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Welcome to Bettentow



Census Data

General Information

  • Pop. Estimate: 1,102
  • Children: 39.38% (434)
  • Elderly: 4.99% (55)

Racial Breakdown

  • 620 half-orc (56.2%)
  • 261 half-dwarf (23.6%)
  • 157 elf (14.2%)
  • 26 human (2.3%)
  • 24 gnome (2.1%)
  • 14 other (1.2%)

Misc.

  • 4 Districts
  • 61 Businesses
  • 114 Specialists
  • 136 Residences

Summary [-]

Bettentow is a small town in the Walbor Region with a normal population.

Environment [-]

Geography [-]

This fertile small town is nominally populated (3,453 people/sq km), covers 0.32 square kilometers, and roughly has a diameter of 638 meters.

Climate [-]

Bettentow has a Moist Continental climate, which is characterized by warm to cool summers and cold winters with severe snow storms, and has spring, summer, fall and winter seasons. Winds in the region are strong and the temperature is generally freezing with moderate variation. Precipitation is moderate, and the sky is cloudy.

Astronomy [-]

Bettentow sees a binary star overhead: Lux, an average blue star and Sic, an average yellow star. Bettentow also has a single moon: Elala, a small light blue moon. In the night sky, you see two celestial objects: a massive nearby planet that has been around for millenia and a massive pulsar that has been around for centuries.

Cityscape [-]

Walls [-]

Visitors are greeted with a polished wood barricade that is 5 meters tall. The city wall protects the core 100% of the city, with 5 towers spread along the 2.11 kilometer wall.

Streets [-]

There are 5 roads leading to Bettentow; 1 road is major. The city is lined with irregular dirt roads in a warped parallel pattern.

Districts [-]

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

Sewers [-]

There are 2 openings leading to Bettentow's sewer.

Government [-]

Bettentow is governed through an emirate, where the supreme power is in the hands of an emir, who may be an absolute overlord with constitutionally limited authority. The government as a whole is seen as efficient. Officials in Bettentow are often seen as honorable and the policies are honored. The political influence of Bettentow in the region is improving due to a thwarted assassination attempt. In times of crisis, the population gives up their freedom in exchange for security.

Leader [-]

Bettentow is ruled by Brother Abalenai Auvreanight. The Brother has been in power for years and is despised by the people. There is strong opposition to the Brother and policies. The right to rule was granted by foreign imposition, and that power is maintained through financial oppression.

Laws [-]

Laws are enforced by a trade guild, but are rarely enforced. Justice is served by a magistrate, with a common punishment being community service.

Crime [-]

Crime is rampant. The most common crime is fraud. The imprisonment rate is 1.54% of the population (17 adults).

Military [-]

Bettentow has a neutral attitude towards the military. Their standing army of 162 citizens (14.75%) is at the ready, with a reserve force of 77 (7%). Of the active duty military, 8 (5.25%) are special forces. Due to their neutral attitude and polished barricade, Bettentow is properly fortified. Bettentow fighters are despised for their use of battle axes in battle. They are much maligned for their phlanyx formations and are considered moderately skilled in battle.

Economy [-]

The economy in Bettentow is currently steady.

Currencies [-]

The following currencies are common in Bettentow:
  • A Yualatik is a low-value, ideally weighted coin that is minted by the region authority. It is pentagonal, tiny ( 18mm ), and made of copper. The designs on the coin are sophisticated.
  • A Dekol is a moderate-value, ideally weighted coin that is minted by the region authority. It is circular, small ( 20mm ), and made of silver. The designs on the coin are intricate. Worth 10 Yualatik.
  • A Dom 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 refined. Worth 10 Dekol.
Adventurers may also find an old Hun. A Hun is a high-value, ideally weighted coin that is minted by the region authority. It is triangular, large ( 30mm ), and made of steel. The designs on the coin are crude.

Resources [-]

Bettentow is known for the following resources:

  • An ancient castle inhabited by dangerous caterpillars that are frequented by vampires.
  • Bountiful spider clusters that are frequented by magic users.
  • Rubber plantations that are visited frequently by locals. The locals speak of a chest containing iron maidens buried near there.
  • Endangered defenseless bee hives that are visited frequently by wenches.

