The Shattered Lands
Gold lettering on the windows fl anking the
sturdy oak door simply say “Belugar’s,” clearly
expecting everyone to know what sort of shop this
is. Th e shop itself is in excellent repair, with its
bright green paint and yellow trim a stark contrast
to the graying buildings hovering around it.
Only special, exotic items
are sold here and usually only by special request.
While many in Belugar’s profession are referred
to as “smugglers” or “fences,” Belugar likes to think
of himself as an “acquisitions agent.” A thriving
business in the standard luxury items such
as rare tobaccos, fi ne wines, and powerful
liquors, helps cover his illicit businesses.
Although he avoids requests involving
outright theft, he does import highly
illegal drugs, and magical items using
methods he keeps quite secret.
Th e door to the store is quite
sturdy, and is barred at night. Th e
windows are simply curtained and left
unprotected. Th e true protection for
his establishment is a pair of guard
dogs trained to bay while attacking
intruders. Remains of intruders
slain by the dogs are fed to them
as a reward.