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Welcome to Kalvista



Census Data

General Information

  • Pop. Estimate: 3,808
  • Children: 15.94% (607)
  • Elderly: 21.74% (828)

Racial Breakdown

  • 1,227 half-dwarf (32.2%)
  • 1,078 human (28.3%)
  • 884 halfling (23.2%)
  • 309 half-elf (8.1%)
  • 184 other (4.8%)
  • 65 elf (1.7%)
  • 61 dwarf (1.6%)

Misc.

  • 5 Districts
  • 123 Businesses
  • 528 Specialists
  • 474 Residences

Summary [-]

Kalvista is a large town in the Burdin Region with a normal population.

Environment [-]

Geography [-]

This fertile large town is moderately populated (7,803 people/sq km), covers 0.49 square kilometers, and roughly has a diameter of 789 meters.

Climate [-]

Kalvista has a Dry-Summer Subtropical climate, which is characterized by warm and dry summers with mild and wet winters, and has prevernal, spring, summer, monsoon, autumn and winter seasons. Winds in the region are continual and the temperature is generally freezing with little variation. Precipitation is non-existant, and the sky is clear.

Astronomy [-]

Kalvista sees a trinary star overhead: Ber, a large blue star; Uur, a large yellow star; and Lun, a massive red star. Kalvista also has a single moon: Thedoke, a supermassive briliant silver moon. In the night sky, you see nothing unusual.

Cityscape [-]

Walls [-]

Visitors are greeted with a polished mud brick partition that is 2 meters tall. The city wall protects the core 97% of the city, with 5 towers spread along the 3.22 kilometer wall.

Streets [-]

There are 3 roads leading to Kalvista; no roads are major. The city is lined with crude dirt tracks in a grid pattern.

Districts [-]

The city is broken into the following districts: market, middleclass, wealthy, industry, and mercy.

Sewers [-]

There are 3 openings leading to Kalvista's sewer.

Government [-]

Kalvista is governed through an ecclesiastical government, where the government administrated by a church.. The government as a whole is seen as ruthlessly effective. Officials in Kalvista are often seen as the epitome corruption and the policies are honored. The political influence of Kalvista in the region is unwavering due to food shortages in the region. In times of crisis, the population overcomes their differences.

Leader [-]

Kalvista is ruled by Lord Xodods Greatshredder. The Lord has been in power for mere days and is revered by the people. There is forceful opposition to the Lord and policies. The right to rule was granted by revolution, and that power is maintained through the acclaim of the nobles.

Laws [-]

Laws are enforced by a roving thieves, and are strictly enforced. Justice is served by a kangaroo court, with a common punishment being fines.

Crime [-]

Crime is common. The most common crime is petty theft. The imprisonment rate is 0.16% of the population (6 adults).

Military [-]

Kalvista has a negative attitude towards the military. Their standing army of 495 citizens (13%) is at the ready, with a reserve force of 266 (7%). Of the active duty military, 17 (3.5%) are special forces. Due to their negative attitude and polished partition, Kalvista is excellently fortified. Kalvista fighters are ridiculed for their use of heavy crossbows in battle. They are mocked for their guerrilla warfare and are considered properly skilled in battle.

Economy [-]

The economy in Kalvista is currently steadfast.

Currencies [-]

The following currencies are common in Kalvista:
  • A Narrak is a lightweight, low-value coin that is common in the city. It is medium ( 24mm ), pentagonal, and made of copper. The coins are covered with intricate designs.
  • A Quat is an ideally weighted, moderate-value coin that is common in the region. It is tiny ( 18mm ), square, and made of silver. The coins are covered with unmistakable designs. Worth 10 Narrak.
  • A Lat is a high-value, lightweight coin that is minted by the region authority. It is hexagonal, medium ( 24mm ), and made of gold. The designs on the coin are intricate. Worth 10 Quat.
Adventurers may also find an old Debollar. A Debollar is an ideally weighted, low-value coin that is common in the city. It is medium ( 24mm ), triangular, and made of copper. The coins are covered with precise designs.

