Adventures in Ledevic
For the key to this map, please see the Ledevic Map.
Ledevic represents the best and the worst of the Regija Coast. It holds wealth, poverty, business, crime, trade, magic, intrigue. But above it all, Ledevic is distinctly unique.
Sitting on the western edge of Lake Jezero, Ledevic’s main role is as a lifeline along the river cities and as between the Coast and the neighboring kingdom of Arthuria, to the north. In this capacity, it has surprisingly few trading companies of its own, instead serving as the largest of stopovers on the Arthurian River.
Like most cities in the Regija region, Ledevic is largely self-governing, electing its own Governor every three years and its own City Council, an advising and semi-legislative body, every four years. There are no term limits on Governorship, but no individual may be on the Council for more than twenty total years. Despite its independence, however, Ledevic does pay a minor annual tribute to the metropolitan Illuskarn to the south. This is made up for by the regular trade headed for Illuskarn that passes through Lake Jezero and, by association, Ledevic. Still, few stay in Ledevic for long; it is simply a stop on the way to much larger trading hubs.
Governor: Entyrion Alseks
Guard-Captain: Gerard Mighteye
Prison-Warden: Thraks Hellarm
Harbormaster: Norian Halldrink
Priest of Allmeets: Gentra Miklear
Every year in the fall, the citizens of Ledevic hold a large, three-day Lakelight Festival, celebrating the story of star-crossed lovers, whose tears filled the lake from a mere pond to the horizon-spanning size it is today. The first day of the Festival, known as the Day of Connections is the rough equivalent to Valentine’s Day, a day for romance and spur-of-the-moment actions. The second, the Day of Prosperity is for dancing, mingling, and polite revelry. The third day, the Day of Sincerity is for, of course, regular revelry, ending with a grand masquerade gala and a play celebrating the true intent of the festival: the story of star-crossed lovers, whose tears filled the lake from a mere pond to the horizon-spanning size it is today.