings are little more than stone skeletons, and require extensive repairs or additions to make them livable. However, not an unreasonable number have weathered the ages well, needing only a new wooden roof and mortar patches to provide comfort and shelter. A number of the buildings provide secretive pockets, and are often disguised with a protective growth of wild thistle. The stunning overgrowth of underbrush provides excellent cover, with vines overtaking the vast majority of externally exposed stone.

There are many pathways meandering throughout the Ruins, the main ones cobblestoned and large enough for a horse and cart, the minor ones little more than an individual-wide trail of packed earth. The main pathways are often accompanied by hedgerow or low weathered stone walls.

Within the Ruins, many worn dirt and pebble-lined trails crisscross between residences, leading particularly to common areas such as the Feasting Hall, where Last Supper pack meetings are held. Due to the nature of the decrepit old caste, the Ruins provide an ample defense for the pack in the event of an ambush. There are many hidden nooks and crannies amongst the crumbling stones, and in parts, the castle's ancient outer wall remain as a physical blockade. The Ruins also comprise of four compass-pointing towers that have been repaired over the many years of Salsola’s claim of the area.

2.1  Central Sector

Residence 1 ) Central Tower (Hide)
Description
  • Free Roaming Pets: Paimon
  • Stabled Pets: Unnamed mare

A great heirloom of the old castle ruins is the Throne Room tower. Surprisingly intact, this round stone chamber lays at the very heart of the castle proper. In its center is a grand stone throne, harshly and uncomfortably built, a throw-back to the great Kings of old. With some careful ministrations, the grand chamber and its adjoining wings have come to resemble a rather comfortable dwelling, if still somewhat cold and perfunctory. The central tower has a spiral staircase, though only the ground floor and second floor rooms are suitable/safe for habitation.

Residence 2 (Hide)
Description

A stretch of ruins attached to the western side of the Throne Room, but a small gap between living spaces. The wing in one story, save for the tower at the western end. The doorway at the western end of the residence leads to the main hallway of the wing, and although the tower is also attached to this hallway, there is another wall and door separating it off from the rest of the wing. The main wing is separated into spare rooms, most of which are taken up by Salsola's collection of books, all organized and looked after by Idrieus and her aids. One of these rooms is Grievous' personal room, a room where he is usually growing his own plants. The tower is two floors, with the first floor being Idrieus and Grievous' living space and the second floor being their bedroom. Outside of the tower, there is a small pasture for the horses to free roam in. There is a small separate storage building for their equipment and other storage items.

Former Occupant(s)

Artemisia Eternity
Azalea Eternity

Residence 3 (Hide)
Occupant(s)
Azalea Eternity
Description
  • Free Roaming Pets: Bertrand
  • Stabled Pets: ---

A large two-story stone building surrounded by old and tall pine trees, fronted by a standalone massive black cherry tree, obviously planted purposefully many decades previously directly in the front yard of this home. The entire home is in disrepair, in need of lots of labor to make it livable again, but the bottom story is safe and will be comfortable once the broken windows are boarded up and the debris cleared away. The upper story, while in no danger of collapsing, is entirely unlivable. A small part of the roof has fallen in and there are more broken windows than unbroken windows. Ivy has infiltrated the upper floor and mold grows abundantly. The courtyard in the back has lots of promise, once the overgrown plants are cleared away from the stone flagons and Azalea has the time to dedicate to beautifying it.

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Residence 4 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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A small, one-story building built of stone and covered in ivy and vines. The land behind the building is reasonably private and with a garden. The residence has a small, in-home medical clinic in its right wing.

Former Occupant(s)

Neith Heiwa

Residence 5 (Unoccupied) (Show)
Occupant(s)
Unoccupied
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A tower with thistles embedded in the cracks of its stone. The first floor performs as a parlor, dramatically lit via slot windows and intricate in decorations. A side room acts as a kitchen. The second floor consists of two rooms as well, one serving as the master bedroom and the other as a study. The third floor is stable but missing its north-facing wall. It has since been converted into a lounge where strong-smelling herbs are hung from the ceiling to dry. The smell permeates from the gap, basking the tower in its unnaturally flowery scent. The adjacent building has been re-purposed into an open air workshop.