Resources [-]

Kalvista is known for the following resources:

  • An ancient tower inhabited by dangerous cobras that are feared by witches.
  • A creepy gazebo inhabited by tame kangaroos that are feared by witches. Somoeone said someone found piles of diamonds in a well.
  • Guano banks that are frequented by witches. Delhiaaen Melithwing said the locals speak of piles of iron maidens buried near there.
  • Abundant dangerous chinchilla colonies that are avoided by wenches.

Culture [-]

Religions [-]

In, Kalvista, you can find worsipers of the following deities:

Legends [-]

Around town you'll hear the following legends:
  • In the days of yore, a Boogyman wandered the world when the moon is new. They say that the Boogyman will sneeze three times, then carry you away.
  • Long, long ago, the townsfolk of Hubbbon thrived. Things were peaceful, but one day an evil demon named Surpraz took a hostage and demanded a ransom. The townsfolk tried to stop the demon, but failed miserably. Along came a hero named Mhutgurz Armcrusher, who was a valiant knight. Mhutgurz had an idea to slay the demon by killing the demon while she slept. When Mhutgurz Armcrusher faced the demon, Mhutgurz Armcrusher tricked Surpraz.
  • Long, long ago in a city far, far away, the villagers of Grand DeEisenland lived happily. Things were always nice, but one day Porg the serial killer took over the town. The villagers tried to stop the serial killer, but didn't get close. Along came a outlandish human named Donette Benill, who was a sneaky thief. Donette had the thought to slay the serial killer by using magic to banish it. When Donette Benill faced the serial killer, Donette Benill tricked Porg.
  • In times past, the constable of West Cushtop lived in peace. Things were always nice, but one day a cyclops named Vothzer destroyed a nearby village. The constable tried to stop the cyclops, but were caught. Along came a insecure kobold named Rop, who was a skilled storyteller. Rop had an idea to slay the cyclops by making a wager with Vothzer. When Rop faced the cyclops, Rop killed the cyclops.
  • Many years ago, the townsfolk of Defdef lived happily. Things were quiet, but one day a vampire named Brexn Rockbone destroyed a nearby village. The townsfolk tried to stop the vampire, but failed miserably. Along came a trusting human named Georgmeta Whiteson, who was a skilled storyteller. Georgmeta had a plan to trick the vampire by making a wager with Brexn Rockbone. When Georgmeta Whiteson faced the vampire, Georgmeta Whiteson defeated Brexn Rockbone.

Events [-]

Kalvista is a lively city with many opportunities available.

Job Postings [-]

You'll find the following job postings:
  • Mulana Armisinger has been kidnapped! Generous payment for safe return. Serious inquiries only. Reward is a secret. Contact Thabbagh Backsnapper.
  • Adventurers willing to explore recently discovered ruins and return any valuable artifacts. May include some hazards. Will owe you a huge favor. Contact Xuerm Bigmaw.
  • Help Needed: Want to earn some quick coin? Bounty for grigs, dead or alive. Reward is a secret. Contact Lobin Coralriver.
  • Mercenaries wanted for caravan protection. Will owe you a huge favor. Contact Tbemt Foulstomach for further details.
  • Someone stole my chalice. Find the louse, dead or alive. Special attire required. Opportunity to earn a title. Length of job expected to be short. Contact Yordor Tigerhammer for more details.
  • Hearty souls needed to recover stolen relic. Accidental Death insurance required. Opportunity to earn a title. Contact Nillis Carleton.
  • Mercenaries wanted for caravan protection. Reward is a secret. Contact Haavarava Ousseawalker.
  • Help Needed: wine tester wanted. Will pay in gold. Contact Xrunk Giantdamn for more information.
  • Need a change of pace? Merchant seeks caravan master, cartographer, navigator, and experienced mercenaries for trade expedition. Opportunity to earn a title. Contact Ama Kalligage to learn more.
  • Required: I'm looking for investigator to look into someone's references. Will pay in gold. Contact Tom Rockettonk for more details.
  • Require an instructor learned in alchemy to tutor my child. Will reward you with a land deed. Contact Ulkon Rustcask if intrigued.
  • Help Needed: Looking for work? Expert seeks apprentice. Will reward you with a land deed. No previous experience required. No pay until task is completed successfully. Contact Xuor Metalmurder for more details.
  • Wanted: Missing key. We suspect toads are the culprit. Reward is a priceless heirloom. Contact Urse Andrehouse if intrigued.

