The town of Abken was founded on a belief: that given the right blend of people, a town might work as a single family, with no individual better than any other.

Originally composed of just a few families from the Korvosan underclass, this simple farming commune grew slowly, with new members admitted only through marriage or majority vote.

Although friendly to strangers, the now ­sizeable village remains insular and tight­lipped about its internal processes, and the large log palisade around the primary compound protects its privacy.

Outsiders causing trouble can expect to be subdued in short order, as every man, woman, and child is quick to raise arms in defense of his or her “family.”


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