Under Feet of Clay
An isolated fishing village thrust to prominence for the presence of a group of heroes and a peculiar patroness in 1128, Timaedius rests on an island in the Amphora bay, near the center of the triangle between Cleobonomos, Periandropolis, and Pittacae. Once ruled by a demarch, the now-retired local administrator relinquished power to the young Eunomia, a half-elf woman of Calopian descent raised in the Barbarian Lands. Largely pastoral lands stretch to the north of the town, whose docks face south. East of town, the Crystal Coves where the pirate Lukeon the Beast once made his home have become a popular place for the small trickle of visitors to see. Far north of the village, a wilderness spreads, encompassing the decaying stone ruins of a once-mighty keep. Though none of the locals recall when it was occupied, Lady Eunomia insists it is the house that once belonged to her ancestors, and in due time she will reclaim it.
Politically, Timaedius remains irrelevant to the considerations of the great cities of Calopius. However, it is known to merchant sailors in the region as a safe harbor between three major stops, which has brought the city more coin in the last decades.