People [-]

The people in Kalvista despise outsiders.

Citizens [-]

The following citizens are worth mentioning:
  • Gorkon Oilvault is a male dwarf who is known in the neighborhood as being an ineptly skilled smith. He appears lovelorn.
  • Mickey Clayll is a female half-dwarf who is known in the city as being a poorly skilled ostler. She appears nihilistic.
  • LeKeen Robertman is a male half-dwarf who is known in the neighborhood as being a decently skilled specialty smith. He appears mopey.
  • Yordin Claymine is a male half-dwarf who is known in that part of town as being a gifted interpreter. He appears unreliable.
  • Larhiathil Cyredwalker is a male elf who is known in the city as being a mediocrely skilled leatherworker. He appears nihilistic.
  • Grumond Tingem is a male dwarf who is known in the region as being a skilled tinker. He appears smitten.
  • Darartanae Myrthsinger is a male half-elf who is known in the world as being a reasonably skilled shipwright. He appears prejudiced.
  • Abatava Eyllisshine is a male elf who is known in the neighborhood as being a poorly skilled beer seller. He appears lovelorn.
  • Bordor Oatgrave is a male half-dwarf who is known in the world as being a reasonably skilled tavern. He appears embittered.
  • Crisdra Chabrook is a male human who is known in the world as being a decently skilled dyer. He appears territorial.
  • Barorin Icestomach is a female dwarf who is known in the neighborhood as being a reasonably skilled bather. She appears outlandish.
  • Yorrim Uglyplate is a female dwarf who is known in the neighborhood as being a gifted miller. She appears smitten.
  • Rosrill Matey is a male human who is known in that part of town as being a reasonably skilled navigator. He appears idealistic.
  • Arag Oilring is a female dwarf who is known in the region as being a mediocrely skilled beer seller. She appears guilty.
  • Faetlas Shadeoak is a male half-elf who is known in the world as being a gifted vintner. He appears treasure-obsessed.
  • Lorin Carbonblood is a male dwarf who is known in the neighborhood as being a reasonably skilled beer seller. He appears nosy.

Travelers [-]

The following travelers are worth mentioning:
  • Argar Graniteback, an authoritarian female half-dwarf. She is a rogue who is finding a long-lost friend.
  • Thorbul Starbaker, an unreliable male dwarf. He is a commoner who is finding a missing artifact.
  • Elbornly Freeblower, a chatty female halfling. She is a rogue who is here to buy slaves.
  • Durorin Lightningshoulder, a beligerent male dwarf. He is a commoner who is finding work as a healer.

Locales [-]

Establishments [-]

These establishments worthy of mention in Kalvista:

