There are pockets of civilization along the Lost
Coast. Traditional Varisian camp sites can
be found in nearly every gulch and hollow
along the cliff-lined reaches , and lonely houses sit
upon bluffs now and then-domiciles for eccentrics
or the rich seeking a bit of peace far from the bustle
of Magnimar’s streets . Roadside inns grace the Lost
Coast road every 24 miles or so, placed by virtue of the
distance most travelers can walk given a day’s travel.
Low stone shrines to Desna, goddess of wanderers and
patron of the Varisians, give further opportunities for
shelter should one of the all-too – common rainstorms
catch travelers unaware . Given time, any of the s e seeds
of civilization could bloom into a full- grown town,
or even a city. It’s happened once already, along the
shores of a natural harbor nestled among the cliffs
some so miles northeast of Magnimar. What was once
a larger-than-normal Varisian camp site in the shadow
of an ancient ruined tower has become the Lost Coast’s
largest town: Sandpoint , the Light of the Lost Coast.

NG small town
Corruption +0; Crime +0; Economy +1; Law +0; Lore +2; Society +0
Qualities prosperous, rumormongering citizens
Danger + O
Government autocracy (mayor)
Population 1,240 (1,116 humans, 37 halflings, 25 elves, 24 dwarves,
13 gnomes, 13 half-elves, 12 half-orcs)
Notable N PCs
Kendra Deverin, mayor (NG female human aristocrat 4/expert 3)
Belor Hemlock, sheriff (CG human male fighter 4)
Abstalar Zantus, town priest (CG male human cleric of Desna 4)
Titus Scarnetti, noble (LN male human aristocrat 6)
Ethram Valdemar, noble (NG male human aristocrat 5/expert 2)
Ameiko Kaijitsu, owner of Rusty Dragon (CG female human
aristocrat 1/bard 3/rogue 1)
Shalelu Andosana, local ranger (CG female elf fighter 2/
ranger 4)
Brodert Quink, Thassilonian expert (NG male human expert 7 )
Base Value 1,300 gp; Purchase Limit 7,500 gp; Spellcasting 4th
Minor Items 3d4’.’; Medium Items 1d6*; Major Items ,.,
Additional specific magic items for sale in Sandpoint are
detailed in the pages that follow. Every month, roll 3d4 to
see how many new minor items are for sale, and 1d6 to see
how many new medium items are for sale. Healing items
that might be offered by the Sandpoint Cathedral or other
individuals do not count against these limits.


Sandpoint’s History

The Late Unpleasantness


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