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  1.   1.  Introduction
  2.   2.  Permanent Residency
  3.   3.  Charmingtown
    1.   3.1  Trailside Inn
    2.   3.2  Charmingtown Proper
  4.   4.  Irving
    1.   4.1  Casa Inadaptada
    2.   4.2  La Granja
  5.   5.  Silverado Field
    1.   5.1  Ranchero's Watch
  6.   6.  Broke-Leg Marsh
    1.   6.1  Lookout Hall
    2.   6.2  Hogares Ahogados

1.  Introduction

Dotted throughout Del Cenere's expansive territory, from the Gang's beating heart, Charmingtown, to the forests of Trailside and the marshlands of El Tramo, there is no shortage of places that a coyote can call home! Upon joining the Gang, new Unkindled, as well as transient visitors and those members who have not yet proven themselves to move up from this rank, are provided room and board at Trailside Inn. But once a Del Ceneren is promoted to Las Brasas, they are welcome (and encouraged!) to move out of the Inn and find permanent residency elsewhere.

2.  Permanent Residency

  1. Unoccupied residences may be purchased and made permanent (marked and acknowledged on-map) for 60 points via our Pack Game!
    • Transferring residence ownership between characters is free, but loss of residency will require a repurchase.
    • Characters must be ranked Las Brasas and above to claim residency.
  2. To purchase a residence, please submit claim and points to the Pack Maintenance thread.
  3. Once approved, you need only edit this page to claim your residence.
  4. Please keep the original descriptions intact and only edit or add to it if your character has actively done something to improve or permanently change it. We encourage you to use your character's personal page with more detailed information.
  5. Remember to include any and all characters and NPCs living within your residence.
  6. Residences left inactive for 6 months, due to aNPC status or otherwise, will be subject to reclamation by other members.

3.  Charmingtown

3.1  Trailside Inn

Trailside Inn

A permanent building with the intent of impermanent residency - New members and outside dignitaries are allowed temporary residency at the Inn. Unkindled members are automatically filtered into the Trailside Inn's care, where the rooms are clean, and their needs are provided for with fresh cooked meals and accommodations. If occupancy is filled, the doorman is responsible for setting up lodging with simple tents until a vacancy opens up.

First Floor

occupants

room

description

prior occupants

Alonso de los Santos?

Room 1, foyer

Description

None

Ash Del Mar, Thelma Del Mar

Room 2

Description

None

Mannuelle Del Mar, Andrez Del Mar

Room 3

Description

None

Sofia Ardoix, Daniela Ardoix

Room 4

Description

None

Unoccupied

Room 5

Description

Alejandra Sanctus

Jack Hawthorne

Room 6

Description

None

Second Floor

occupants

room

description

prior occupants

Tika

Room 7

Description

None

Unoccupied

Room 8

Description

Andrew Winthrop, Helena Troy Lykoi

Hosea Courtright, Trelawney Courtright

Room 9

Description

None

Belinda Braithwaite

Room 10

Description

Peony Braithwaite

Unoccupied

Room 11

Description

None

Eusebia Troy Lykoi

Room 12

Description

Pontifex Troy Lykoi

3.2  Charmingtown Proper

Charmingtown Proper

The ramshackle, but homey and well-used (and loved) center of Del Cenere's trade. Intrepid and sociable individuals striving for something of a nightlife flock to set their roots down near the local bar, The Ugly Coyote, or take up occupancy in the neighboring woods or stockyard, sticking close to the action of the territory's beating heart.

Market Center

Boone Winthrop, Dahlia Winthrop, Rhodes Winthrop, Lyla Winthrop

The Ugly Coyote

Initially a residence for the previous owner and barkeep of what is now the Ugly Coyote, the second floor is now a sizable living space. While showing some signs of weathering, it has held up surprisingly well and has remained untouched since the apocalypse. In the bedroom, there is a Queen sized bedframe sits against the far wall between two windows. While the mattress rots away with time, it has since been covered with furs. An old wardrobe sits to the right. Joining the bedroom is a living room with a rudimentary dine-in kitchen attached. The aging appliances of civilizations passed are defunct, but the table and chairs work just fine. In the living room is wood burning hearth with a wooden bench and chair for seating.