  • The Crooked Bag Scribe [-] The Crooked Bag Scribe is an average sized, neat-looking two floor copyoffice. The building faces southwest with tiny windows, a roof made from thatch, and a stone storefront. It is located in an empty neighborhood of the professional district. This place is run by a conspirational halfling named Elnellne Jalliarrow. The copyoffice is known for dirt cheap prices for the service there, and is on the verge of closing. There are 2 customers in the copyoffice. The local gangs harass the owner and patrons.
  • The Playful Song Fine Bows [-] The Playful Song Fine Bows is a large, dusty-looking one floor bowyer. The building faces southeast with barred windows, a bamboo storefront, and a roof made from tile. It is located in an old neighborhood of the trade district. This place is run by a nihilistic half-elf named Ros Benen. The bowyer is known for fair prices for the service there, and has people queing out in the street. There are 2 customers in the bowyer. The roving thieves taxes the owner and patrons.
  • The Salty Whisper Rug Shop [-] The Salty Whisper Rug Shop is a normal sized, packed-looking one floor rugmaker. The building faces south with a roof made from tile, clean windows, and a masonry storefront. It is located in a nice neighborhood of the industry district. This place is run by a giddy dwarf named Bordor Onyxslasher. The rugmaker is known for dirt cheap prices for the service there, and is always busy, regardless of the time. There are 4 customers in the rugmaker. The organized crime bosses gives protection to the owner and patrons.
  • The Merry Bill Public Library [-] The Merry Bill Public Library is a typical sized, damp-looking two floor library. The building faces north with dirty windows, a brick storefront, and a roof made from thatch. It is located in an expensive neighborhood of the fine shops district. This place is run by a self-obsessed human named Moiam Smithsone. The library is known for dirt cheap prices for the service there, and is completely abandoned, and often forgotten. There are 2 customers in the library. The organized crime bosses steals from the owner and patrons.
  • The Fallen Badger Star Gazers [-] The Fallen Badger Star Gazers is a small, crowded-looking one floor astrologer. The building faces northeast with dirty windows, a roof made from slate, and a mud storefront. It is located in a seedy neighborhood of the fine shops district. This place is run by a guilty half-elf named Halarttars Jadewind. The astrologer is known for next to nothing prices for the service there, and rarely has room for new business. Upon entering you see scrolls leaning against the walls. There are 5 customers in the astrologer. The organized crime bosses hit up the owner and patrons.
  • The Grimy Hops Firepit [-] The Grimy Hops Firepit is a large, packed-looking one floor firepit. The building faces south with a roof made from tile, a split wood storefront, and many windows. It is located in a seedy neighborhood of the industry district. This place is run by a vengeful human named Fran Broham. The firepit is known for steep prices for the service there, and has strange opening hours. There are 2 customers in the firepit. The local gangs steals from the owner and patrons.
  • The Shining Snake Bakery [-] The Shining Snake Bakery is a small, neat-looking one floor bakery. The building faces southeast with a stone storefront, two windows, and a roof made from tile. It is located in an empty neighborhood of the shops district. This place is run by a guilty human named Herana Brirell. The bakery is known for dirt cheap prices for the a warm smile there, and is crowded every night. Upon entering you hear yelling in the back of the store, you see hot buns, and you smell scent fresh bread. There are 4 customers in the bakery. The city watch harass the owner and patrons.
  • The Bottomless Cloak Book Smith [-] The Bottomless Cloak Book Smith is a normal sized, dusty-looking three floor bookstore. The building faces southeast with many windows, a lap board storefront, and a roof made from slate. It is located in a nice neighborhood of the fine shops district. This place is run by a spiteful human named Willlin Greenfield. The bookstore is known for moderate prices for the service there, and is crowded every night. There is 1 customer in the bookstore. The crime mobs shakes down the owner and patrons.
  • The Fermented Pot Shoppe [-] The Fermented Pot Shoppe is a large, crowded-looking one floor glove shop. The building faces south with a stone storefront, a roof made from tile, and weathered windows. It is located in an expensive neighborhood of the trade district. This place is run by a patriotic elf named Gwatssa Goldenarrow. The glove shop is known for unreasonable prices for the service there, and is empty during the day but busy in the evening. There are 2 customers in the glove shop. The local thugs harass the owner and patrons.
