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    Default Duskendale, seat of House Darklyn

    House Darklyn of Duskendale
    Lord Davos Darklyn
    Age: 45, 195AC
    Humours: Melancholic - Meticulous, Pessimistic; Sanguine - Sociable
    Traits: Assassin-2, Wealth-3, Charisma-1

    Robin Darklyn
    Age: 24, 216AC
    Humours: Sanguine - Confident, Upbeat; Melancholic - Meticulous
    Traits: Scout-2, Survival-2, Personal Combat-2

    Godry Darklyn
    Age: 19, 221AC
    Humours: Supine - Amiable, Idealistic; Choleric - Bloodthirsty
    Traits: Battle-3, Personal Combat-3

    Lord Davos Darklyn, Lord of Duskendale, born 199AC
    - lady wife, Meredyth Staunton, Lady of Duskendale, born 193AC
    -- children
    --- Robin Darklyn, born 216AC
    --- Annara Darklyn, born 218AC
    --- Ermesande Darklyn, born 220AC
    --- Godry Darklyn, born 221AC
    Retinue and Equipment Retinue: Merchant

    Equipment:
    Building - T1 - Trade Market, Market, Dock, militia, spy, citywatch
    - T2 - trade, market, dock, militia, spy, citywatch
    - T3 - militia, trade, market, dock, spy
    - T4 - militia
    Trade Resource One: timber - small trade market
    Resource Two: taxed - duskendale bonus
    Resource Three: flax - medium trade market
    Resource Four: fish - large trade market
    Resource Five: grain - large market
    Natural Bonuses and Edicts Royal Seat: +5% income
    Major Port: +1 trade lane

    Trade Taxation
    Centralised Authority
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    Military Professional: 0

    Militia: 547 heavy cavalry, 637 light cavalry, 637 heavy infantry, 725 archers, 1,866 polearms
    - Duskendale: 5,700 - 500 heavy cavalry, 500 light cavalry, 500 heavy infantry, 450 archers, 1,500 polearms
    - Brindlewood: 500 - 17 heavy cavalry, 50 light cavalry, 50 heavy infantry, 100 archers, 133 polearms
    - Antlers: 500 - 17 heavy cavalry, 50 light cavalry, 50 heavy infantry, 100 archers, 133 polearms
    - Byrch Hall: 375 - 13 heavy cavalry, 37 light cavalry, 37 heavy infantry, 75 archers, 100 polearms

    Levy: 6,187 light infantry, 2,063 archers
    - Duskendale: 5,500 - 4,125 light infantry, 1,375 archers
    - Brindlewood: 1,000 - 750 light infantry, 250 archers
    - Antlers: 1,000 - 750 light infantry, 250 archers
    - Byrch Hall: 750 - 562 light infantry, 188 archers


    Naval Professional: 0

    Naval Militia: 48 Dromonds, 37 Heavy Galleys, 12 AOR Ships, 12 Grand Warships
    - Duskendale: 2,000 - 24 Dromonds, 12 Heavy Galleys, 6 AOR Ships, 2 Grand Warships
    - Duskendale: 3,450 - 24 Dromonds, 25 Heavy Galleys, 6 AOR Ships, 10 Grand Warships

    Naval Levy: 0
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    Default Re: Duskendale, seat of House Darklyn

    Gentle reminder there is no initial trade resource


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    Default Re: Duskendale, seat of House Darklyn

    A band of hedge-knights and war veterans arrive at Duskendale one morning, leading lame nags and ageing stallions through the town’s gates. After loitering for a few days in the taverns and inns (likely spending whatever coin they have on drink and whores) they make their way up towards the Dun Fort. Their spokesperson, Ser Jon Longwaters, requests to meet with the Lord Darklyn - or a representative - so that they might pledge their swords to him, should he have need of them.

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    Default Re: Duskendale, seat of House Darklyn

    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf. View Post
    A band of hedge-knights and war veterans arrive at Duskendale one morning, leading lame nags and ageing stallions through the town’s gates. After loitering for a few days in the taverns and inns (likely spending whatever coin they have on drink and whores) they make their way up towards the Dun Fort. Their spokesperson, Ser Jon Longwaters, requests to meet with the Lord Darklyn - or a representative - so that they might pledge their swords to him, should he have need of them.
    Bitter from his uncouth rejection from the Vale, Robin Darklyn finds himself presented with the possibility of addressing the sellswords. Though his younger brother clamours for the honour of sitting as their father in his absence, Robin's word is final: they had enough swords about them, too many, if truth be told.

    With both Darklyns relegating themselves to their father's solar, though one went without much conviction, it fell to their father's trusted sword Harys Velvet to tell the sellswords that the household of Darklyn had no more need for men of the sword.

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