Residence 6 (Hide)
Description

Relatively small – with a downstairs capable of fitting only a table and chairs comfortably – and somewhat Frankenstein-esque in build, having seen some additions at various points throughout the age of humanity, the upstairs is comparatively spacious, with an abundance of natural light. Private due to the many old-growth trees that ring the small property while maintaining a central location within the Ruins themselves, recent additions include a firepit and woodcutters block.

Former Occupant(s)

Lyra Salcedo

Residence 7 (Hide)
Occupant(s)
Pompeii
Description
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A tower swathed in ivy, half-encircled by a crumbled stone wall that encloses a small yard. There is a small living space attached to the side of the tower, connected by a weakened door. There are pelts laid out in the center of the room as well as off to the side, serving as the main living space of the residence. There are a few shelves (usually with a couple books resting along them) here as well as a table and chairs to sit at, as well as for guests to relax in. In the main room of the tower, there is a hearth and windows with slots on them. The spiral staircase in the tower leads up to an office. Sanguine has improved upon this space from its former residents, having more papers, books, and a small amount of storage to keep track of some personal inventory.


2.2  Northern Sector

Residence 8 ) Northern Watchtower (Unoccupied) (Show)
Occupant(s)
Unoccupied
Description
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Standing three stories tall, with only two floors intact, the Northern Watchtower looms beyond the North Western Coast of the Ruins. The stone exterior is a bit chewed up from old vines that had been removed, but still strongly sealed, and the third floor access stairway is crumbled and inaccessible.

Residence 9 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Residence 10 (Hide)
Description

Along the Old wall stands an old Captain's cabin that once housed fierce warriors and their elite. This particular building is largest among the ruins of the smaller mess hall and supply huts that facilitated the rest of supplies and lower ranked members of the militia. There is a small stable that is offset to the side of the large cabin, and a corral in the back of the property.

Residence 11 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Residence 12 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Residence 13 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Residence 14 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Residence 15 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Residence 16 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Residence 17 (Hide)
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2.3  Eastern Sector

Residence 18 ) Eastern Watchtower (Hide)
Description
  • Free Roaming Pets: Clover
  • Stabled Pets: ---

The eastern most of the four watchtowers at the four points within the Ruins. It has a brick and stone exterior, especially to the tower itself with ivy growing along the eastern side. The tower itself is connected to a larger living space that has had part of it turned into a storage space. There is no need for the stable space as Eden does not own a horse. The interior of the tower is primarily wood, specifically cedar and teak, and uniquely constructed with a complex and intricate wood-only joinery system. The first floor of the tower contains a hearth and space for cooking as well as access to the living space and storage. The living space holds a strong scent of flowers and drying herbs. It contains a table and chairs, furs along the floor for a resting space, and a spot to the side for Clover. In addition to many potted flowers as decoration, there is an old skull from Inferni's borders with the Ulrich family symbol on it. The second floor of the tower has been made into Eden's bedroom with the third floor giving access to the roof. A straight and narrow staircase connects all the floors of the tower. The bedroom windows were fitted with wooden shutters.

Residence 19 (unoccupied) (Show)
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An old sea facing cabin, long left in disrepair. At one point a haven for hikers or fishermen, the secluded building has definitely seen better days. An overgrown path leads to a small living space and even smaller rooms for sleeping or storage. The front has a small covered porch that faces the water, though it is rickety and in use of some replacement. Small windows are covered in furs or burlap, though these are often left open in the summer months to allow the salty breeze to sweep through the space. The beach below the cabins outcropping is riddled with stones, but at low tide the pools leave behind small crabs or fish.

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Residence 20 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Residence 21 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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A nondescript and oddly small three-walled structure on a hill at first glance. The fourth side, the entrance, is a "door" of leather and thorny vines -- opening to reveal stairs descending into the earth. The stairs lead to the main room, which boasts shelves on the stones walls. A bench of rock sits along one wall, covered in thick pelts for seating. Another wall hides a private room, which has "cubbies" (of removed stone bricks) for knickknacks. Thick pelts are laid down for bedding. In the winter, smooth green snakes hibernate in these walls. In one corner of this room is a small, hidden entrance that leads out to a thistle-hidden hole at the base of the hill, accessible by Lupus form.

