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Location : County of Midgard
A small lost village, Aerondelh is not unknown to all.
Indeed, this small village forges all sorts of weapons and armors since immemorial time, their unique know-how being transmitted from father/mother to son/daughter (because the village does not limit the blacksmith profession to men ...). This city is a real paradise for minerals trading, weapons, armors, and all that requires metal work. The miners and blacksmiths are privileged: security, taxes decreased, help in setting up their businesses ... Of course, other jobs are not neglected.
The guilds, even unrelated to metal, are all welcome to Aerondelh. The creation and maintenance of the guilds are particularly sustained.
Lone wolves are also welcome, you want to become adventurer, lumberjacks, shopkeeper, cook ... There will always a place to welcome you !
Even adventurers wishing to travel can consider Aerondelh as their home city, and thus benefit from low-cost housing.
Justice is something very important to Aerondelh, no crime goes unpunished.
Crimes and offenses are judged by gravity, mayor or council. The penalty can range from a fine or a sentence to imprisonment or even death.
The council consists of the mayor and three citizens ( at least, the number of citizens must be an odd number up to a maximum of 9 ) chosen by the village, mayor's vote counts for two so that there is no equality possible.
In the case of an urgent council, it is possible to carry out the council with only two citizens, in this case mayor's vote counts only for one.
Coat of arms of Aerondelh
The coat of arms of Aerondelh is represented by a gray Swallow on a blue French shield adorned with a large black chevron between two white chevrons.
The symbolism of the coat of arms can be interpreted differently according to the cultures and beliefs, but the best known meaning is that this coat of arms represents the freedom and iron will of its inhabitants. The swallow representing loyalty and freedom, the swallow's color reminiscent of iron: raw material and symbolic of the village, the black representing the patience, the white for purity and blue representing wisdom and justice.