Woozy Badger

Named after The Woozy Badger Inn on the road several days south of Seerstone Keep, this sleepy hamlet also comprises a smithy, a small general store, and half a dozen smallholdings. It rises on a shallow hill above boggy lowlands where the fields of several of the larger farms of the area drain together into a common marsh. The road near Woozy Badger is raised on a causeway to prevent frequent flooding, making the place an ideal location for Lord Seerstone’s southern turnpike (toll).

Woozy Badger

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