Gruff and pride driven, Oleg does not usually have time nor the patience to partake in small talk as he has a business to run!
The fifty gold pieces that was to be paid to the bandits was gladly given to the [[Pathfinders | Pathfinders]]. Thankful for …
Wife to Oleg, and co-owner of the Trading Post. Svetlana is known for her good spirits and delicious cooking. Eager to help travelers and visitors to the post, Mrs. Leveton does her best to offset her husbands sometimes abrasive manners with her warm …
The Brevoy Mercenary is charged with defending Oleg's Trading Post and guarding the nearby roads. Kesten Garess leads a small group of men who alternate watches and patrols.
Kesten, along with his men, sleep in their tents located just south of the …
Foul mouthed and aggressively violent, Happs fits the bandit profile perfectly. Seemingly a Lieutenant in the group of bandits. Charged with extorting coin and goods from [[Oleg's Trading Post | Oleg's Trading Post]], Happs Bydon leads a small group of …
Kressle is rumored to be leader of the group of bandits who visited [[Places | Oleg's Trading Post]] on their first trip. Described as "The most wretched and violent of them all" by young [[:svetlana-leveton-26 | Svetlana Leveton]], and a dual wielder of …
The Stag Lord
The Staglord was killed by the Ravenwood Emissaries when they invaded the bandit fort and quickly defeated the group of marauders. Perhaps it was the drunken stupor from which he awoke from, but the Staglord was no match for the talents of the heroes.
Mal was the only surviving bandit from their first encounter with the [[Pathfinders | Pathfinders]] (see: [[Trouble at Oleg's | Trouble at Oleg's]]).