  • The Leaping Mead Jewelers [-] The Leaping Mead Jewelers is a normal sized, smelly-looking two floor jewelery store. The building faces northwest with three windows, a masonry storefront, and a roof made from tile. It is located in a rundown neighborhood of the shops district. This place is run by a battle-ready halfling named Hilina Roadtender. The jewelery store is known for slightly high prices for the service there, and has people queing out in the street. There are 3 customers in the jewelery store. The city guard shakes down the owner and patrons.
  • The Flying Priest Inc. [-] The Flying Priest Inc. is a small, tidy-looking one floor university. The building faces south with tiny windows, a stone storefront, and a roof made from tile. It is located in a rundown neighborhood of the education district. This place is run by a vengeful elf named Gaerigava Aleariver. The university is known for next to nothing prices for the service there, and is unappreciated by the locals. There are 5 customers in the university. The city watch taxes the owner and patrons.
  • The Strangled Imps Postal Service [-] The Strangled Imps Postal Service is a typical sized, smelly-looking one floor post office. The building faces south with a roof made from turf, a masonry storefront, and three windows. It is located in an empty neighborhood of the embassy district. This place is run by a smitten halfling named Bedi Quickstoat. The post office is known for reasonable prices for the service there, and is busy most days. There are 4 customers in the post office. The city guard shakes down the owner and patrons.
  • The Sleeping Ulcer Fish Camp [-] The Sleeping Ulcer Fish Camp is an average sized, clean-looking one floor fishery. The building faces northeast with a roof made from slate, dirty windows, and a masonry storefront. It is located in a new neighborhood of the industry district. This place is run by a forgetful dwarf named Balorin Bloodriver. The fishery is known for fair prices for the service there, and is crowded every night. Upon entering you smell no fish. There are 5 customers in the fishery. The city guard steals from the owner and patrons.
  • The Splintered Rock General Goods [-] The Splintered Rock General Goods is a typical sized, disgusting-looking one floor trading post. The building faces north with stained windows, a roof made from thatch, and a brick storefront. It is located in an expensive neighborhood of the shop district. This place is run by an insecure dwarf named Ardin Rubybladeshatter. The trading post is known for high prices for the service there, and only attracts people from out of town. There are 3 customers in the trading post. The grifters shakes down the owner and patrons.
  • The Grimy Thug Healers [-] The Grimy Thug Healers is a large, packed-looking three floor hospital. The building faces north with small windows, a stone storefront, and a roof made from thatch. It is located in a nice neighborhood of the industry district. This place is run by a pious human named Lynme Simonen. The hospital is known for next to nothing prices for the service there, and is constantly crowded. There are 5 customers in the hospital. The local thugs hit up the owner and patrons.
  • The Sleepy Elves Fish House [-] The Sleepy Elves Fish House is an average sized, damp-looking one floor fishery. The building faces northwest with dirty windows, a stone storefront, and a roof made from thatch. It is located in an empty neighborhood of the industry district. This place is run by a fatalistic half-dwarf named Wille Barley. The fishery is known for moderate prices for the service there, and is eerily empty . Upon entering you smell something fishy. There are 5 customers in the fishery. The local thugs shakes down the owner and patrons.
  • The Musty Pipe Meat Handlers [-] The Musty Pipe Meat Handlers is a huge, dirty-looking one floor butchershop. The building faces south with stained windows, a brick storefront, and a roof made from slate. It is located in an old neighborhood of the market district. This place is run by a boastful half-dwarf named Obiam Whitengton. The butchershop is known for next to nothing prices for the service there, and is crowded every night. There are 3 customers in the butchershop. The grifters taxes the owner and patrons.
  • The Stowaway Hole Supplies [-] The Stowaway Hole Supplies is a small, crowded-looking one floor chandlery shop. The building faces east with a stone storefront, tiny windows, and a roof made from tile. It is located in a nice neighborhood of the industry district. This place is run by an apologetic dwarf named Grimrin Talonplate. The chandlery shop is known for inexpensive prices for the service there, and is empty during the day but busy in the evening. There is 1 customer in the chandlery shop. The local gangs gives protection to the owner and patrons.
  • The Cardinal Twins Inc. [-] The Cardinal Twins Inc. is a small, orderly-looking three floor tavern. The building faces northwest with a masonry storefront, a roof made from turf, and weathered windows. It is located in a rundown neighborhood of the market district. This place is run by a sick halfling named Hilgrim Plumpley. The tavern is known for varying prices for the service there, and is constantly crowded. Upon entering you smell cleaning soap. There is 1 customer in the tavern. The neighborhood watch steals from the owner and patrons.
