Duelist Chapterhouse

Freiburg’s rough-and-tumble nature makes the presence of the Swordsman’s Guild a virtual necessity. They have set up shop in this small square in an effort to regulate the duels taking place in the city. The results have been less than encouraging. Technically, any visiting Swordsman must check in to the Chapterhouse and announces his presence. In practical terms, however, Swordsmen pretty much come and go as they please and unsanctioned duels take place here with frightening regularity (duels are legal in Freiburg, unlike most places in Theah.  Coupled with pressure from the Vendel League and Freiburg’s general unruliness, it makes the task of “regulation” almost impossible.

Despite that, the Guild has still found it worthwhile to maintain a presence in Freiburg. Countless local clients desire their services and enough Swordsmen care about protocol to check in regularly. The buildings hold several offices, a small dorm for members, and even training facilities in the central square. The Guild employs several full-time clerks to make sure the books stay balanced. A governing council comprised of one member from each of the six principal swordsman schools (detailed in the Players’ Guide) makes all decisions affecting the chapter as a whole. Most of their duties consist of collecting fees from customers and ensuring that visiting Swordsmen adhere to the Guild’s rules. They also train apprentices in their spare time and keep an eye out for potential members amid the city’s teeming masses.Freiburg’s rough-and-tumble nature makes the presence of the Swordsman’s Guild a virtual necessity. They have set up shop in this small square in an effort to regulate the duels taking place in the city. The results have been less than encouraging. Technically, any visiting Swordsman must check in to the Chapterhouse and announces his presence. In practical terms, however, Swordsmen pretty much come and go as they please and unsanctioned duels take place here with frightening regularity (duels are legal in Freiburg, unlike most places in Theah.  Coupled with pressure from the Vendel League and Freiburg’s general unruliness, it makes the task of “regulation” almost impossible. Despite that, the Guild has still found it worthwhile to maintain a presence in Freiburg. Countless local clients desire their services and enough Swordsmen care about protocol to check in regularly. The buildings hold several offices, a small dorm for members, and even training facilities in the central square. The Guild employs several full-time clerks to make sure the books stay balanced. A governing council comprised of one member from each of the six principal swordsman schools (detailed in the Players’ Guide) makes all decisions affecting the chapter as a whole. Most of their duties consist of collecting fees from customers and ensuring that visiting Swordsmen adhere to the Guild’s rules. They also train apprentices in their spare time and keep an eye out for potential members amid the city’s teeming masses.

Duelist Chapterhouse

The Baron Drachenheim and His *DELETED* Ladies. J_Nolds