The Town of Galgorin

The isolated villag of Galgorin was a peaceful communiy of farmers Grapes were grown here to be collected by wagon, dispatched from wineries in adjacent provinces. This commere provided what little interaction with the outside world that Galgorin experienced. Goods that were needed were purchased with the coin that the succulent red grapes commanded. Galgorin farmers fed themselve and the few townsfolk with the rich grains and fruits that ripened in their well-tended fields. Animals were raised and slaughtered for meat and leather, Cloth was woven and sewn from local plants. Dairy cows and goats were cared for so that they provided milk and cheese. The Galgorim were happy secluded and almos completely independent

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