Welcome to Eddypost!

Census Data

General Information

  • Pop. Estimate: 481
  • Children: 19.33% (93)
  • Elderly: 19.13% (92)

Racial Breakdown

  • 307 lizardfolk (63.8%)
  • 134 deep dwarf (27.8%)
  • 15 other (3.1%)
  • 9 kobold (1.8%)
  • 6 bugbear (1.2%)
  • 5 drow (1%)
  • 5 ogre (1%)


  • 2 Districts
  • 16 Businesses
  • 21 Specialists
  • 59 Residences

Summary [-]

Eddypost is a hamlet in the Bursakep Territory with a monster population.

Environment [-]

Geography [-]

This desolate hamlet is sparsely populated (384/sq km), covers 1.25 square kilometers, and roughly has a diameter of 1261 meters.

Climate [-]

Eddypost has a Temperate Deciduous Forest climate, which is characterized by warm and wet summers with mild and dry winters, and has spring, summer, fall and winter seasons. Winds in the region are continual and the temperature is generally mild with moderate variation. Precipitation is minor, and the sky is continually overcast.

Astronomy [-]

Eddypost sees a single star overhead: Nar, a large white star. Eddypost also has no moons. In the night sky, you see a celestial object: an imposing nearby planet that has been around for centuries.

Cityscape [-]

Walls [-]

No walls currently surround the city.

Streets [-]

There are 6 roads leading to Eddypost; 4 roads are major. The city is lined with muddy dirt tracks in a warped parallel pattern.

Districts [-]

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

Government [-]

Eddypost is governed through a dictatorship, where the ruler or small clique wield absolute power (not restricted by a constitution or laws). The government as a whole is seen as efficient. Officials in Eddypost are often seen as fair and the policies are ridiculed. The political influence of Eddypost in the region is steady due to a thwarted assassination attempt. In times of crisis, the population cowers in fear.

Leader [-]

Eddypost is ruled by Inquisitor Doney Kleinwood. The Inquisitor has been in power for mere hours and is revered by the people. There is minor opposition to the Inquisitor and policies. The right to rule was granted by divine will, and that power is maintained by strict laws and corrupt guards.

Laws [-]

Laws are enforced by a trade guild, but are loosely enforced. Justice is served without trial, with a common punishment being torture.

Crime [-]

Crime is occasional. The most common crime is domestic disturbance. The imprisonment rate is 0.83% of the population (4 adults).

Military [-]

Eddypost has a neutral attitude towards the military. Their standing army of 67 citizens (14%) is at the ready, with a reserve force of 30 (6.25%). Of the active duty military, 3 (5.5%) are special forces. Due to their neutral attitude and lack of defensible wall, Eddypost is tolerably fortified. Eddypost fighters are praised for their use of slings in battle. They are revered for their rigid formations and are considered poorly skilled in battle.

Economy [-]

The economy in Eddypost is currently unwavering.

Resources [-]

Eddypost is known for the following resources:

  • Pigment deposits that are hunted by children.
  • A creepy tower inhabited by tame chinchillas that are visited frequently by children. Done Colewicz said somoeone said someone found a stash of small lyres in a dungeon.
  • Magical bamboo patches that are avoided by unicorns. Gozra said the locals speak of piles of rubies buried near there.

Culture [-]

Legends [-]

Around town you'll hear the following legends:
  • Legends tell of Daney's Goose, a legendary goose with the knack to move on its own accord. It hasn't reappeared in years.
  • Long, long ago, a cyclops named Ans lingered in the woods. Villagers say that if you see her, you will be stricken blind unless you pay a tribute.
  • Legends tell of Jamic's Hat, a cursed hat with the ability to solve any riddle. It mysteriously disappeared.
  • In times gone by, an old man haunted the swamps during a full moon and was drawn towards those that have killed innocents. Commoners say that the old man will offer you sweets, then sell you into slavery.

Events [-]

Eddypost is a lively city with many opportunities available.

Job Postings [-]

You'll find the following job postings:
  • I'm looking for a Negotiator. Prior experience with troublesome grigs required. Reward available. Contact Abagan Stonebeard for more details.
  • Adventurers willing to explore recently discovered ruins and return any valuable artifacts. Reward is a priceless heirloom. Must not smell. Contact Rugor Bigmaw.
  • Scholar seeks rare supplies: Scholar unable to gather a rat tail due to age, seeks trustworthy agents to gather materials for research. Reward is a priceless heirloom. Contact Khalzor seh S'herssen.
  • Help! Want to earn some quick coin? Scholar seeks rare supplies: Scholar unable to gather eye of newt due to age, seeks trustworthy agents to gather materials for research. Length of job expected to be short. Will pay in gold. Contact Tor Electrobit.
  • Wanted: Lockpick needed for totally legitimate reasons. Guild membership required. Reward is a priceless heirloom. Safety not guaranteed. Contact Tgerm Ironbone.
  • Looking for something new? I have imps in my basement, plz halp! Will reward you with a land deed. Contact Ham Wizzwink.
  • I'm looking for a Transcriber. Need expert to translate runes. Will reward you with valuable information. Accidental Death insurance required. Contact Mickey Stott.

People [-]

The people in Eddypost are accepting of outsiders.

Citizens [-]

The following citizens are worth mentioning:
  • Lat is a male kobold who is known in the region as being a laughably skilled hatmaker. He appears xenophobic.
  • Adanir Bearstone is a male deep dwarf who is known in the neighborhood as being a legendary dyer. He appears pious.
  • Khalzor seh Ghezin is a female lizardfolk who is known in the neighborhood as being a poorly skilled mercer. She appears mopey.
  • Car is a male kobold who is known in the neighborhood as being a mediocre woodcarver. He appears flirtatious.
  • Mordor Forgeriver is a female deep dwarf who is known in that part of town as being a decent barber. She appears accusatory.
  • Tbun Ironrender is a female bugbear who is known in the neighborhood as being a decent porter. She appears vengeful.
  • Zabgu Legcracker is a female bugbear who is known in the world as being a skilled scabbardmaker. She appears nosy.
  • Morkon Wheelhelm is a male deep dwarf who is known in that part of town as being a decent wagoneer. He appears lovelorn.
  • Ghabal Oxbranch is a female ogre who is known in that part of town as being a reasonably skilled interpreter. She appears attentive.

Travelers [-]

The following travelers are worth mentioning:
  • Dav VanBenston, a solemn male half-orc. He is an adept who is following a message from an angel.
  • Yerzor fe Ghezin, a jolly female lizardfolk. She is an expert who is on a mission for diplomacy.
  • Dibunk Legkiller The Gray, a gosipy female orc. She is a commoner who is delivering a message to a merchant.

Locales [-]

Establishments [-]

These establishments worthy of mention in Eddypost:

  • The Randy Heart Work Camp [+]
  • The Wobbly Maiden Lodge [+]
  • The Broken Crate Leatherworks [+]
  • The Short Turkey Shoppe [+]
  • The Fiery Hall Shop [+]
  • The Drinking Friends House [+]
  • The Master Grog Barrels [+]
  • The Guinea Bunk Inc. [+]
  • The Worn Yawning Shrine [+]