• Region: Isle of Bedlam
  • Population: 50,000
  • Main religion: Trianthianism
  • Known for: Abundance of witches and witch-hunters

Heidelberg is a city south of Shyden, shrouded in the mystery of the occult. It looks to be a very traditional village, with many of the residents in the main part of the town being quite superstitious. Most of the inner-town inhabitants are friendly only to fair-skinned human visitors, and are quite prone to prejudice against other races, people of different beliefs, and especially those dressed in a way that implies they practise witchcraft.

On the outskirts of the village are the more enigmatic residents who dabble in the occult. They are average people of course, but average people who practise witchcraft. The history of Heidelberg states that it is a site where some of the first witch covens congregated, because of the strength of the magical energy in the area. But Heidelberg has also had many generations of witch-hunters, people trained in how to identify witchcraft practitioners and skilled in methods of combat to restrain and destroy witches. The first witch-hunters to settle in Heidelberg hundreds of years ago migrated from Lutie, as is known by most of the town historians.

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