This article contains spoilers for the following products: Tomorrow Must Burn

Sunset Imports

From PathfinderWiki

Spoiler.svg This page contains spoilers for the following products: Tomorrow Must Burn.
You can disable this banner in your personal preferences.
Sunset Imports is a harborfront import house in Kintargo that was among the city's wealthiest companies until losing its contracts with House Thrune in 4715 AR.12 Its fortunes have improved as of 4724 AR due to its role in fostering trade with the distant continent of Arcadia.3

Business

The fortunes of Sunset Imports and its owner Sedranni Vashnarstill were long built around a contract from House Thrune importing goods from Cheliax's colony of Anchor's End in distant Arcadia. However, this contract was revoked and moved to another importer in the southern city of Corentyn.12

After the secession Ravounel from Cheliax, Vashnarstill tried to negotiate an exclusive contract with the ruling Silver Council by staging lavish events, but the more pragmatic and libertarian council sought to foster competition instead of exclusivity and shunned her Chelish-style pageantry as unfashionable and unpatriotic. Out of desperation, she then turned to dealing in secret with the criminal Scarlet Triad ca. 4719 AR.2

The Triad murdered most of her employees, however, and it took several years for Vashnarstill to rebuild the business with its now tainted reputation. By 4724 AR it had regained a prominent role in Arcadian trade, in part to the efforts of Sedranni's father Sendi Vashnarstill,4 which once again has caused its business to quickly regrow to new heights.5

Structure

Sunset Imports operates from a 10,800-square-foot rectangular warehouse with a facade of stone streaked with silver, 25-foot ceilings, and lantern lighting. Its main entrance is a 15-foot door on its western side that opens into a luxurious showroom. Three loading piers extend from the warehouse into the Yolubilis Harbor.2

References

For additional as-yet unincorporated sources about this subject, see the Meta page.

  1. 1.0 1.1 Crystal Frasier. Kintargo” in In Hell's Bright Shadow, 70. Paizo Inc., 2015
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Ron Lundeen & Stephanie Lundeen. “Tomorrow Must Burn” in Tomorrow Must Burn, 28–29. Paizo Inc., 2019
  3. James Jacobs. “Kintargo at a Glance” in Curtain Call Player's Guide, 20. Paizo Inc., 2024
  4. James Jacobs. “Notable Locals” in Curtain Call Player's Guide, 17. Paizo Inc., 2024
  5. James Jacobs. “Kintargo at a Glance” in Curtain Call Player's Guide, 19–20. Paizo Inc., 2024