Ruler: Baroness Colwyn
Capital: Lily Rush
The Colwyn family has, as far back as memory goes, ruled through the female side – it is strong in the Riverdan tradition. Were it not for the beautiful spring festival and the lilies and garlic dogwoods of the area it would be relegated to one of the worst areas of Bar-Innis. Only a small part of it is suitable for townships and farming -it floods a good portion of the year. This does make it lush and verdant, and a favorite haunt of those seeking solitude and isolation. Calibans Slurry divides it from its southern neighbor, Crestwold.
The Lily Road Breakers
This group is nominally a group of local freebooters that operates out of Lilymarch, in Bar-Innis. They have been around for a few generations, and never numbered more than a dozen. It is known as a way for aspiring adventurers to get their start. Current membership is about 9-12, lead by Darn Fleetwood, a warrior of some renown.
Ruler: Lady Nessia of Lily Glen
Bantwor is, essentially the eastern lands of Lilymarch. From Bales Ridge to The Saelish it is remote and mostly unsettled and good for little more than flood plain crops.
The Green Moorsmen
The Moorsman were formed originally as a way of directing the youth of Bantwor, this unofficial militia has persisted.
Moorwells: There are three Moorwells (high solid ground with a 4′ high stone circular wall for defense) – one at each village in Bantwor. These are kept with at least 3-4 ragged members, emergency stores, arms, and a couple of ponies each for message running.
Village of Tamran
Ruler: Sir Rogest of Bantwor
Village of Roundrath
Ruler: High Mayor
Village of Spiregrant
Ruler: Sir Gloversman of Bantwor
Hebrot Hamlet is the home of Gloversman Tower. The Gloversman are true bannermen of the Baroness – and known for their militant ways… the blunt instrument of the Baroness when need be.