Location: Morcraven Marsh
Coordinates: 287, 69
Type: Wine Sales
Co-owner of the winery in Morcraven Marsh, she handles the distribution side of things. She also sells bulk wine cheap.
Sells 1 item
|Wine||20 for 15 (0.75 each)|
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You see a young, energetic girl. She seems toEL-DB.com be a little tired. Looking at you, she asks:
Hello, stranger. What can I do for you?
NameI am Vesine, the owner of this winery, in Morcraven Marsh.
JobI am the owner of the winery. I take care of the orders, check to see that the quality of the wine is as it is supposed to be, keep track EL-DB.comof the income and expenses, and various other tasks as needed. Of course, I can't do everything by myself, so that's where Latis comes in.
Morcraven MarshMorcraven Marsh is a nice place, but not very populated nowadays. In fact we, the winery, are the biggest point of attraction around here. Other points of interest are the two forts, Edlera the healer, and Kelcha the tanner. Her father, Tankel used to be a famous blacksmith, but now he is retired.
FortsTheir names are Fort Hallgan and Fort Caladak. They are supported by the Whitestone and Portland military, and they serve as outposts against the pirates and various monsters such as the goblins. Of course, most of the time the soldiers there do nothing but drink and party. Well, I can't complain about them drinking too much. It's good for my business.
KelchaKelcha is Tankel's daughter. She is a nice young girl, she is around 20, if I am not mistaken. I don't know very much about her, except that she is a tanner.
WineryThis winery is the only wine production facility on the entire continent. So it gets pretty busy, we never have breaks. Of course, this is a good thing, but many times it can get very frustrating. I barely have any time for myself. Sometimes I feel like giving up and just want to go on some deserted island and spend the rest of my life there.
But then I remember that a lot of people need our wine, and I would feel like a dirty little traitor to walk away from it. Many people think that it's easy to make good wine. Just crush the grapes, and you get wine. That couldn't be further from the truth. You need to get the right kind of grapes, combine them according to certain recipes,
then mix other ingredients, such as sugar, cinnamon, and some other things that are a trade secret. And then you have to store it in special containers, at the right temperature, and many other details I don't feel like going into. Suffice to say, it's a really delicate and hard job. We also have a major important role in the history of the land.
What role?For example, during the Mortos war, people needed some courage, you know? Of course, too much 'courage' is not very good, but just a little bit ahead oEL-DB.comf a battle can make a big difference. In fact, the winery was considered such a strategic resource, it was heavely guarded by the Whitestone military.
Mortos WarIt was the year of fire; the year of destruction; the year we took back what was ours. It was the year of rebirth; the year of great sadness; the year of pain and a year of joy. It was a new age; it was the end of history; it was the year everything changed.
TankelHe used to be a blacksmith. A quite successful one, I might add. Now he is retired, and doesn't do very much, except for taking care of his garden. He lives with his daughter, Kelcha. Their house is North West of here.
EdleraEdlera is our local healer. She is a friend of mine, and was always there for me when I needed her. Sometimes she comes over here, to buy some wine, or just have a friendly chat. Her house is North East of here, but she spends most of the time in the swamp, gathering various herbs.
LatisHe is my most trusted partner. His parents died when he was 14 years old, and my father offered him a roof and some food, in exchange for his help. I have never seen someone so dedicated as him. He worked much more than my father wanted him to, and he didn't even require any pay. He was just happy helping us. Then my father died, and I was alone as well.
So being both orphans, this drew us together. We became closer and closer, and eventually, to show him my appreciation, I made him a full partner. So we both own 50% of the winery.