With time the little outpost in the woods attracted woodsmen, craftmen, and other people who shared the Rangers' ideals and goals. Merchants opened their shopes, travellers stopped by. The proximity of the Yew Moongate made it easy for the people to find the village and enjoy its hospitality. It was a period of prosperity and fame. The Rangers, original founders of the village, were patrolling the wildlands and stopping by at the village every now and then... a group of warriors offered their help and volountereed as village guards. Even the reclusive druids moved to the village, founding a library now renown all over the land. The Shadowmoor Ale, brewed by one of the elders, is one of the most renowned.
The Council may decide to assign special duties to particular members of the guild. The Council decides wether to allow anybody to become an Initiate of the guild or a village citizen. Any member of the guild can bring his arguments, opinions or proposals to the attention of the Council.
You can find details on some village buildings by clicking on the their icons or the links below:
& Village Hall