Oleg’s Trading Post

The Associates arrived at Oleg’s Trading Post on the first day of their journey (Pharast 1, 4710)  and were warmly welcomed by it’s owners, Oleg and Svetlana Leveton, when they told the couple that they had arrived to help fight off the local banditry.

Oleg’s Trading Post is located at the southern edge of Rostland (and thus Brevoy). To the south, the green line of the Narlmarches looms only a few miles away. Owned and operated by a stern and somewhat unimaginative man named Oleg Leveton and his wife Svetlana Leveton, the trading post’s remote location and inconvenient distance from a major river has prevented it from realizing significant financial success.

The trading post is surrounded by a wooden palisade that stands 10 feet high. At each corner of the palisade are 20-foot square watchtowers, each armed with a run-down catapult left over from the site’s original use as a border fort.  There’s one entrance through the palisade—a 30-foot-wide wooden gate.

Accommodations

The trading post has a guesthouse with 4 reasonably comfortable beds , as well as a well-tended stable where travelers’ horses are fed and washed. These services to any weary traveler, trapper or trader who wishes to stay the night for a fee of 7 Silver a night. However, the Associates can use these services for free, thanks to their help with fending away the bandits. As well, Oleg will happily buy anything of value the Associates bring him from their adventures, and sell them his growing supply of useful items. If the value of an item they bring exceeds the coin he has on hand, or they ask for a specialty item he doesn’t have in stock, Oleg can order either from Restov to be delivered within the week.

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