Culture [-]

Religions [-]

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

Legends [-]

Around town you'll hear the following legends:
  • Once upon a time, the royals of Kirkrun thrived. Things were quiet, but one day Vothzer the spirit destroyed a nearby village. The royals tried to kill Vothzer, but failed miserably. Along came Chavarava Auvreagleam the half-elf, who was an expert bowman. Chavarava had a plan to trick the spirit by causing a distraction while others struck. When Chavarava Auvreagleam faced the spirit, Chavarava Auvreagleam tricked Vothzer.

Events [-]

Bettentow is a lively city with many opportunities available.

Job Postings [-]

You'll find the following job postings:
  • I'm looking for investigator to look into someone's references. Opportunity to earn a title. Contact Arrun Thudcairn.
  • Needed: Bored? Hearty souls needed to recover stolen bracelet. Will pay in gold. Contact Terentin Stafield.
  • Want to earn some quick coin? Bounty for toads, dead or alive. Will owe you a huge favor. Contact Gip.
  • taste tester wanted. Length of job expected to be short. Opportunity to earn a title. Contact Amane Shortgold.
  • Required: Want to earn some quick coin? Lockpick needed for totally legitimate reasons. Prior experience required. Reward is a priceless heirloom. Contact Franton Bartoill for more information.
  • derros-catcher needed to keep the beasties away from the sheep and cattle. Reward is a secret. Contact Hallenlleu Softsworn.
  • Looking for something new? Barbarian seeks apprentice. Opportunity to earn a title. No pay until task is completed successfully. Contact Tremt Oozewiser to learn more.
  • Seeking inter-planar messenger. A little danger is involved, so expect hazardous duty pay. Must provide your own transportation. Will pay in gold. Contact Ceelak.
  • Seeking inter-planar messenger. Will reward you with valuable information. Contact Guduk Oxfang for further details.
  • Adventurers willing to explore recently discovered ruins and return any valuable artifacts. Reward is a secret. Contact Torina Greasebun.
  • Need a change of pace? Laborer required to bring stones to the castle. Wagon provided. Will reward you with a land deed. Contact Dantin Whiteerley.

People [-]

The people in Bettentow are critical of outsiders.

Citizens [-]

The following citizens are worth mentioning:
  • Teren Chawood is a male human who is known in the region as being a decently skilled actor. He appears self-obsessed.
  • Jamette Dilden is a female human who is known in that part of town as being a gifted hatmaker. She appears grieving.
  • Crise Matll is a male human who is known in the world as being a reasonably skilled engineer. He appears smug.
  • Herey Bartoin is a male half-dwarf who is known in the city as being a poorly skilled butcher. He appears embittered.
  • Jo Colall is a female half-orc who is known in the city as being a decently skilled messenger. She appears egotistical.
  • Ilellthil Orleshield is a female elf who is known in that part of town as being a poorly skilled tavern. She appears smitten.
  • Joann Claytt is a female human who is known in that part of town as being a reasonably skilled blacksmith. She appears loud.
  • Adadan Rocketwink is a male gnome who is known in the world as being a gifted warehouse worker. He appears clumsy.
  • Khukurg Mokcrusher is a male half-orc who is known in the city as being a skilled harness maker. He appears outlandish.
  • Krasor Bonesnapper is a male half-orc who is known in that part of town as being a reasonably skilled soldier. He appears spiteful.
  • Snorond Claymace is a male half-dwarf who is known in the world as being a reasonably skilled official. He appears cowed.
  • Elaartiyn Keenfire is an androgynous elf who is known in that part of town as being a poorly skilled barber. They appears fashion concious.
  • LeKeenson Davwell is a male human who is known in the city as being a decently skilled scribe. He appears resentful.
  • Erhiatars Ousseahunter is a female elf who is known in that part of town as being a reasonably skilled dyer. She appears smitten.

Travelers [-]

The following travelers are worth mentioning:
  • Abgor Legsnapper, a vengeful female half-orc. She is a commoner who is traveling the world as an unemployed specialist.
  • Falrun Stonefoot, a guilty female dwarf. She is a rogue who is here to destroy a misconception.
  • Bil Francwell, an impatient female half-orc. She is a druid who is here to destroy a misconception.
  • Balgin Carbonmug, an outlandish female half-dwarf. She is an expert who is finding a long-lost sibling.
  • May Dilman, a nervous female human. She is an expert who is on a mission from the gods.
  • Adaartthil Auvreashine, a shifty female half-elf. She is an adept who is here to secretly assassinate a scholar.

