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The city is Corso and is inspired by Rennaissance Florence. It's governed by a Prince by ruled by 5 merchant families. On top is the House Baroncelli, followed by the House Davanzatti, the House Ferruci, the House Strada and finally the House Magaldi.
Number of Sessions: 8
50 years ago, the House Magaldi was number one. However, the Don of the family murdered the Prince of that time and the House suffered ruination. At the beginning of the campaign, they are about to be usurped for good.
The PCs belong to the House Magaldi. The eldest is Baldasera - the bastard son of the Don. Finding no opportunity nor legitimacy within the family, he left behind his young fiance and illegitimate son to freelance and smuggle in the distant Khodan Empire. The youngest son of the Don is Magos Nestore - the House Sorcerer. After being severely punished by his Master - Magos Ottavio di Baroncelli - he, too, left his post and his love/apprentice for the Khodan Empire where he learned the forbidden art of Summoning. Staying behind to govern the family is Monsigneur Dolce, the House Bishop and second son of the Don.
The Story begins with the three reuniting on the docks after 16 years.
Core Beliefs: Baldasera wants to earn his place in the family, thus enabling him to finally marry his love. Dolce wants his family to resume its rightful place in society. Nestore wants to prove himself superior to his Master.
The Houses of Corso
- Baldesera - the eldest brother he was a Bastard, Black Powder enthusiast and the first character who took "Melodramatic Family" trait.
- Dolce - the House Bishop and second son of the Don, who faced with real divinity still remained skeptical.
- Nestore - Youngest brother, Mago (sorcerer) of the house Magaldi, knower of the forbidden arts of Summoning.
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