||The Niao Jiang in a major river. A road stretches along its
length from Hel Churl to Nu Gong Zao and is used to haul boats upstream back to Hel Churl.
||There are no villages of more than a twenty thousand people
along the river. The villages survive because they are staging posts for the ponies used
to haul the boats upstream or from subsistence farming on the river plains and terraced
mountain fields or fishing.
||All of the villages are closely allied with Hel Churl and
for the first twenty four days 90% of the male population is away fighting the war at Wu
Tze Lee for the army of Hel Churl. After this the place is in celebration for the rest of
the module and the players will be welcomed with open arms if they say they also fought
for the army of Hel Churl.
||The villages have all the things you would expect: temples
to Buddhism and Taoism, Government departments, shops. Most are closed for the first
twenty six days.
||The players will be able to get their passports stamped at
the customs office, which is running on a skeleton staff for the first twenty six days, in
any village of more than five thousand people.
||The locals know/believe the following.
|They are on the side of Hel Churl.|
|That Wu Tze Lee is the most evil man in the world.|
After day 24:
|The brilliant forces of Hel Churl won the war. There are even people in town who were
|The evil forces of Prince Hei Ho Bang and Wu Tze Lee were routed by the good and just
forces of Hel Churl.|
|The people who were fighting at Wu Tze Lee, think that Hang Bu Fang, Leader of Hel
Churl, has the opals.|