Locales [-]

Establishments [-]

These establishments worthy of mention in Bettentow:

  • The Snoring Axe Shoppe [-] The Snoring Axe Shoppe is an average sized, smelly-looking one floor alchemy shop. The building faces southeast with no windows, a masonry storefront, and a roof made from turf. It is located in a new neighborhood of the shops district. This place is run by a fatalistic half-orc named Bob Whiteworth. The alchemy shop is known for high prices for the concotions there, and is avoided by the locals for reasons unknown. Upon entering you hear a dog barking, you smell a foul smell, and you see strange bottles and tubes everywhere. There are 3 customers in the alchemy shop. The grifters gives protection to the owner and patrons.
  • The Slade Axehandle Inc. [-] The Slade Axehandle Inc. is a small, tidy-looking two floor townhouse. The building faces south with tiny windows, a wood storefront, and a roof made from thatch. It is located in a seedy neighborhood of the hotel district. This place is run by an intimidating gnome named Tulina Cobblebun. The townhouse is known for extravagant prices for the service there, and rarely has room for new business. There are 3 customers in the townhouse. The local gangs steals from the owner and patrons.
  • The Frosty Ulcer Lumberyard [-] The Frosty Ulcer Lumberyard is a small, filthy-looking one floor lumberyard. The building faces northeast with a masonry storefront, clean windows, and a roof made from slate. It is located in a trashy neighborhood of the industry district. This place is run by a jaded gnome named Aikey Gearcog. The lumberyard is known for fair prices for the service there, and is eerily empty . There are 3 customers in the lumberyard. The trade guild gives protection to the owner and patrons.
  • The Flaming Snake Wine Shoppe [-] The Flaming Snake Wine Shoppe is an average sized, dirty-looking one floor vinyard. The building faces north with a roof made from thatch, round windows, and a lap board storefront. It is located in a nice neighborhood of the professional district. This place is run by a nervous gnome named Allink Electroblast. The vinyard is known for fair prices for the service there, and only attracts people from out of town. There are 4 customers in the vinyard. The city guard hit up the owner and patrons.
  • The Salty Peacock General Store [-] The Salty Peacock General Store is a small, messy-looking two floor trading post. The building faces south with a split wood storefront, small windows, and a roof made from tile. It is located in a new neighborhood of the shop district. This place is run by a cautious half-dwarf named Balorin Ironcastle. The trading post is known for unreasonable prices for the service there, and holds the record for worst service in the region. There is 1 customer in the trading post. The police steals from the owner and patrons.
  • The Mad Beer Money Changers [-] The Mad Beer Money Changers is a small, orderly-looking one floor bank. The building faces south with a roof made from slate, a bamboo storefront, and stained windows. It is located in a trashy neighborhood of the wealthy district. This place is run by a lovelorn elf named Darlentars Bannifeather. The bank is known for varying prices for the service there, and only attracts people from out of town. Upon entering you see and empty counter with bars in front of it, you hear muffled voices from the back, and you smell earth. There are 2 customers in the bank. The roving thieves hit up the owner and patrons.
  • The Voluptuous Mug Docs [-] The Voluptuous Mug Docs is a typical sized, dirty-looking one floor boat for hire. The building faces south with a roof made from turf, a masonry storefront, and clean windows. It is located in an empty neighborhood of the port district. This place is run by a contrarian half-orc named Nhozg Backcrusher. The boat for hire is known for high prices for the service there, and is empty during the day but busy in the evening. There are 3 customers in the boat for hire. The police steals from the owner and patrons.
  • The Dwarven Fox Shoppe [-] The Dwarven Fox Shoppe is an average sized, messy-looking one floor apothecary. The building faces south with a brick storefront, no windows, and a roof made from turf. It is located in a nice neighborhood of the fine shops district. This place is run by an unreliable elf named Aeslantel Eyllisrun. The apothecary is known for inexpensive prices for the products there, and is unappreciated by the locals. Upon entering you see bottles vials and stacks of grian and herbs, you smell damp earth, and you hear a rythimic scraping. There is 1 customer in the apothecary. The local gangs taxes the owner and patrons.
