The Coming of the Zioth

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-Raiborder is a very religious man, in part due to his constant interactions with the healers of the House of Morenth, who he has generously supported through the years. Raiborder'​s attempt to fund a small clinic for the common people of [[zioth:​place:​huerten:​maelbourg|Maelbourg]] endeared him to the population and increased his influence. The clinic was originally blocked by the House, but when people started to grumble, one of the Morenthian healers was assigned to it, giving it enough legitimacy to stay open.+Raiborder is a very religious man, in part due to his constant interactions with the healers of the House of Morenth, who he has generously supported through the years. Raiborder'​s attempt to fund a small clinic for the common people of Maelbourg endeared him to the population and increased his influence. The clinic was originally blocked by the House, but when people started to grumble, one of the Morenthian healers was assigned to it, giving it enough legitimacy to stay open.
  
 Railborder'​s business is in the sale of tea, salt and other herbs and materials used in cooking, preparing poultices and preserving meat. He has a deep and abiding love for fish, which he believes will help him ward off illness, and it is to his great sorrow that because of the rules dictating that all Morenthians must stay in Maelbourg, he cannot often have fresh fish. He does business with the Trademaster to acquire dried fish to supplement his diet. Railborder'​s business is in the sale of tea, salt and other herbs and materials used in cooking, preparing poultices and preserving meat. He has a deep and abiding love for fish, which he believes will help him ward off illness, and it is to his great sorrow that because of the rules dictating that all Morenthians must stay in Maelbourg, he cannot often have fresh fish. He does business with the Trademaster to acquire dried fish to supplement his diet.