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Domain News

Pre-campaign

  • Sultan of Jumlat orders that Mahnaz the mine operator gets a place on the village council of Safaq
  • Disappearances of divers and boat in the pearl banks near both Gana and Jumlat
  • Zulmat, "the darkness", killing spree in Jumlat
  • Holy Slayers of the Grey Fire made a failed assassination attempt on the sultan of Sikak

See more in The Adventurer's Guide to Zakhara

1494, Taraq

  • In Safaq, Gufsha was convicted of necromancy.
  • In Safaq, some smugglers were arrested.
  • Out of the desert a swarm of skeletons came wandering. They attacked Gana. But they were defeated by Gana's flying rocs.
  • Sauhagin raided Jumlat! They killed hundreds of askari before being killed.
  • Mamluks came to clear up some sinners in Gana. But Gana's flying rocs ate them.
  • Gana send their flying roc to eradicate a band of thieves, camping in the wilderness near Ta'am.
  • Jumlat started recruiting replacement askari. So far no progress. They have 9000 soldiers but want to get back up to 10000.
  • Rumor: weird smell under The Empty Net tavern
  • Rumor: missing people in house at 34.

1494, Masta

  • In Safaq, a group of fishers harrassed Mahnaz and asked her to shut down her mine and leave town. She refused.
  • In Safaq, Fritz, an alchemist, was convicted of reckless use of alchemical vapors and sentenced to exile, in spite of having legal papers signed by the sultan of Jumlat.
  • The city of Gana returned the flying roc to home base.
  • Jumlat recruited 300 askari. Still looking to recruit 700 more to get back up to 10000.
  • Pirates tried to raid Gana but were defeated by their askari.
  • Mamluks of the wanderers came to raze the town of Safaq because of rumors of a Q'xetl cult there. They were killed by the town guard.
  • Rumor: Smugglers trying to sell weapons to the lizardfolk nest at Dunwa.
  • In Safaq, Abu Kha'ad Sa'mee al-Hiyq, a local nakhuda of a fleet of three fishingboats was arrested, by his own testimony (but he made his saves in the Zone of Truth) framed for smuggling by the man in white clothes and red sash and turban.