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 ==== Biography ==== ==== Biography ====
  
-Gerrit Argol is guildmaster of the money-lenders'​ guild. Both his legs were broken by Ferrin{{zioth>​t,​119}},​ one of [[.:​silnquost|Silnquost'​s]] men, in retaliation for [[zioth:​pc:​sahlman|Sahlman'​s]] attack on Batarel. Despite his injury, ​[[.:​galgewe|Galgewe]] considered him one of his most valuable allies, due to his monetary ties to almost all the townsmen{{zioth>​t,​116}}. Almost anyone with power in Maelbourg owes him money, giving him a great deal of influence{{zioth>​t,​143}}.+Gerrit Argol is guildmaster of the money-lenders'​ guild. Both his legs were broken by Ferrin{{zioth>​t,​119}},​ one of Silnquost'​s men, in retaliation for Sahlman'​s attack on Batarel. Despite his injury, Galgewe considered him one of his most valuable allies, due to his monetary ties to almost all the townsmen{{zioth>​t,​116}}. Almost anyone with power in Maelbourg owes him money, giving him a great deal of influence{{zioth>​t,​143}}.
  
 Though he is careful to act attentive at services, Argol is not a particularly religious man, and is somewhat casual about his observances. Because he was more inclined than his peers to the prospect of earning profits from the Andrithans, he proved open to Galgewe'​s entreaties. The attack by Ferrin only solidified his decision, as he dreads a future where Maelborg is under Silnquost'​s sole control. He finds himself in a tenuous position now, and uncharacteristically afraid to call in certain debts. Though he is careful to act attentive at services, Argol is not a particularly religious man, and is somewhat casual about his observances. Because he was more inclined than his peers to the prospect of earning profits from the Andrithans, he proved open to Galgewe'​s entreaties. The attack by Ferrin only solidified his decision, as he dreads a future where Maelborg is under Silnquost'​s sole control. He finds himself in a tenuous position now, and uncharacteristically afraid to call in certain debts.
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 Argol was mentioned but did not appear in these turns: {{zioth>​t,​n114,​n116,​n119,​n120,​n121,​n143,​n144}} Argol was mentioned but did not appear in these turns: {{zioth>​t,​n114,​n116,​n119,​n120,​n121,​n143,​n144}}
  
-[[.:​forgolon|Forgolon]] asked [[zioth:​pc:​ziedon|Ziedon]] to meet with Argol, but he never got the chance.+Forgolon asked Ziedon to meet with Argol, but he never got the chance.