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Feldor's Guide to Triel - a village gazetteer


Feldor's Guide to Triel – A village gazetteer including locations, NPCs, events, and more!

Need a new village after the last one burnt to the ground? Tired of spending hours designing NPCs? Need some quick quest hooks? Before his death, Feldor Brewbarrel spent his years travelling the Sword Coast, documenting every hamlet, town, metropolis, and ale house he encountered. What's more, his notes have finally been published, making his extensive local knowledge available to the general public!

Triel: Since the creation of the Companion, the magical orb that emits eternal daylight, the village of Triel has undergone a transformation. With farmland suddenly bountiful, many are moving into the area seeking opportunity. But not all who arrive seek the simple county life, and some might be outright dangerous...

This package is designed to instantly bring a new and fully developed location into your Forgotten Realms campaign. Inside these pages you can find:

  • History of Triel - Drawing on a wide range of sources, Feldor explores Triel's simple past, the connections within the region, and looks towards the village's future.
  • Over 30 locations - Listing all the important locations in Triel, Feldor makes notes of the oddities surrounding them. Notable places include the Singing Wind Inn, the Hellrider Outpost, and the Golden Market. 
  • Over 30 NPCs - Triel is populated by dozens of folk, some more friendly than others. Within the village walls you might meet the mayor Jenna Toth, the priestess of Torm Cara Thoun, or the scoundrel Sinbarr Sheen. Be wary, not all are exactly who they seem.
  • 8 events and festivals - You never know what might be happening when you arrive in Triel! This list of festivities can spice up an otherwise mundane visit to buy health potions and arrows.
  • 10 factions - There are many forces at play in this village, and not all have its best interests at heart. From the shadowy assassins of the Zhentarim to the farmers running the Triel Grain Cooperative, each have their own goals and motivations.
  • 5 nearby locations - Triel is surrounded by powerful neighbours and local mysteries. What disaster happened at Fort Morninglord and what plagues the Reaching Woods? The nation of Elturgard is yours to explore.
  • 2 maps - Two black and white maps to show the layout of Triel. One is unlabeled and can be used as a player handout.
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Triel map

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Nick P August 06, 2018 5:09 pm UTC
I have updated Feldor's Guide to Triel to include two black and white maps, both labeled and unlabeled. You can see a smaller version of the unlabeled map in the item description above. If you have already purchased this product you should see the updated files ready for download.

Thanks again for your feedback, I sincerely appreciate it, and I hope you enjoy the gazetteer!
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Gil C July 18, 2018 3:18 am UTC
I love the descriptions, the complex interactions, and the sandbox nature, but I assumed that the pay version would have a town map. It could really use one. Could you add one in?
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Nick P July 19, 2018 12:31 pm UTC
Hi Gil, I'm glad you enjoy the writing. I am working on a map for Triel, and I will make it available in a product update. I appreciate your support.
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Karen M June 30, 2018 4:24 pm UTC
Hey i Like the town! Can we maybe get a map?
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Nick P July 19, 2018 12:31 pm UTC
Hi Karen, I'm glad you enjoy the product. I am working on a map for Triel, and I will make it available in a product update. Thanks for the feedback, I really appreciate it.
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