|Demographics||17,993 Humans, 2,043 dwarves, 1,135 halflings, 681 elves, 400 half-elves, 254 gnomes, 200 half-orcs, 54 other|
|Ruler||Mayor Elsbet Regere|
Source: Andoran, Birthplace of Freedom, pg(s). 19-20
Oregent (pronounced OHR-eh-gehnt) is a city in central Andoran that can be found south of the region known as Darkmoon Vale. It is home to the Lumber Consortium, and acts as a gateway for traffic both to and from the Vale.
The massive earthquakes of 4410 AR (which reopened the Candlestone Caverns) also struck Oregent, leading to widespread damage. The region continues to suffer from small shocks to this day, with damage evident on many of the town's structures.
Oregent is located in central Andoran, south of the town of Olfden. Its proximity to a silver mine and several streams allow the city's tradesmen access to the raw materials required for the settlement's production of glass and silver goods. The city contains numerous bell towers used to warn of earthquakes and to send coded messages or warnings.
The government of Oregent considers the city a friend to Darkmoon Vale and its settlements to the north. Both people and information pass through the city as they travel through region, much of latter being altered by the Lumber Consortium in order to reflect on the company in a positive manner.
Oregent is home to the headquarters of the Lumber Consortium, the company holding the rights to most of the lumber produced in Andoran, and much of the company's industrial facilities. The city is also known for its production of glassware and silverware.
In Absalom, ships from Oregent must prove they have glassware or silverware to sell, and no wooden goods, otherwise they pay a 100% tariff on all goods sold from the ship. Lord Gyr has put this restriction himself.
- See also: Category:Oregent/Inhabitants
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