None

Unavailable

El Pasillo Gris

A long cabin with a hole-riddled roof sits, overgrown, in a copse of moss and shrubby plants - what was once, likely, a spare room has since collapsed, but dutiful Del Cenerens have cleared out the debris and the roof to create an outdoor firepit in its place. The doors have long since rotted away, and the support beams are lined with tables, supplying the room as an impromptu gathering and dining hall, or, more commonly, a trade center. The wood floor sags in spots, and creaks underfoot.

None

Unoccupied

The Watchtower

A stone wall, crumbling and falling away, frames a small, gray-bricked building that sits in the shadow of a dried-out, and half-collapsed watertower. Brambles threaten the base of both structures, which still stand secure and strong - a floor has been laid down partly over the dirt-filled watertower, opening up another room for an otherwise small building.

None

Unoccupied

Cabaña de Piedra

Built originally for an elderly woman by her son, this little stone cottage has stood the test of time. Though much of its wooden facade has long since rotted and degraded, some evidence of it can still be seen. A scant 700 square feet, its small footprint is surrounded by the remains of what used to be a wall, though much of it has collapsed, its outline can still be recognized. Wildflowers grow with abandon, and trailing vines crawl up the stony walls of the house. Inside, the small domicile is split into three rooms; a bathroom, bedroom and combined kitchen and living space.

None

Unoccupied

Sala de Flores

An old log and stone bungalow, built in the early 1970s. Though the walls may need some repair and the floorboards creek its diminutive living-area size of 650 square feet is still compact and relatively in-tact, making it a nice home for whomever can stand the peeling, faded wallpaper. Inside the remnants of thread-bare, floral pattern couches sit, eaten by moths and mice. Its smaller two bedrooms would need to likely be redone, riddled with broken glass and shards of window frames, and the kitchen is in utter disarray. The outside has a lovely wooden fence that is overrun with wild-flowers and weeds.

None

Unoccupied

The Droop

This one-room cabin has seen its fair share of abuse throughout the years, and the spotty, leaky roof is proof of this; the front of the house seems to sag with age; but otherwise, it is (presumably) a perfectly safe structure. Not exactly the nicest-looking cabin by any means, but it has a certain charm. Somehow it remains standing even after the worst of storms, despite the building's groans and protests.

None

Lancaster Stockyard

occupants

building

description

prior occupants

Twelve

Busted Hoof

The stockyard's shop is an old, creaking building, with a brick and slab foundation riddled with cracks and predominantly wooden structure for the walls which stands testament to the nigh indestructibility of well-chosen timber. While the walls may hold gaps, the shop is in a prime real-estate patch of the stockyard, slightly uphill, and bone-dry. What was once a sign (now barren and stripped of its letters) creaks from its chains on the overhang of the hitching posts.

None

Auger de la Croix, Notch

White Rose

A small house, with a faded and bland exterior that blends into some of the sun-baked shrubs that circle it. Its construction is bland and nondescript - but at least well-put together, by all appearances. The only flaws in the paint-chipped panel siding seems to be the sagging boards attempting to disguise the cement base, which may, or may not, have started crumbling - the wooden overlaid floor inside certainly hides the wear well. When the wind blows, the eaves moan, and gaps in the structure tend to whistle. Attached is a sizable once-garage, though the door seems to have been misplaced somewhere.

None

Unoccupied

Betsy's Manor

A small, one roomed hut, surrounded by a multitude of aged, degraded fences set into a grid of squares. Once a ranch-hand lived here and would watch over the collected cattle or horses until they were ready to be shipped out, sold or slaughtered. Ill-treated by the elements and the wildlife tenants, the inside is a mess of strewn once soft furnishings and ripped, rotten sheets. The floor is hard packed dirt, laid over with cheap linoleum that has mostly rotted away.

