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'''Raketooth''' is the second largest port on [[Shark Island]] in the [[Shackles]]. It is a dreary settlement specializing in pilfered luxury wares that usually are sold in [[Motaku Isle]] or to the few non-[[slavery|slaver]] merchants who come to Shark Island. Raketooth doesn't often have difficulties with the [[sahuagin]]s that plague the island. The [[pirate lord]]s of Raketooth, [[Mauril Breakwater]] and "Baron" [[Venigo Palpathe]], maintain the relative peace of the town by providing tribute to the nearby sahuagin tribes.<ref>{{cite book/Isles of the Shackles|13}}</ref>
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'''Raketooth''' is the second largest port on [[Shark Island]] in the [[Shackles]]. It is a dreary settlement specializing in pilfered luxury wares that usually are sold in [[Motaku Isle]] or to the few non-[[slavery|slaver]] merchants who come to Shark Island. Raketooth doesn't often have difficulties with the [[sahuagin]] that plague the island. The [[pirate lord]]s of Raketooth, [[Mauril Breakwater]] and "Baron" [[Venigo Palpathe]], maintain the relative peace of the town by providing tribute to the nearby sahuagin tribes.<ref>{{cite book/Isles of the Shackles|13}}</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:18, 3 December 2019

Raketooth
(City)
Nation The Shackles
Region Shark Island
Size Small town
Population 1,275
Ruler Mauril Breakwater, Venigo Palpathe

Source: Isles of the Shackles, pg(s). 12

Raketooth is the second largest port on Shark Island in the Shackles. It is a dreary settlement specializing in pilfered luxury wares that usually are sold in Motaku Isle or to the few non-slaver merchants who come to Shark Island. Raketooth doesn't often have difficulties with the sahuagin that plague the island. The pirate lords of Raketooth, Mauril Breakwater and "Baron" Venigo Palpathe, maintain the relative peace of the town by providing tribute to the nearby sahuagin tribes.[1]

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