Tales of the Northern March
This village sits in the fork where Eel Creek meets the Rose River and near a broad ford of the latter. It is composed of forty wattle-and-daub houses containing stout halfling families, a mill, a barn, a blacksmith, and a communal bakery. A warren sits on the outskirts of town. Its residents are farmers and keep shepherd dogs and ponies.
They trade grain and wine but are generally self-sufficient. They also breed ponies, which are sold to farmers and merchants throughout the Glen.
The reeve is a stout halfling named Llewelyn Thistlebriar. His mother, Winnifred, is the village elder.
The villagers raise pigs, sheep, rabbits, chickens, and geese. They drink ale and dandelion wine.
- Dandelion wine (1 gal): 5 pence
- Barley (1 bu): 25 pence
- Oats (1 bu): 2 groats
- Rye (1 bu): 15 pence
- Pony: 4 crowns
- Wheat (1 bu): 4 groats