Территории Моргейн сравними с Анкараном или Пёрпл маршез так-то по территории и населению, такие же бомжиные углы, однако анкарам держит королевский варлорд Ваджра, цитирую
As the primary border county between Tethyr and Calimshan,
this county needs a strong military leader, and they have that
in her excellency, the countess Kyrin Hawkwinter. As she
gained both the county and the permanent post as Her
Majesty’s Horselord, County Calimmon will always be filled
with horses, cavalry, and iron-willed people who wish to keep
The Countess of Calimmon: Countess Kyrin Hawkwinter
(CG hf F6); Horselord of Her Majesty’s Cavalry. Lady Kyrin is
the second daughter and sixth child of the Hawkwinter clan,
and one of a set of fraternal twins (her brother Jornos). She has
grown up among strong, forceful personalities and can easily
hold her own against most anyone. She has channeled her pas-
sion into her work and now into managing the county. She is
honored that Queen Zaranda gave her and her descendants the
cavalry command in perpetuity, and she strives to make sure
the queen’s confidence never flags over her choice.
Intrigue: Rontal Qirattar (CN hm C3—Deneir), the count-
ess’s farsann, has been left in charge of planning and organizing
the countess’s wedding just after the beginning of the Year of
the Unstrung Harp ( 137 1 DR). Unknown to all but him, he
believes himself to be the perfect mate for his countess, and he
is plotting ways to eliminate Master Ersemm before or during
the wedding, so he can console her in her grief and become her
Garron Ersemm: (LG hf Pal5) The countess’s consort-to-be
is the young paladin Garron Ersemm, who traveled with the
Lady Hawkwinter from Waterdeep. The captain of horse and
primary horse breaker (after his countess, of course) for the cav-
ah-y, the ebullient and ever-optimistic Garron excels best with
the younger soldiers, as many older veterans are far more cynical
about their work and combat than this cheerful paladin. Still, he
has made a number of very strong contacts at the Fortress Faith-
ful, and spends time there at least every three months.
Geiron Hawkwinter: (NG hm W2) Favored nephew of
Countess Kyrin Hawkwinter, Geiron is the 14-year-old second
son of the countess’s twin brother Jornos, and he shares his
aunt’s impetuosity since he stowed away aboard her ship to join
her on campaign against his mother’s wishes. While she wor-
ried about his safety throughout the campaign, he came
through with flying colors and a few commendations from his
tutor, the Lady Perendra. Now, he is among the troops of Trail-
stone as an aide and scribe, and he hopes to learn more of spell-
craft from the Court Sage, Count Gamalon Idogyr, even
though the sight of the one-eyed wizard makes him nervous.
The Cliff/Daraqadim: The lesser keep of the old duke of
Ankramir lies 25 miles due north of Memnon on the coast.
These breezy lodgings are very much Calishite in nature, with
wide windows and balconies and wide-open gardens and halls.
The countess has added at least one new addition to her estate: a
larger stable for her horses (and those of her guards). She also has
her old friend Lord Zelphar Thann working on a plan to reinforce
her outer defenses to make The Cliff (as she named it, disliking
its old name) better defended, as this old manor could easily be
overrun. The outer defense walls were poorly shored up, and her
only other avenue of escape from the estate is over the cliff.
The Calimmon Garrisons: Four major garrisons dot the
frontiers of County Calimmon. All four are huge, stone-walled
enclosures set on small hills with trenches dug around the base.
While unimaginative in structure, their age of over six cen-
turies proves their designs are sound. Each garrison has a com-
plement of 200-300 troops under the command of 10-15 ju-
nior officers and one commander of captain’s rank or above.
The four are Fort Agis, Fort Tufenk, the Iltakar Garrison, and
This county has always been a mixture of pastoral peace and
farming and the raw, chaotic dangers of ruined empires and
magic that come from Shoonach. The count’s (and his
peoples’) opinion of his duty is to be Tethyrs Guardian against
the evils of Shoonach, just as his neighbor protects the people
from the drow and other evils from Mir. His other duties pale
before his nearly holy responsibilities.
The Count of Monteshi: Count Oxsal Keeneyes (NG halfm
P7—Arvoreen); “Shoonach’s Guardian” and Guild Chancellor.
The popular and religious Count Oxsal is pleased that he has the
chance to prove to the “biglings” that he and his folk are capable
of defending Tethyr. An asset to Ithmong’s civic guard for years,
Oxsal’s spirit and drive to defend his homeland kept many Loy-
alists going after the disastrous First Siege of Myratma.
Countess-Consort Ranna Keeneyes: (LN halff F0) This
small but steady woman is the strength behind the count, and
her down-to-earth sense keeps him from losing himself in his
ardor. With the consent of the royal durbland, Lady Ranna has
taken on the duties of her husband’s Guild Chancellorship, and
thus she is traveling constantly (often in disguise as a simple
merchant) to keep tabs on the guilds and keep her and her kin
in touch between Monteshi and the Purple Hills. She is always
attended by her three daughters and two sons (two F3, one T4,
one T2/F2, and one C2—Arvoreen) for protection.
Pelmarin: This large fortified manor house was originally
built as a country home for the Duke of Ankramir among the
Clovis Fields. Within four tendays of the Black Days of Eleint,
this was the notorious home of “Duke” Lantan of Pelmarin,
one of the first “Carrion Counts” of Tethyr’s Interregnum.
After the squatter-lord’s death in the Year of the Arch (1353
DR), the manor was tended by, villagers, its walls and manor
used to keep them safe from bandits. The manorial home was
bequeathed to the Count of Monteshi, though he is an absen-
tee count, as he spends more of his time at Fort Teqlar.
Fort Teqlar: This fortress was named by Count Keeneyes for
a comrade killed at the Storm Siege of Myratma. The garrison
was restored and manned to watch the ruins of Shoonach and
make sure nothing from it attacked the capital. This fort rests
inside the perimeter walls on the north side of Shoonach, and
its 150 troops keep in contact with the count’s roving patrols of
25 soldiers (of which he has one during the day and two at
night). This spartan post is the count’s current residence.