Tales of the Northern March
Large apple orchards surround the village and its residents raise some of the finest pigs in the glen. Forty stout halfling families live here in wattle-and-daub houses with thatch roofs. There is a mill, a curing house, a barn, and a bakery. Ettins raiding from the hills to the north are a common occurrence. They keep a few ponies for pulling carts.
They trade apples and pigs for grain.
The reeve is a stout halfling named Gwendolyn Stormrest, who was elected by the villagers. She is an old priestess of Fulla with a knack for weather prediction.
Applebottom is known for cider and sausages. They raise a lot of pigs, as well as some chickens and geese. They also have quince trees and make preserves.
- Lard (1 lb): 1 groat
- Pork (1 lb): 9 farthings
- Pork, bacon (1 lb): 2 pence
- Pork, ham (1 lb): 4 pence
- Pork, loin (1 lb): 6 pence
- Pork, smoked (1 lb): 7 pence
- Pork, suckling pig: 5 shillings
- Apples (1 bu): 7 pence
- Cider, fresh (1 pt): 1 farthing
- Cider (1 pt): 3 farthings