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  • Ubersreik

    _"In all my travels about the empire, I have stayed in numerous towns, villages, cities, hamlets, thorps, settlements and whatever other word people can come up with to descibe a place where people live together. Indeed ubersreik has been among them. And …

  • Red Moon Inn

    The Red Moon Inn can be found on the Ubersreik waterfront, easily reached by road or from the River Teufel. The main floor is stone, with a half-timbered upper …

  • Rugger's Boarding House

    This half timbered building stands at the northern end of the bridge facing onto Böganhafen road. It is two stories high, and a sign outside bears a picture of a bed for the benefit of patrons who can't read. The lower floor consists of a small kitchen, a …

  • History of Ubersreik

    _(Available to anyone with education trained that can use a library. Your average Elf, Dwarf or student of folklore might know smatterings of this as well, depending how long they've been living in the area.)_ According to local tradition, [[Ubersreik …

  • Metal Workers Guild

    The Headquaters of the Metalworker's Guild stands on the north street a little way off the Bögenhafen Road, at the heart of a small cluster of forges and workshops. Like most of the surrounding buildings, it is a single story stone structure, stained with …

  • The Bridge

    The Bridge over the River Teufel is a solid stone structure built during the time of Magnus the Pious like the town walls. It is wide enough to accomodate two streams of carts or coaches and inscribed with dwarf runes of strength and stability. …

  • The Boatmens Guild

    The Boatman's Guild is a converted warehouse a short way from the bridge, facing the customs house across the river. The Boatman's Guild is affiliated with the guild houses in [[Auerswald | Auerswald]], Kemperbad and [[Altdorf | Altdorf]], and work's with …

  • The Emperor's Rest Hostel

    This imposing building stands at the northern end of the Osterstrasse, and caters to 'discriminating visitors of quality'. It charges between 5 to 10 gold coins per night for it's lavish accommodations. In recent weeks it has seen a small boom in trade as …

  • Madame Beaumarteau's

    The Stone facade of this long, low shoppe is carved with traditional masks by dwarven artisans, making it stand out even in the relatively elegant surroundings of the Osterstrasse. It is Ubersreik's premier boutique for the sale of costumes of all sorts, …

  • The Gates

    The East and West Gates are each wide enough for two carts to pass through side by side. They are flanked by towers, and the iron-bound oak gates (one on the outside of the gate, one on the inside) are each supported by a stout portcullis for additional …

  • The River Towers

    The River Towers are smaller than the gates, but each holds a dozen archers and is equipped with a mortar on the roof to rain down fire on attacking boats. The lowest storey of each tower contains a winch house; each pair of towers can raise a huge chain …

  • The Old Bauer House

    This medium-sized house has become an Ubersreik landmark over the last few weeks. Lorith silver-leaf, a high elf envoy from Marienburg, arrived in Ubersreik about a month ago, and has taken up temporary residence in the Old Bauer house. Lorith has had the …

  • The Temple of Verena

    The Temple of Verena stands at the south-east corner of the square close to both the temple of Sigmar and the town hall. It is attended regularily by members of the town council and the staff of the court. Behind the temple stands a single storey library …

  • The Town Hall

    [[Ubersreik | Ubersreik's]] town hall is an imposing two-storey stone building that stretches almost the full length of the market square's north side. It includes the noble's court, where the council now sits, and a small-underground jail administered by …

  • Wizards Way

    A street at the easten end of the district, officially galled Graf Otto Strasse, is better known as Wizards' Way, and is home to a small Grey Wizard tower, shrouded in swirling shadows, as well as a number of shoppes dealing with magical ingrediants and …

  • The Axe and Hammer Inn

    This low-roofed stone building has two levels - one above ground and one below. The ground floor is a tavern where all are welcome, although dwarfs comprise the bulk of the clientele. Some of the townsfolk jokingly refer to it as the "dwarf embassy" …

  • The Temple of Sigmar

    The temple of [[Sigmar | Sigmar]] was rebuilt in the reign of Magnus the pious. It is the largest temple in the town, with a pillared facade and enough space inside for more than three hundred worshippers. The temple's high priest is Gunther Emming, a …

