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 Baron Bruden Dunnigan is a petty man with big dreams. ​ No stranger to violence, he served the kingdom well during the [[gaeleth:​history:​War of the Four Winds]], and was awarded the title of baron as recompense for his role in helping evacuate both Loregard and Kashin by river. ​ Under Bruden'​s leadership, the region between Lena and [[gaeleth:​places:​Lok Sadic]] never fell during the war, and many of the local Dog Men support the baron, despite his personal flaws, because of his unquestionable leadership abilities. Baron Bruden Dunnigan is a petty man with big dreams. ​ No stranger to violence, he served the kingdom well during the [[gaeleth:​history:​War of the Four Winds]], and was awarded the title of baron as recompense for his role in helping evacuate both Loregard and Kashin by river. ​ Under Bruden'​s leadership, the region between Lena and [[gaeleth:​places:​Lok Sadic]] never fell during the war, and many of the local Dog Men support the baron, despite his personal flaws, because of his unquestionable leadership abilities.
  
-Lena has a full-time garrison of only 50 men, although close to 200 Dog Men are willing to answer the baron'​s call when it goes out.  The Thane of the Guard is a tomanth named Krissik, as ruthless a tracker and fighter as the baron is in politics and trade. ​ The Dog Men and the tomanths have an uneasy alliance, as both have typically hunted the other in times past.+Lena has a full-time garrison of only 50 men, although close to 200 Dog Men are willing to answer the baron'​s call when it goes out.  The Thane of the Guard is a tomanth named Krissik, as ruthless a tracker and fighter as the baron is in politics and trade. ​ The Dog Men and the tomanths have an uneasy alliance, as both have typically hunted the other in times past.  Krissik'​s second-in-command is a Dog Man by the name of Bubba, a wily middle-aged man that's 'been dere, done dat' and was a bit of a bandit and pirate in  his youth. ​ Bubba understands that letting Krissik have the title keeps the peace while he does the investigative and filing work.  That tomanths typically live less than one human generation is more-or-less understood by all involved.
  
 The self-proclaimed Chief of the Dog Men is a thane known as Legget. ​ He ruthlessly keeps the peace, even if it means making troublesome Dog Men (or tomanths) disappear. ​ He has sworn himself to protect the tomanths, having developed a personal friendship with them.  Under his protection, a tomanth nest has been set up in the city. The self-proclaimed Chief of the Dog Men is a thane known as Legget. ​ He ruthlessly keeps the peace, even if it means making troublesome Dog Men (or tomanths) disappear. ​ He has sworn himself to protect the tomanths, having developed a personal friendship with them.  Under his protection, a tomanth nest has been set up in the city.
  
 Quite a bit of contraband likely travels through Lena, although who and how and when is difficult to say or track down.  A small pirot or a river tomanth can easily hide a cargo and then move it to another ship when no one is looking. Quite a bit of contraband likely travels through Lena, although who and how and when is difficult to say or track down.  A small pirot or a river tomanth can easily hide a cargo and then move it to another ship when no one is looking.
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 +The Lord of Lena was Baron Andrel until 1331 Avard, when he was ousted by the Guard and a bard's catchy tunes over his illegal activities.
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