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Martina Algael
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 05, 2009 12:18 pm    Post subject: T5 Fresh off the ship Reply with quote

Fresh off the ship from Gulfport, sailors spread rumors of a large road construction project in Osoerde. It seems that the Duke and the Royal Guild of Baruk Azhik came to an agreement regarding a highway along Osoerde's coast.

The first leg of the highway, from Spiritsend to the thriving port of Gulfport is already completed and rumors say that it will be prolonged to Sunken Lands as soon as the snows melt.

More rumors are added to their tales as sailors speak of news from the dwarven realm. Apparently the Royal Guild's Factor in Moriel was heard bragging to his drinking mates about the growth of industry in both Promontory and Land's Victory. Sailors are convinced that there is no doubt that rivers of dwarven ale will flow down from the mountains into the lands of the Empire as deals profitable for all are made.
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