None

Brickface O'Malley, Cactusmouth Myrtle?

Sycamore

Set back from the road, this house resides at the end of a dusty, overgrown trail, surrounded on all sides by vegetation grown wild and tall, mainly wild blackberries and raspberries, creating a prickly barrier. A wooden building, surprisingly structurally sound, and butted against its side an old, two-stall stable, lovingly crafted. Inside the house has been subject to the ravages of weather and animals alike, windows shattered, and any soft furnishings destroyed.

None

Unavailable

The Lancaster Stable

Once a well cared for, grand stable, this aging stone behemoth has seen better days, bramble and sticking vines grow unchecked within its cavernous interior. Inside, a lot of the wooden stalls have rotted away, with the doors left open to the elements, not much remains to protect the inside. Suspect however, as large cracks have begun to appear between the brickwork, the unsuspecting luperci should remain aware, for this building could possibly come down at any time.

None

The Fringes

occupants

building

description

prior occupants

Santiago Tejada, Evelyn Escuella, Calhoun de la Cruz, Rafaela Tejada, Luciana Escuella, Remy Debois

Old Charmingtown Mill

Sitting along a little tributary off the shores of Moosehead Lake, Northwest of the Market Center, this old mill has taken a great deal of time and hard work to turn it into a suitable residence. Though small, the living space itself is comfortable for the budding family and, once operational, the water wheel will power the mill and allow the couple to produce mash for future moonshine productions, though the missing slats and sagging structure of the uprights has proven a struggle all its own.

None

Andrew Winthrop, Helena Troy Lykoi

The Flat

A large ranch-style building, around a sizable 1000 square feet, located in the west close to the shores of Moosehead Lake. It’s back wall has fallen to blackberry vines. The rest of the wood house stands tall and sturdy, with blocks of wood individually painted. It has an old musty and wooden porch that will need to be redone, with boards falling in on itself and a chokecherry tree growing from the center of the platform. It has 3 large bedrooms, and what used to be a bathroom and kitchen completely stripped clean. The house is currently undergoing a large amount of reconstruction.

None

Lyssa Fontaine, Alejandra Sanctus

The Shingle-House

The building is small, and run-down with its simplistic design and lack of exterior flare. The siding is comprised of wooden, chipped tiles, once white, and the shingle roof is overgrown with moss, the chimney sitting at a slight angle. It's a two-bedroom building, with a small living space, and overrun with choke-cherries and crab apple trees.

None

Zsorthia Mercedes

The Tanner's Hut

A rustic built brick-and-wood cabin seated far west in the woods outside Charmingtown, nestled close to the edge of Moosehead Lake's waters and nearest to the Isla de los Ojos. The mainstay building is framed on either side with two sagging, but sturdy porches and their slanted overhangs. The brick fireplace is patchy and green with moss and ferns that have managed to root in the pock-filled grout, and the building's outside addition functions as a tanning workplace.

None

Johnathan Winthrop

The Stone Son

A bedraggled stone house, hunkered down in a copse of trees west of the old mill and sitting on a stream. The wood window sills are crooked and rotting out, and the house itself is easy to miss with its low profile sinking behind the little hills of forest floor. Young, stripped trees lean against the structure in places, but the woods have spared the house of some of the worst of the elements, but not the overgrowth.

None

Pontifex Troy Lykoi

The Goode House

A stone and concrete cottage. It hunkers down to the ground, sitting behind a hill, it is quite lively and welcoming. It once had three rooms, but the very north wall is falling down with elemental decay, and it stands proud with weather damage. It may take some work, but it is in living conditions as is.

None

4.  Irving

4.1  Casa Inadaptada

Casa Inadaptada

A grand house, tucked up onto a hillside in Irving that overlooks the derelict sawmill, is reserved for the Rey Salvaje and visiting dignitaries. With its primary function as a meetinghouse for leadership, or an emergency triage, the house stands, oftentimes, quiet and lonely, surveying Irving's fields and crop from its perch.

