CN Large City
Corruption +6; Crime +8; Economy -6; Law -8; Lore +4; Society -7
Qualities insular, notorious, rumormongering citizens Disadvantages anarchy, hunted, impoverished
Danger +60
Government Anarachy
Population 14,200 (82% human, 7% halfling, 4% dwarf, 3% half-orc, 2% gnome, 1% half-elf, 1% other)
Base Value 1,040 gp; Purchase Limit 37,500 gp; Spellcasting 7th
Minor Items 4d4; Medium Items 3d4 (5); Major Items 2d4 (3)

The home of one of the fathers of the revolution, Darl Jubannich (who wrote the damning book On Government which helped start the revolution), Woodsedge has always served as the traditional home for dissident thought and radical philosophies in Galt. Even with the country in its current state, nothing has changed. No matter who, or what, is currently in power you can almost guarantee that the opposition to them will begin in Woodsedge. Any visitor to the city is almost certain to find some sort of dissident movement afoot.

The looted Woodsedge Lodge also stands here, a once-important locale for the Pathfinder Society that was heavily damaged in riots in 4704 AR. Venture-Captain Eliza Petulengro has returned to Galt in an attempt to reclaim the building for her organisation, but her presence is barely tolerated by the locals.

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