Former Occupant(s)

Loki Helsi
Stjarna Helsi

Residence 22 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Residence 23 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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2.4  Southern Sector

Residence 24 ) Southern Watchtower (Hide)
Description
  • Free Roaming Pets: Tonnerre, Adelia, and Pythos
  • Stabled Pets: ---

The somewhat dilapidated Southern Watchtower's first floor is the only truly livable space; a stone spiral staircase leads to an upper level, but it is incredibly drafty and there are stones missing. Outside, there are a few flagstones leading up the slope and the doorway is flanked by twelve-foot lilac bushes. A clothesline is well-hidden behind the stone structure. A lean-to shelter and shed have been built against the back of the building, ringed by a small pasture.

Residence 25 (Unoccupied) (Show)
Occupant(s)
Unoccupied
Description
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A rustic fisherman's lodge situated along the treeline. A worn path leads through the trees down to the rocky shore. A small building connected to the cabin houses weapons, firewood, and fishing nets. The cracked windows are covered with heavy leathers and furs to cut down the whistle when the howling Atlantic winds pick up during the fall and winter months. The cabin features a hearth for heat and cooking food and a table covered in worn maps and documents. There is a small bed sits in the corner, a wooden frame supporting a worn mattress covered in blankets and furs. A rudimentary paddock is clearly in the process of being built nearby.

Residence 26 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Residence 27 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Close to the shore, is a set of three cabins that might have been used by fishermen, once upon a time. While one of the old constructions is barely two sets of crumbled wall still standing, torn apart by time, the largest cabin has been recovered and is now Cleome's home. The second has been turned into a small stable and storage. The rather spartan cabin of stone and wood was turned into a charming home by Cleome's careful care and refined tastes. With humble decorations, and a very neat organization of the spaces inside, the cabin is cozy and welcoming. The stable is just big enough to house two horses, and their feed and tack inside the storage area.

Former Occupant(s)

Cleome Valentine
Amalthea

Residence 28 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Residence 29 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Residence 30 (Hide)
Description

A relatively large one-floor farmhouse with surrounding pasture. The shape of the place suggests that the building was originally a barn which underwent extensive repair; it is broken up into three separate spaces, the largest of which is an open gathering area with a few constructed storage additions.


2.5  Western Sector

Residence 31 ) Western Watchtower (Hide)
Occupant(s)
Julius Valentine
Description
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The large Western Watchtower has remained fairly sound over the years. The first two floors remain sturdy and in use, plus a shallow cellar. What used to be the third floor is still accessible, but is without a roof. This creates a rather nice "balcony" which has been decorated with (wild and domesticated) medicinal herbs and flowers. The crumbling walls of the adjoining building have been rebuilt with wood and mud. They have been converted into a small stable and secondary room. The inside is warm. Around the base of the structure grows an abundance of lavender bushes.

Residence 32 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Residence 33 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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A large hunting cabin tucked away within a small wooded area flanked by the coast. It has a large fenced in area for the horses, whose stalls are directly connected to the house. A small work shed sits a little ways from the house, complete with a tanning rack and decorated with an assortment of hunting trophies.

Residence 34 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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2.6  Country

Residence 35 (Hide)
Description

A one-story cabin hidden away by a small patch of forest on either side, and blocked off by a small lake at its back. There is a paddock on the northwestern side, an unattached open workshop (for the pair's leather, pelt, and arrow-crafting) of sorts towards the southwest, and a hidden archery range (built by Kamari and Krios) in the portion of forest to the southeast of the house. The house itself has two bedrooms, a study, a sizable storage room, and a general living room with a fireplace. There is a porch at both the front and back entrances that are usually used for collecting firewood. A stable located within the paddock is connected to the house's northwestern wall.

Former Occupant(s)

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Residence 36 (Hide)
Occupant(s)
Argive Hemlock
Description

The home is secluded, and somewhat hidden amongst a small section of evergreen forest, accessible by a worn trail that leads up to the property. The cabin is of medium size and of a mixture of stone and wood construction. It has various, leafy vines that thickly crawl up the outer walls after years of being abandoned to nature. A wisteria vine creeps up one of these outer walls. The home has a sizable, wood-fenced paddock to allow a horse or two to live comfortably. Opposite of the paddock, Argive has prepared a fenced off area for a private garden of his own making, hosting a variety of herbs both medicinal and poisonous.

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Residence 37 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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A three-room cabin located by Salsola's Clinic, the place is relatively isolated. Well maintained, the outside is always clean of debris though the inside of the cabin can be far more haphazard. The horses and wander freely around the area, and it often smells heavily of fire due to frequent use of the firepit.

