Alinsport

Alinsport is a large town on the Kohnnash river in the free state of Whitehaven. In addition to being a trading port, there are at least three mills on the river and a the town is supported by a large agricultural base. There are three noble families whose members constitute the area’s major landowners: House Enfield, House Gruun, and House Marazs. Representatives of those families form the town council which manages the affairs of Alinsport. Also on the council are the head of the Merchant’s Guild, the captain of the local Garrison, and the Reeve, who is elected by the nobles.

The Kohnnash is navigable by barge below Alinsport’s river port. Upriver of the port is Oak Falls where the mills are located, and beyond that the river becomes much shallower and there are numerous small waterfalls, making it only passable by Canoe. As a result, the river port at Alinsport serves a number of inland communities with goods that come up from Guildtown on the Bay.

The westernmost settlements of Alinsport are just south of the river near a tributary of the Kohnnash called Smoky Creek. A Pacedonian noble named Birgen has been given a land Grant in that area, which will be settled sometime in the near future. (Copy of Birgen’s Land Grant)

Because of the threat of war with Prophanis, a wood and earth palisade wall has been constructed around the main part of the town, and further fortifications are planned.

LOCAL RESOURCES:

The apothecary run by Gaeseric

The Wine Merchant

Kristian’s Mercantile

NEAREST SETTLEMENTS:

Guildtown downriver on Delos Bay

Oak Falls upriver of town is just a collections of farms and a couple of mills owned by Lord Gruun.

Oakhaven, a smaller farming community upriver on the Kohnnash.

Blackwall, about 75 miles to the south. Its keep marks the border between Whitehaven and Prophanis

Greenfields is 80 miles north along the road near the Broken Coast. Continuing along the north road eventually brings one to Flavia’s Port, the capitol of Whitehaven.

Alinsport

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