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Jörðgarð Map No. 496 is from the forthcoming Jörðgarð Trails adventure Trailsend. The PCs reach the evilly-aligned, snowy village of Darkmill. To their surprise, they see what looks like a ring of carnival wagons on the village circle. To their greater surprise, they notice that the village circle is free of any trace of winter.
Key to the village map:
New Castle. This has served since the move of the baronial seat as the barracks for the four human and two orc members of the crimson militia stationed in the village. However, it appears to be vacant.
The Carnival's Temporary Animal Tent.
Tavernkeep Valbjörn's Easteye Tavern.
Valbjörn's Barn. In individual stalls, it houses a cow, four pigs and a dozen chickens.
Ingvar's Smithy. This is the farmhouse of master smith Ingvar and his wife þórsteina. The smithy is in the right-hand part of the building, behind the coal bin. Ingvar only occasionally gets work as a smith.
The Old Castle foundation stones.
Village Grainmill. The mill is owned by the duchy. The miller, Knútar, and his wife, Áslaugur, live in the mill building.
Carnival Master Hafsteinn's Wagon.
Bjargþor's Fortune-Telling Tent.
Friðjóna's Fortune-Telling Tent
Men's Tent. The tent has two wings. In the left or west wing, Valbjörn's sister Bjarnrún and later in the evening Valbjörn hand out free tankards of beer. Hafsteinn has paid for the beer. In the right or east wing, the farm couple Nils and his wife, Ylva, hand out free bread slices with cold cuts and butter. From where the bread, sausage and butter come is unknown.
Bridge to the South Farms and Fields.
Other Locations: There are 37 other farms beyond the map to the north and south, and the farm fields are beyond them. There also are six more farms beyond the map along the main road to the left or west.
The map is available in two versions:
Both versions are released for free personal and commercial use under the Open Game License Version 1.0a, which you can read on the Jörðgarð website at:
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