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Lud was a prosperous, bustling little country port, situated at the confluence of two rivers: the Dapple and the Dawn. But the Dapple had its roots in the land of Faerie, beyond the Elfin Marches and the Debatable lands to the West, which was a great trial to Lud, a town that had long ago rejected any such fanciful nonsense as "fairies" and "elves" and the like.
But when a plague of faerie influences hits the town, steps must be taken. Fortunately for Lud its Major, Master Nathaniel Chanticleer, is a man with his head firmly in the clouds.