Residence 38 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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(Unoccupied)
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Residence 39 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Residence 40 (Hide)
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Evelyn de le Ulrich
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Residence 41 (Hide)
Description

Nestled in a rather dense patch of forest stretching in from the north is a split-level hunting lodge flanked by the western coast. Though rather run-of-the-mill and unimpressive looking at first glance, the one striking feature of the cabin is the tall lookout tower looming on its western side. As a whole the place is heavily overgrown and easy to miss by any passerby unless one was specifically looking for it, which is part of its charm.

Former Occupant(s)

Duncan de le Poer
Sebastien Stone

Residence 42 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Residence 43 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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A three-roomed cabin close to Marrgerd. The main room has a couch (cushions made of stuffed hide), a low table, and a "cat tree" made from a scavenged branch. It leads to the kitchen, which boasts stone counters and a woodstove. The bedroom has a single master bed and a closet for storage. Overall, the cabin is in good shape, but the roof has a tendency to leak, and some floorboards need replacing.

Residence (pNPC 1) (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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Residence (pNPC 2) (Hide)
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pNPC Blanche Briarhart
pNPC Flint Gaumond
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Residence pNPC 3 (Unoccupied) (Show)
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Unoccupied
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3.  Non-Ruins Residences

Millstone Village

» See Millstone Village for more information on Salsola's alternative settlement

Millstone is a relatively isolated village, with only a small number of cottages, cabins, and houses that are in good enough standing to shelter denizens. It is accessible by a main pathway that leads out of the Ruins proper to the southwest, and also by many little forest paths that stretch and twist for miles through the greater Pine Barrens. Overgrown and surrounded by small plots of open land, the area is unusually fertile.

Small cabins hunker against the elements, many still containing simple tools of the past; technological advances were not present in this village even before the apocalypse. From silos to barns to a one room schoolhouse and graveyard, one can draw the conclusion that Millstone was, originally, an Amish village tucked away from the eyes of the world.

OLD: Way down on the southern point of the Isthmus of Chignecto is a small village that cannot be found on a map. In fact, there are literally no roads to Millstone Village at all, only forest paths that stretch and go on for miles. Eventually through the trees there are cabins and a few copses here and there along with tools of the past;none of the technological advances of the world around can be found. From cabins to barns to a one room schoolhouse and graveyard, one can draw the conclusion that Millstone Village is in fact, an Amish village tucked away from the eyes of the world.

The Ruins, where much of Salsola resides, are scattered from the Millstone Village nearly to the coast -- like bones, the bleached remains of a grand Chateau and its outbuildings sprawl in eerie, crumbling splendour. The stone remnants of buildings provide secretive pockets, often disguised with a protective growth of wild thistle. The stunning overgrowth of underbrush provides excellent cover.

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Other

» See Salsola’s Territory page for information on other locations and the layout of the pack’s claim

Residences that fall neither within the Ruins or Millstone Village are listed as Other residences. These residences can be anywhere within Salsola’s territory, barring, of course, key areas of interest (ex. The Clinic) that are intended to be for public use. Housing found outside the Ruins, Millstone Village, or Amherst (The Marketplace, The Docks) locations are likely to be in greater disrepair. Building a home is also a viable option. In all cases, be sure to keep realism in mind with repairs and construction.

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Note: Only houses that are occupied are shown. Houses that are not occupied are removed to reduce clutter.

3.1  Millstone Village Residents

Millstone Residence (Corrine) (Hide)
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pNPC Corrine Pauva
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3.2  Other Residents

Other Residence - Amherst (Bogdan) (Hide)
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pNPC Bogdan Kotovo
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  • Location: Residence within the Docks
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Other Residence - Amherst (Mirte) (Hide)
Occupant(s)
pNPC Mirte Haumann
Description

A homey dwelling along the main trading road within the Marketplace. It functions as both a tailoring workshop and place of residence, and has ample room for Mirte’s trading stall in front of the house. There is a fenced-in, open plot next to the house in which Mirte has turned into a makeshift pen for her horse.

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Other Residence - Amherst (Queensgate Garrison) (Hide)
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pNPC Duncan de le Poer
pNPC Lace Valentine
Description

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Other Residence - Grimrun (Cole) (Hide)
Occupant(s)
pNPC Cole Eachan
Description
  • Location: Cabin near Grimrun
  • Free Roaming Pets: ---
  • Stabled Pets: ---

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Category: Salsola