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The estate of Treaclerun is home to the ruler of Kazuhn Prefecture, the Grand Duchess Mellea Denzarni, and is named for the decadent parties her ancestors used to throw there: parties where fountains of honey flowed like water. While appearing as little more than a hedonistic hunting lodge to escape from the strife of Taldan politics, in reality, Treaclerun has a bloody history. Serving as the breadbasket of Taldor's capital, Oppara, rulership of Kazuhn has generally fallen to only the most ruthless of Taldor's power players. The estate serves as a discrete location for shady deeds and sinister schemes. Almost every noble estate in Taldor boasts a handful of ghost stories associated with it, Treaclerun is a rare exception: no lingering spectres haunt its ground. Rumour has it this is due to some strange but deliberate quirk of the estate's design.1


  1. Mark Moreland, et al. “Gazetteer” in Taldor, the First Empire, 19. Paizo Inc., 2017