  • The Weary Elf Builders [-] The Weary Elf Builders is a huge, tidy-looking three floor engineering firm. The building faces southeast with a stone storefront, two windows, and a roof made from tile. It is located in a seedy neighborhood of the professional district. This place is run by a mocking elf named Illrigtars Tyrweaver. The engineering firm is known for high prices for the service there, and is constantly crowded. There are 5 customers in the engineering firm. The local gangs taxes the owner and patrons.
  • The Belching Ivy Blowers [-] The Belching Ivy Blowers is a small, disgusting-looking one floor glassmaker hut. The building faces north with a roof made from thatch, a wood storefront, and round windows. It is located in an empty neighborhood of the trade district. This place is run by an efficient gnome named Tomlita Cobblegauge. The glassmaker hut is known for suspiciously low prices for the service there, and is empty during the day but busy in the evening. Upon entering you see panes of glass and mirrors, you smell a burning forge, and you hear a bellows pumping. There are 3 customers in the glassmaker hut. The police gives protection to the owner and patrons.
  • The Screaming Hole General Store [-] The Screaming Hole General Store is a normal sized, packed-looking one floor trading post. The building faces southwest with a masonry storefront, a few windows, and a roof made from tile. It is located in a nice neighborhood of the shop district. This place is run by a healthy half-dwarf named Col Casand. The trading post is known for unreasonable prices for the service there, and is busy most days. There are 5 customers in the trading post. The grifters steals from the owner and patrons.
  • The Merry Turkey Charity [-] The Merry Turkey Charity is a small, messy-looking one floor almshouse. The building faces northwest with a brick storefront, small windows, and a roof made from slate. It is located in a seedy neighborhood of the civic district. This place is run by an intimidated human named Alida Jackwood. The almshouse is known for reasonable prices for the service there, and has people queing out in the street. There are 3 customers in the almshouse. The city watch steals from the owner and patrons.
  • The Lascivious Song Inc. [-] The Lascivious Song Inc. is a typical sized, tidy-looking one floor weaponshop. The building faces south with a bamboo storefront, a roof made from slate, and dirty windows. It is located in a nice neighborhood of the merchant district. This place is run by an outlandish gnome named Arneno Wobbjet. The weaponshop is known for varying prices for the service there, and is eerily empty . There are 2 customers in the weaponshop. The crime mobs steals from the owner and patrons.
  • The Wiley Frog Inc. [-] The Wiley Frog Inc. is an average sized, messy-looking one floor stable. The building faces north with a roof made from slate, weathered windows, and a split wood storefront. It is located in an old neighborhood of the professional district. This place is run by a chatty elf named Elhialas Gyssegleam. The stable is known for very high prices for the service there, and only attracts people from out of town. There are 2 customers in the stable. The crime mobs taxes the owner and patrons.
  • The Hilltop Halfling Beer Garden [-] The Hilltop Halfling Beer Garden is a typical sized, crowded-looking one floor brewery. The building faces northeast with a roof made from tile, a bamboo storefront, and round windows. It is located in an expensive neighborhood of the industry district. This place is run by a greedy human named Crisette Broer. The brewery is known for minimal prices for the service there, and is usually empty. Upon entering you see piles of grain, you smell hops and grain, and you hear laughing. There are 3 customers in the brewery. The roving thieves shakes down the owner and patrons.
  • The Lascivious Alicorn Ceramics [-] The Lascivious Alicorn Ceramics is a normal sized, crowded-looking one floor pottery. The building faces southeast with a split wood storefront, a roof made from slate, and three windows. It is located in a new neighborhood of the trade district. This place is run by a nosy half-dwarf named Nelora Colon. The pottery is known for varying prices for the service there, and is eerily empty . There are 2 customers in the pottery. The trade guild taxes the owner and patrons.
  • The Fallen Hole Inc. [-] The Fallen Hole Inc. is a large, smelly-looking one floor studio. The building faces southwest with stained windows, a roof made from turf, and a masonry storefront. It is located in a seedy neighborhood of the trade district. This place is run by a gosipy half-orc named Shabdud Armcrusher. The studio is known for inexpensive prices for the service there, and usually has few visitors. There are 5 customers in the studio. The roving thieves hit up the owner and patrons.
