The Rive hamlet
A small town composed of a few farms, a water-mill and an inn. The recurring problem of the town is that it steps across the frontier river between the counties of Athel-Loren and Lestre. Lords do not go as far as waging war for such a little hamlet, but there always are strong debates when taxes have to be paid. The bailiff has found a temporary compromise which splits the village for dealing with vassal issues.