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It is said that when the Immortal Treid was slain, his heart was buried in the shadows of the ice, cursed by the Immortal Audrae. His people built a city atop the frozen wasteland in hopes of one day finding it and resurrecting their fallen leader.

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Sat Oct 01, 2016 5:46 am

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Bounties are ordered from low reward, petty crimes, to high reward, serious crimes.
Wanted Alive: Naum Salenko
Crime: Naum is an ellune street kid who was caught stealing a small dagger from "Fine Edges" owned by Vasir Ina'kai. Last seen in the market places of Treidhart.
Reward: 20gn for the return of the dagger. 25gn for the capture of Naum on condition he is unharmed.
Expires: 45 Vhalar 716.
Moderation: Self-moderated.

Wanted Alive: Jovy Ej'ryn
Crime: This Biqaj trader has swindled three ellune of their money by convincing them to join a ponzi scheme. Thought to be holed up in the trader's residence nearby the market place.
Reward: 30gn for his capture alive.
Expires: 60 Vhalar 716.
Moderation: Self-moderated.

Wanted Alive: Inusya Ten'ko Qalar Treid
Crime: Inusya is wanted for an attempted murder. Care is to be taken as he is mentally unstable. Last seen in the houses surrounding Treidhart's town square.
Reward: 50gn for capture alive, 30gn dead.
Expires: 60 Vhalar 716.
Moderation: Self-moderated.

Wanted Alive: Fi'od Huba the Ragged
Crime: The Black Ice are particularly interested in finding Fi'od, one of the few identified Frost members, for information. He is wanted on numerous attempted and two successful assassinations of a Council member and a Clustion officer.
Reward: 80gn for capture alive, 55gn injured, 30gn dead.
Expires: 100 Vhalar 716.
Moderation: Self-moderated.

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