  • The Rolling Swagger House [-] The Rolling Swagger House is a huge, messy-looking one floor civic center. The building faces southeast with clean windows, a roof made from tile, and a mud storefront. It is located in a nice neighborhood of the civic district. This place is run by a violent dwarf named Throond Strongblade. The civic center is known for suspiciously low prices for the service there, and is unappreciated by the locals. There are 4 customers in the civic center. The city guard hit up the owner and patrons.
  • The Marbled Turkey Poor House [-] The Marbled Turkey Poor House is a small, neat-looking three floor almshouse. The building faces south with a roof made from thatch, round windows, and a masonry storefront. It is located in a new neighborhood of the civic district. This place is run by a loud dwarf named Gorgin Silverbattler. The almshouse is known for high prices for the service there, and is empty during the day but busy in the evening. There are 5 customers in the almshouse. The organized crime bosses harass the owner and patrons.
  • The Sterling Iron General Store [-] The Sterling Iron General Store is a huge, damp-looking one floor trading post. The building faces northwest with round windows, a roof made from tile, and a wood storefront. It is located in a trashy neighborhood of the shop district. This place is run by an exhausted human named Mick Robertgton. The trading post is known for slightly high prices for the service there, and is usually busy but is strangely quiet as of late. There are 2 customers in the trading post. The police taxes the owner and patrons.
  • The Broken Widowers Builders [-] The Broken Widowers Builders is a typical sized, orderly-looking one floor engineering firm. The building faces south with a roof made from slate, a mud storefront, and many windows. It is located in a seedy neighborhood of the professional district. This place is run by a sick dwarf named Falgin Greaseycloak. The engineering firm is known for reasonable prices for the service there, and is unappreciated by the locals. There are 3 customers in the engineering firm. The neighborhood watch steals from the owner and patrons.
  • The Rolling Dwarves Temple [-] The Rolling Dwarves Temple is a typical sized, neat-looking one floor shrine. The building faces north with a roof made from thatch, broken windows, and a mud storefront. It is located in a trashy neighborhood of the mercy district. This place is run by a nervous halfling named Perina Freefox. The shrine is known for varying prices for the service there, and is usually busy but is strangely quiet as of late. There are 3 customers in the shrine. The city guard taxes the owner and patrons.
  • The Ruby Toad House [-] The Ruby Toad House is a large, messy-looking two floor civic center. The building faces southwest with a roof made from thatch, two windows, and a masonry storefront. It is located in a seedy neighborhood of the civic district. This place is run by a smug human named Val Danand. The civic center is known for inexpensive prices for the service there, and is busy most days. There is 1 customer in the civic center. The police shakes down the owner and patrons.
  • The Colored Pig Sheath Store [-] The Colored Pig Sheath Store is an average sized, disgusting-looking one floor scabbard maker. The building faces southwest with a roof made from thatch, a lap board storefront, and small windows. It is located in a rundown neighborhood of the trade district. This place is run by a jesterly human named Crise Rosenerton. The scabbard maker is known for steep prices for the service there, and is completely abandoned, and often forgotten. There are 2 customers in the scabbard maker. The local thugs shakes down the owner and patrons.
  • The Broken Fox Designs [-] The Broken Fox Designs is a typical sized, crowded-looking one floor engineering firm. The building faces north with a roof made from slate, a split wood storefront, and barred windows. It is located in an old neighborhood of the professional district. This place is run by a conspirational elf named Larartava Shadowwatch. The engineering firm is known for dirt cheap prices for the service there, and is usually busy but is strangely quiet as of late. There is 1 customer in the engineering firm. The local thugs hit up the owner and patrons.
  • The Vulgar Frogs Inc. [-] The Vulgar Frogs Inc. is a normal sized, messy-looking one floor stable. The building faces northwest with a roof made from slate, a lap board storefront, and weathered windows. It is located in an empty neighborhood of the professional district. This place is run by a nosy dwarf named Balag Greenanvil. The stable is known for reasonable prices for the service there, and is unappreciated by the locals. There is 1 customer in the stable. The local thugs shakes down the owner and patrons.