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Sandpoint Glassworks

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Sandpoint Glassworks was one of the oldest industries in Sandpoint, dating back to 4665 AR,1 when the Kaijitsu family was one of Sandpoint's co-founders who had organized in the Sandpoint Mercantile League.2 With methods learned and refined in Tian Xia, the Sandpoint Glassworks were widely renowned for the high quality of their products, which were demanded even outside of Varisia's boundaries.1

However, the Glasswords were abandoned and fell into disrepair after the death of Lonjiku Kaijitsu, who was killed and mutilated by goblins and encased in glass. He rose as a ghost after his traumatic death and has haunted the Glassworks since.34


The Glassworks, located at 10 Glass Street,5 is a large stone building combining the actual factory with a shop in which potential customers could examine the wares before buying them. Glass-made items of all sorts were available. When in operation, large plumes of smoke came out of the massive furnace chimney.1

Notable persons

Until 4707 AR, Lonjiku Kaijitsu had been the owner of the Glassworks. Since his wife's death in 4702 AR and after a heavy dispute with his bastard son Tsuto, he developed a misanthropic streak. His daughter Ameiko is the owner of The Rusty Dragon. She had tried but failed to reconcile her father and brother.

After Lonjiku's and Tsuto's deaths in 4707 AR, Ameiko inherited the Glassworks1 but closed it down, as she preferred to focus on the Rusty Dragon and was frustrated by the rumours that the Glassworks were haunted by the ghosts of the goblins' victims.6

Ameiko left Sandpoint in 4711 AR to become Empress of Minkai, and save for Lonjiku's ghost—who never manifested when Ameiko was present—the Glassworks have been abandoned since.34 The Glassworks are also haunted by goblins who died during the raid.7