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The Noble Houses of Mysthaven
Old Houses of Mysthaven Nobility
Lead by: Lord Tavin Butterfass
Members: Valentina Butterfass
History: The Butterfass House were the main producers of cheese back when the town was young. As one of the town's main staple foods, the Butterfass' were able to earn a great deal of money and influence through their control over cheese production. They were well known for their various and exciting cheeses as well as their unorthodox cheese making techniques.
Lead by: Lord Albert Shadewick & Lady Catherine Shadewick
Lead by: Mayor Pole & Lady Pole
Lead by: Lord Carmichael & Lady Carmichael
Lead by: Lord Benjamyn Greenleaf & Lady Melynda Greenleaf
History: The Greenleaf family claims to be able to trace their heritage to the 4th Prophet of the Unknown and claim to have historical journals and artifacts in their vaults detailing such key events in the history of Mysthaven such as the first recorded Cheese Festival, as well as the dates of the laying of the foundation stones for the churches of the Known and Unknown. It is family tradition for members of the Greenleaf family to serve the Church of the Unknown in one manner or another and to hold key positions within the Mysthaven city guard, with the current patriarch serving as its commander for the last 6 years.
New Houses of Mysthaven Nobility
Lead by: Lord Barnabas Whistleton & Lady Cynthia Whistleton
Members: David Whistleton, James Whistleton, Emma Whistleton, Frederick Whistleton & Samuel Whistleton
History: The Whistleton House is a new House that has grown in prosperity and power due to Barnabas' control over the Mysthaven markets. He is Mynister for Coin and Commerce and has been able to influence deals and trading to ensure his family benefits. As such, it has lead to an increase in power and a noble title.
Lead by: Lord Grainger & Lady Grainger
Members: Elouise Grainger
Faded Houses of Mysthaven Nobility
Lead by: Lady Eglantine Price
History: House Price has long since faded as a noble house. Lord & Lady Price were both keen magicians, but their use of magic was extensive. Lady Price was left barren due to their constant use of magic, and the Price legacy was not able to grow. Lord Price, blaming himself for his wifes ailment, took his own life, leaving Lady Price sad and alone. The estate grows neglected and only a few loyal staff remain to care for Lady Price.