Pathfinder: Legacy of Fire
The young farming and trading town of Thricehill nestles in a shallow valley between its three namesake hills on the edge of the Katapeshi plain where the flow of the Pale River waters the grasslands to the east and south. Thricehill is home to fewer than 70 humans and halflings, and is known for its olives, which flourish in groves along the hills. The small community grows much of its own produce, shipping the rest along the Pale River to buyers, mainly eastward toward the heartland of Katapesh. The town’s humble successes in the 12 years since its founding have made it a soft and potentially tempting target to raiders, and its people are becoming more aware of it. The town has a central palisade, which is defensible, but it’s small, outdated, and poorly maintained, manned only by a few untested guardsmen.