In a quiet corner of eastern Brunia lies the Village of Bushwych. It is nestled in the highlands on the Hannish Coast of the Itrean Sea, a rough and broken area that has bred a hardy folk of shepherds and fishermen. This community is an insular, closed society where strangers are not warmly welcomed. It is even rumored to be home to some powerful families who engage in piracy upon the Itrean Sea, though its remote and rustic character belies this image as a haven for international gangsters. Whatever its true nature, the village has always sent forth its bravest sons and daughters to do battle in times of need.