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The populace of Westcrown have a wide ranging vocabulary describing people, place and items.


Adel - A small, personal barge

Condottari - "Canal Warden"

Dospera "Despair’s Altar"

Dottari - Chelish city guard

Durotas - A captain of a City Guard

Duxotar - A Commanding officer in a City Guard

Haloran - A staff with a mounted lantern

Pyrahje - Huge lanterns used as street lighting in Westcrown

Parego - "Great region" One of the three major districts of Westcrown

Pripatra - Collective term for the manor houses and noble estates surrounding Westcrown.

Rego - "Region" A region or neighborhood of Westcrown

Rego Aerum -"Tresure Sector"

Rego Corna - "Crown Sector"

Rego Crua - “Blood Sector”

Rego Funda - "Farm Sector"

Rego Patra - see Pripatra

Rego Pena - "Coin Sector"

Rego Sacero - "Priest Sector"

Rego Scripa - "Scribe Sector"

Regicona - "Floating Palace"

Regidottari - "Palace Warden"

Rundottari - "Ruin Warden"

Spera - "Hope’s Altar"

Vira - Estate

Vaneo - Manor

Wiscrani - A item or person pertaining to the city of Westcrown




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House Thrune

The House of Thrune is an ancient noble house in Cheliax whose adherance to the tenets of the philosophy of Diabolism long predates the fall of Aroden. [1] House Thrune took the throne of Cheliax 4640 AR, 34 years after the death of Aroden and after decades of civil war.[2] The treaty of Egorian was signed on the 19th day of Calistril 4620 AR marking the commencement of the rule of House Thrune over Cheliax and its territories. Loyalty day is held each year on the anniversary of the signing the treaty to honor the Thrune Ascendancy. [3]

Much of the history of Cheliax prior to the Thrune Ascendancy has been erased by the agents of House Thrune.[4] New history books are produced monthly and the Order of the Rack have made it their responsibility to ensure that libraries and universities have the most up to date copies, burning the old editions in so called 'clarity pyres'.[5]

The armies of House Thrune are supplemented with the bound denizens of Hell. Other agents of the ruling House include the various orders of Hellknights. [6]Nobles from the House of Thrune regularly enter into dark pacts with infernal agents in return for incredible power. Other noble house have followed House Thrune lead in this practice.[7]

House of Thrune and the Line of Succession

There is no law to limit the line of succession in the ruling House of Thrune and a number of internal factions and clans within the house scheme and manouver for power seeking to place there chosen candidate upon the throne.[8]

Previous monarchs from the House of Thrune

  • Abrogail I (death by regicide)
  • Antonius (death by poison)
  • Terthule
  • Carellia (death by drowning)
  • Infrexus (death by drowning)
  • Abrogail Thrune II (current Infernal Magestrix of Cheliax)


References

  1. Erik Mona et al. (2008). Campaign Setting, p. 68. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-112-1
  2. Erik Mona et al. (2008). Campaign Setting, p. 68. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-112-1
  3. Jonathan H. Keith, Colin McComb, Steven E. Schend, Leandra Christine Schneider, and Amber E. Scott. (2009). Cheliax, Empire of Devils, p. 16. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-191-6
  4. Jonathan H. Keith, Colin McComb, Steven E. Schend, Leandra Christine Schneider, and Amber E. Scott. (2009). Cheliax, Empire of Devils, p. 16. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-191-6
  5. Steven Schend. (2009). Westcrown. The Bastards of Erebus, p. 58. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-190-9
  6. Erik Mona et al. (2008). Campaign Setting, p. 68. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-112-1
  7. Erik Mona et al. (2008). Campaign Setting, p. 68. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-112-1
  8. Jonathan H. Keith, Colin McComb, Steven E. Schend, Leandra Christine Schneider, and Amber E. Scott. (2009). Cheliax, Empire of Devils, p. 16. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-191-6