  • The Temple of Shallya

    The Temple of Shallya stands behind the [[The Temple of Verena | Temple of Verena]] and across the street from the [[The Physicians Guild | Physicians' Guild]]. Thanks to a number of recent donations from visiting nobles, it is currently in the process of …

  • Borgun's Brewery

    Located behin the Axe and Hammer, Borgun's Brewery is a small but busy establishment run by Borgun Foambeard, who claims to be a distant cousin of the reknowned dwarf brewer Joseph Bugman. Borgun's Brewery supplies many of the better taverns in town with …

  • The Sewers

    Ubersreik's sewers discharge into the River Teufel through two iron-grated stone culverts set into the riverbank about a hundred yards downstream of the town. The arterial sewers run beneath the Bögenhafen and Dunkleburg roads, making a dog-leg after they …

  • Bridge House

    A modest two-storey stone building, Bridge House is only a hundred feet or so from the dwarf made bridge and features a number of excellent views of the structure from its upper floor. It has a generous courtyard and coach house and is a favourite …

  • The Physicians Guild

    A few buildings away from the Temple of Shallya stands the Physician's Guild, a modest but well-appointed building with a stone lower storey and a half-timbered upper floor. The guild in [[Ubersreik]] has only three members - Physicians Otto Krupp, …

  • Lord Rickard Aschaffenberg

    Aschaffenberg is a gregarious and generous man and, despite appearances, tries to take the responsibilities of his class seriously. He believes in the inherent superiority of the aristocracy. Although only a minor noble, Lord Aschaffenberg is still a …

  • Baron Manfred Von Holzenaur

    Baron Manfred is the third son of the von Holzenauers family, whose lands were lost during wars against the vampire counts generations ago. Since that time, they have been landless, surviving on the charity of other nobles and joining any army that will …

  • Ludmilla Von Bruner

    [[:lord-aschaffenberg | Lord Aschaffenburg]]'s voluptuous wife. Daughter of Lord Heinrich von Bruner, Ubersreik's magistrate. Currently in Ubersreik until Grunewald Lodge is renovated to the high standard of living befitting her station. Outwardly genial, …

  • Greyseer Rasknitt

    Recently, [[:steffan-hell | Herr Hell]] revealed that The Chemist was likely Rasknitt, a Skaven Greyseer, one of the powerful priest caste of the skaven race, that has recently been using Hell's information network to activate nescient circles of chaos …

  • Vern Hendrick

    Vern's father served the Aschaffenbergs, as his father did before him. Loyal and trustworthy to a T, he can still be haughty and dismissive every now and then, epsecially to those he thinks are beneath him, or wasting his or his master's time. While he …

  • Sigmund Wurst

    Originally a carpenter from Bögenhafen, where he no doubt crossed paths with the von Saponatheims, Sigmund was drawn to Auerswald after the Great Fire, due to the large amount of work available for people in his trade. When not helping to construct …

  • Olga Von Jungfreud

    [[:graf-siegfried-von-saponathiem | Graf Siegfried's]] formiddable mother, Olga wants nothing less than the best for her son. She is every bit as ambitious and at least as cunning as Graf Siegfried, and not at all afraid to hide behind her status as an …

  • Andrea Pfeffer

    Pfeffer has been commander of the watch for several years, thanks in part to her no nonsense attitude, zero-tolerance policies and her aptitude for violence. Despite her rough demeanour, or perhaps because of it, she has the loyalty of the men under her …

  • Kate Kueper

    Kate Kueper doesn't like to talk about her past. Something happened that made her join the priesthood, perhaps related to her abhorence of black-powder weapons. Few have questioned her though, it has always been enough to know she was there. A magestic …

  • Lord Heissman Von Bruner

    As the head of the disgraced Von Bruner family, most of Lord Heissman times seems to have be being spent on damage control after the recent exposure of a family member as a worshipper of Chaos, albeit one from a minor branch or the Von Bruner line. Lord …

  • Bigby Blayse

    A brilliant pyromancer, but for the most part stern and unfathomable. Said to be one of a number of wizards who could take over as Patricarch of the Bright Order after Thyrus Gorman, Bigby Blayse is the only one who hasn't attained the rank of wizard lord …