Tristoc

The city of Tristoc is the capital of Vallonde and covers an area of approximately 198 acres, with a total population of 12 thousand people.

by Trade
Bakers 23 Coopers 22 Locksmiths 8 Saddlers 17
Barbers 30 Copyists 5 Magic Shops 3 Scabbardmakers 22
Bathers 8 Cutlers 5 Maidservants 19 Sculptors 3
Beer-sellers 7 Doctors 4 Masons 17 Shoemakers 47
Blacksmiths 7 Fishmongers 6 Mercers 6 Spice Merchants 13
Bleachers 6 Furriers 32 Old Clothes 33 Tailors 71
Bookbinders 6 Glovemakers 4 Painters 10 Tanners 7
Booksellers 2 Harness-makers 3 Pastrycooks 27 Taverns 19
Buckle Makers 10 Hatmakers 16 Plasterers 13 Watercarriers 22
Butchers 9 Hay Merchants 7 Pursemakers 5 Weavers 29
Carpenters 32 Illuminators 2 Roofers 9 Wine-sellers 19
Chandlers 15 Inns 5 Ropemakers 9 Woodcarvers 2
Chicken Butchers 12 Jewelers 46 Rugmakers 3 Woodsellers 2

Other
The city has 91 noble houses. The peace is kept by 65 guardsmen, and there are 21 advocates to assist with legal matters. For those more concerned about their soul, there are 339 clergymen and 16 priests.

Vallonde is ruled by King Bart [CN] who wants an alliance with Genovia. Sir Dèvon, one of the great knights of Cabel, wishes to marry Princess Saelbella, though he ended up marrying someone else. Their symbol is the Bear, __KGrHqYOKo8FGsqeq_4lBRuoZ_cfwg__60_35.JPG representing the bears commonly found in both the western forest and the nearby mountain ranges.

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