The Lanvernite Succession
Faversham is a town of 2,000 on the important trade route between Ashport and Burnmouth, in Lanverness. Its key industry is the transmodal shipment of goods between the River Ash and the road to Birchfield. Faversham employs hundreds of wheelwrights and shipbuilders, longshoremen, rowers, animal handlers, wagonbuilders and the like, as well as security men and their weaponsmiths and armorcrafters.
The wetlands surrounding Faversham are known as the Faversham Bogs. Faversham itself sits on a low bluff overlooking the River Ash; it’s the only dry spot for ten miles in all directions. The roads to Birchfield and Ashport proceed through the bogs on causeways, built up over the years with funds from Greatminster.