Katy Rybackie
Contains a small fortified settlement of about fifty or sixty people. The village as a whole is largely intact, except for the structures that surround the presently settled area, which have been stripped and razed to the ground. Another fifteen or so live in a fortified farmstead to the south about 1km away. These people have a reputation of being distrustful of outsiders though they do accept small numbers of seasonal workers. Sometimes they send surplus food to Gdansk to trade.

It is known that there is a disease outbreak here, though the nature of the disease is unknown. Many local occupants of the town have moved into a outdoor camp on the western fringes, leaving the sick population to the warmer buildings for comfort and safety.

Areas of Interest nearby:
Old Maritime Museum

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