  • The Voluptuous Riverside Wharf [-] The Voluptuous Riverside Wharf is a huge, dirty-looking one floor boat for hire. The building faces northeast with a stone storefront, a roof made from thatch, and stained windows. It is located in an old neighborhood of the port district. This place is run by a territorial gnome named Gilley Tinkerscope. The boat for hire is known for high prices for the service there, and is usually empty. There are 5 customers in the boat for hire. The roving thieves hit up the owner and patrons.
  • The Tattered Lotus Shop [-] The Tattered Lotus Shop is a small, orderly-looking one floor shop. The building faces east with a split wood storefront, a roof made from thatch, and small windows. It is located in a trashy neighborhood of the trade district. This place is run by a self-obsessed gnome named Hew Cobblewink. The shop is known for high prices for the service there, and usually has few visitors. There are 3 customers in the shop. The city guard steals from the owner and patrons.
  • The Great Dungeon Wares [-] The Great Dungeon Wares is a small, crowded-looking two floor clothing shop. The building faces north with stained windows, a roof made from thatch, and a split wood storefront. It is located in a rundown neighborhood of the shops district. This place is run by a boastful half-dwarf named Drodin Dogfinger. The clothing shop is known for slightly high prices for the service there, and is unappreciated by the locals. There are 5 customers in the clothing shop. The organized crime bosses steals from the owner and patrons.
  • The Dancing Harpoon Inc. [-] The Dancing Harpoon Inc. is a small, neat-looking one floor smithy. The building faces southwest with a roof made from turf, a brick storefront, and dirty windows. It is located in a rundown neighborhood of the shop district. This place is run by an exhausted half-orc named Kogoz Legcracker. The smithy is known for dirt cheap prices for the service there, and rarely has room for new business. Upon entering you smell sweet smoke and you hear dull thumping sound. There are 2 customers in the smithy. The grifters taxes the owner and patrons.
  • The Wandering Bunk Translations [-] The Wandering Bunk Translations is a small, smelly-looking one floor translator. The building faces south with a roof made from slate, a split wood storefront, and small windows. It is located in a seedy neighborhood of the embassy district. This place is run by a patronizing half-orc named Eas Marsone. The translator is known for high prices for the service there, and is busy most days. There is 1 customer in the translator. The racketeers taxes the owner and patrons.
  • The Lonely Weasels Temple [-] The Lonely Weasels Temple is a small, dusty-looking one floor church. The building faces south with a roof made from thatch, a brick storefront, and tiny windows. It is located in a new neighborhood of the mercy district. This place is run by a guarded elf named Aeslenlleu Teasen'cloak. The church is known for varying prices for the clean sacrifices there, and is empty during the day but busy in the evening. Upon entering you see elegent golden decorations all around, you smell smell of blood, and you hear a low moaning. There are 3 customers in the church. The local thugs steals from the owner and patrons.
  • The Singing Swagger Fish Camp [-] The Singing Swagger Fish Camp is a typical sized, neat-looking one floor fishery. The building faces southwest with a lap board storefront, three windows, and a roof made from tile. It is located in a nice neighborhood of the industry district. This place is run by a shifty elf named Chaellinne Fireshadow. The fishery is known for extravagant prices for the service there, and rarely has room for new business. Upon entering you smell no fish. There are 3 customers in the fishery. The mobsters gives protection to the owner and patrons.
  • The Musty Wand Shoes [-] The Musty Wand Shoes is a small, filthy-looking one floor shoe shop. The building faces northwest with a roof made from tile, a brick storefront, and three windows. It is located in a nice neighborhood of the trade district. This place is run by a helpful half-dwarf named Garbor Hawkshield. The shoe shop is known for reasonable prices for the service there, and is usually empty. Upon entering you smell scent of leather, you see old shoes and bit of leather, and you hear a kitten mewing. There are 3 customers in the shoe shop. The neighborhood watch harass the owner and patrons.
  • The Mended Elf Shoppe [-] The Mended Elf Shoppe is a huge, tidy-looking one floor firepit. The building faces southeast with weathered windows, a roof made from tile, and a lap board storefront. It is located in an expensive neighborhood of the industry district. This place is run by a boastful human named Dansie Morin. The firepit is known for reasonable prices for the service there, and is usually busy but is strangely quiet as of late. There is 1 customer in the firepit. The crime mobs hit up the owner and patrons.