Residency

occupants

room

description

prior occupants

Nazario del Bosque

Master Suite

Casa Inadaptada was built in the 1960's as a vacationing home, but has since become run down and tired. The two story building has a log cabin exterior with a wooden porch across the front. The house opens up to a small living room, directly connected to the kitchen and dining room. The inside is decorated with wood paneling with what was once green carpet, with the exception of the kitchen which has parquet flooring. Down the hall are 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. Up the rickety stairs 3 more bedrooms can be found, each big enough to fit a single bed and a small table. Behind the house there is a garden, long overtaken by weeds.

None

4.2  La Granja

La Granja

Those less socially inclined and more homesteader-inspired Luperci venture from out of Charmingtown's bustling, busy and cloying atmosphere to, instead, shack up in Irving's La Granja. So affectionately named for the nature of this settlement, the Del Cenerens here are afforded more space at the cost of production - Irving is home to a number of flattened, once-cleared farmland and old nurseries ideal for growing all manner of crop, and more importantly, a source of much of the Gang's exports: Medicinal products and alcoholic mashes.

Housing

occupants

building

description

prior occupants

Morrigan Archeron

The Elkhorn

An old log cabin, put together by unknown hands. This towering house is a testament to what humanity could achieve. Boldly, it stands out from the surrounding landscape, much unchanged by the neglect or weather. Inside, a stone fireplace dominates one wall of the open plan building, and the other hosts ancient animals antlers, skulls and horns mounted onto plaques as testament to a once mighty hunter.

None

Unoccupied

Whippoorwill Suite

A small, cozy stone cabin complete with a chimney and remnants of a wood fence around its perimeter. Inside it is more or less barren aside from some assorted furniture, ravaged by wildlife, and outside it is home to small, yet thriving bushes of wild berries. Interestingly, though the windows are obviously long since shattered, the remaining frames are a crackling, faded teal color.

None

Unoccupied

The Ivy Grande

Though this is a two-story dwelling, the second floor is completely cut off; the roof has since caved in on the staircase, though an adventurous luperci might could find a way up to discover the antiques that are hidden above. Otherwise, it is a nondescript white house, though its paint has suffered terribly over the years, and the numerous cracks in its surface houses all manners of vines and vegetation.

None

Skeleton Key

Fiddler's Cabin

A house that, by all appearances, seemed sound and sturdy, with chipping green shudders and a corrugated green roof. The floor had taken to rot, and has been taken out by current occupant, Skeleton, which has seemingly disturbed something of the cabin's structure, which has now started to sag into its packed-dirt den flooring.

None

Unoccupied

Tipsy Greenthumb

Semi-broken and busted, it’s a handy luperci to take on the challenge of fixing this place up. One wall leans precariously, suggesting a possible collapse in future, the roof is peppered with holes where the slate has fallen away. Once a two storied structure, the second floor has partially collapsed inwards, and the staircase leading up is crammed with rubble, and is now all but impassible.

None

Unoccupied

Ol' Reliable

Small and cramped, there is little in the way of luxury for this small, concrete shed; however, there is no doubt that this dwelling, dubbed “‘Ol Reliable,” has earned its name. There are subtle cracks in its walls from weathering, but otherwise it has not yielded to the passage of time. The outside wall is discolored and, in some spots, green from moss. (It’s very possible that the name originated because of its original purpose as an outhouse, and remnants of this facility are indeed present, though they are absolutely in disrepair.)

None

Unoccupied

Li'l Moonbeam

This concrete house outlasted many other houses. In it’s cracks and crevices it has moss and vines engrossing it’s outside. It looks silvery in the morning light, only sitting at 450 sq ft, it is only a one bedroom one bathroom home that may have been nice back in the day. It has a trap door that leads into the ground, and may or may not hold treasures. Maybe it’s full of spiders.

