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 Forgolon has a great many allies, a large amount of personal wealth, and seems to have his hands in everything. Forgolon has a great many allies, a large amount of personal wealth, and seems to have his hands in everything.
  
-He used to work for Townsman Ulan{{zioth>​t,​23}} whom he helped raise to power. When Galgewe took over{{zioth>​t,​29,​31}},​ things seemed uncertain for him.+He used to work for Townsman Ulan{{zioth>​t,​23}} whom he helped raise to power. When Galgewe took over{{zioth>​t,​29,​31}},​ things seemed uncertain for him. Galgewe acknowledged that the man was useful to Ulan, but didn't think Forgolon was all that important himself {{zioth>​t,​n116}}.
  
 When Sahlman visited Maelbourg{{zioth>​t,​66,​67}},​ he found that Forgolon had been devastated by the party'​s actions. "You see, I've always been a lucky man. I transformed from a nobody into one of the most powerful men in Maelbourg in only five years, and very few realized I was anything more than a wandering minstrel. My power was dependant on a particular townsman, but I had plenty of time left before he would be in any trouble, and plans for working my way up still further. Then, one day, a horrible piece of luck came my way. A group of the most mismatched travelers that ever was came and deposed that townsman, who then vanished into the wilderness. This in itself was bearable, since I have always been able to accommodate change, but then that same group, safely out of Maelbourg, sent in one of the replacement'​s own soldiers to start a rebellion against his master, a rebellion, I might add, that has come quite a way towards success{{zioth>​t,​66}}."​ However, he seemed to have things together, and had no qualms about insulting Townsman Batarel or his associate Silnquost, one of the most powerful men in Maelbourg. Clearly, Forgolon wasn't as lost as he seemed. When Sahlman visited Maelbourg{{zioth>​t,​66,​67}},​ he found that Forgolon had been devastated by the party'​s actions. "You see, I've always been a lucky man. I transformed from a nobody into one of the most powerful men in Maelbourg in only five years, and very few realized I was anything more than a wandering minstrel. My power was dependant on a particular townsman, but I had plenty of time left before he would be in any trouble, and plans for working my way up still further. Then, one day, a horrible piece of luck came my way. A group of the most mismatched travelers that ever was came and deposed that townsman, who then vanished into the wilderness. This in itself was bearable, since I have always been able to accommodate change, but then that same group, safely out of Maelbourg, sent in one of the replacement'​s own soldiers to start a rebellion against his master, a rebellion, I might add, that has come quite a way towards success{{zioth>​t,​66}}."​ However, he seemed to have things together, and had no qualms about insulting Townsman Batarel or his associate Silnquost, one of the most powerful men in Maelbourg. Clearly, Forgolon wasn't as lost as he seemed.