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|Titles|| The Asylum Stone|
City on the Cliff
|Demographics||5,500 humans, 500 halflings, 400 dwarves, 400 half-elves, 400 half-orcs, 200 gnomes, 100 elves, 100 orcs, 75 trolls, 50 centaurs, 50 nagas, 175 others|
|Leader||Horus Ilaktya, High Priestess Shamalay Kasan, Merriman Ardoc|
Source: City of Strangers, pg(s). 5
Standing atop the Storval Rise, the cliff-top city of Kaer Maga (pronounced kare MAH-gah) is built inside the ruins of an ancient fortress: a six-sided ring of 80-foot-high seamless stone, stretching more than a half mile in diameter and topped with towers of every shape and design. Also known as the Asylum Stone, Kaer Maga has served as a refuge for exiles, misfits, and ne'er-do-wells fleeing persecution and prosecution for thousands of years, and is known throughout Golarion as a place where anyone can fit in, and where anything can be bought and sold.
Though an anarchic "civilization", a loose consortium of groups, gangs, and families rule the people of Kaer Maga. The entire city is a melting pot of citizens from all cultures, such as the Ardoc family of Bis, the Brothers of the Seal, who are ready to kill each other over whether or not they should open the great portal they guard somewhere deep in the caverns beneath, the gently whistling Sweet-talkers of Tian, with their lips sewn shut to keep them from uttering the true name of their god, the troll seers who predict the future by casting divinations with their own intestines, and finally the bloatmages, with the leeches that keep them alive attached to their bulging bodies.
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- ↑ Erik Mona et al. (2008). Campaign Setting, p. 246. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-112-1
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 James L. Sutter, & Paizo Staff. (2007). Seven Swords of Sin, p. 29-31. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-050-6
- ↑ James L. Sutter. (2010). City of Strangers, p. 4-5. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-248-7