None

5.  Silverado Field

5.1  Ranchero's Watch

Ranchero's Watch

An expansive stretch of grassland and sparse copses of trees atop Sweetwater Bluff, broken up by rolling hills - it creates a stark border between El Tramo and Tall Tree. Springtime hits fast, with a burst of silver and green grasses competing amidst colorful bursts of wildflowers that slowly fade out through the summer as the land dries. Come fall, the grasses are baked out to golden waves. At the edge of the grassland sits a yurt originally built by Azade Feriqi.

Residency

occupants

room

description

prior occupants

Azade Feriqi

The Yurt

A large and circular tent sits at the edge of a field, next to a large round pen and a fenced-in area where Azwer and Rojin may be seen grazing. Inside is a pile of furs in lieu of a proper bed, a fire pit right in the center of the room, and a large stand for Altani across from the 'bed'. The belongings of Azade and Fernando are strewn about in a messy, but oddly organized, fashion.

None

6.  Broke-Leg Marsh

6.1  Lookout Hall

Lookout Hall

The floodplains open up, broad and wide and exposed, and on the marshy waterways sits Lookout Hall, watching out over the picture-esque wetlands and star-spangled night skies and sunsets. This barracks-styled building is suitable for the quieter, more private folks who don't fully want to seclude themselves into Broke-Leg Marsh, and share their catch of fish or waterfowl at the end of a long day.

Residency

occupants

room

description

prior occupants

Peony Braithwaite

Barrack Hall

An old, wooden home overlooking the marshlands, Lookout Hall may had been originally used to host campers and fishermen on their trips out. Inside is a mostly completely open, with a dining area along one side, and rotted cots lining the sides. A small storage shed comes off the back, with a door leading in from inside and the shed opening into a dock. A veranda lines the perimeter of the building, with a few creaky steps leading away from the swampy terrain. A rusty tin roof provides some shelter, with the exception of some holes and dents which could be easily mended. The windows are tiny and up higher on the wall, under protection of the awning so that little rain can flood the place.

None

6.2  Hogares Ahogados

Hogares Ahogados

A peppering of lodging, half-sunken into the Canaan Bogs, peek out amidst the marsh and wetland. These houses are perfect for the less socially inclined Del Ceneren - the houses are small and compact to keep above the sinking muck, but the civility of Lookout Hall isn't too far out of reach.

Housing

occupants

building

description

prior occupants

Unoccupied

Providence

Small, only able to fit one person, this hut sits on wooden/stone stilts that were built in the 50s. Around 150sq ft. It is apparent it is falling apart and in need of some major TLC. The floor is rotted out and unsafe to stand on, and would need completely redone, but at least the banks this hutch is built on is solid enough that it's only mildly damp.

None

Unoccupied

The Tin Cup

This hut was a poorly planned enterprise gone badly. The sodden planks for walls sit haphazardly wonky, and the sunlight shines through like a tic tac toe board. The iron roof juts out a foot on each side, and the floor is covered in moss and grass. It’s unknown what kind of plants are vining out and taking over the walls to roof. At least it's dry.

None

Unoccupied

Bannack

A wooden shack that’s seen better days, this house is slowly sinking on one side, giving it a lopsided look, trailing honeysuckle and wild rose is climbing one side and into the broken window.

None

Unoccupied

The Fixer-Upper

Literally just a small 450 sq ft place of concrete where there’s no longer a structure. It sits at an angle, leaving whatever remaining structure fallen to the right side. Left in a heap of moss and vines the left-overs sit in a corner. It's a bit of a project - in the sense that all that remains is a slab to work around.

None

Daniel

The Staghoof

An old hunting cabin, placed awkwardly on the edge of the swamp held up by stilts. This cabin contains a wood burning stove, a falling down roof, and a single bed that sits in the middle of the small space. It is small, yet cozy to whomever dares to stay in the cabin that’s said to be haunted by wolves of ancestral past. Inside are old frames, with long-faded photographs of blotchy, indescribable ghosts of a time long gone.

None

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