The guards who spend their working lives behind the walls of the Paul and Peter Fortress, watching over the scum of society so that you don’t have to.
30 musicians to entertain at balls, taverns, and other social gatherings.
Those other lists of 30
Thirty princes. Sons of kings, rescuers of princesses. Or something like that.
The definition of a Henchman: a man who really knows his away around a hench.
Yet another list of 30, this time fiendish foes, vile villians, and and dastardly do-badders.
30 Druids of the Teufel-GrÃƒÂ¼n Forest
30 Mostly Maddening Merchants
God forbid that I should go to any Heaven where there are no horses.
- R. B. Cunninghame-Graham
The Sorcery Springs Geyser Basin is a place of bubbling magical water, as every individual spring or pool has it’s own magical power. It is a place of great wonder and for the careless, great danger too.
What happens? Are you kidding me?
Mercenaries and bounty hunters? We don’t need the help of scum like that.
30 Guards, who in peacetime patrol the Palace and in wartime are the Royal Bodyguards and the King’s last defence.
30 mystical imps to perch upon your wizard’s shoulder and whisper the secrets of magic and the universe.
You find yourself captured by Goblins. (We won’t ask, we know it is embarassing.) Looking for your escape, you begin to watch the Goblins. Suprisingly, they are a fairly complex bunch.
A list of thirty aristocrats, ready to be dropped in the king’s court, the ball, or what have you.
The grim and often belligerent denizens of the Grand Duchy of Nyir
Some of the inhabitants of Pier Point Prison-the bad, mad and the downright sad.
‘That’s a nice tunic you’ve got there, I think I’ll take it…’
Marv, the Brigand
Vagrants, vagabonds, gaberlunzies, gypsies, thieves, beggars and more, presenting a list of 30 of the downtrodden and desperate.
In the inaccessible plateau of Hor-Nushan, there was always little crime. But in late autumn comes a maddening wind, that can drive the best man crazy, if only for a short time, make him turn on himself or others. For murder, the locals have devised a special punishment: the murderer has to dig a well for the family of his victim. The area is very dry, and having a good well is a source of wealth and prestige. In this way, the murderer atones for his deed and repays the family; perhaps they even find peace.