Antwort auf: Fr. 08.05 D&D/ Eberon
omnipotentes Wesen meint: „Nö, aber wenn du Clan Boromar um ein Vermögen erleichters, sie es nicht bemerken und oder auf Racheaktionen verzichten, dann möglicherweise.“
… The Boromar Clan is a halfling family and the most powerful criminal organization in Sharn. They belong to the Sixty, a prestigious group of powerful Sharn families. From a humble start as a gang of smugglers and thieves, the Boromars have risen to become one of the most influential forces in the city. They have a stranglehold on the smuggling trade and own the majority of gambling halls in the city. Most of the fences and thieves in Sharn either work directly for the Boromars or pay tribute in exchange for independence. This clan controls a vast network of extortion, blackmail, and graft that extends from the slums of Lower Dura to the heights of Skyway, with its headquarters in the halfling district of Little Plains (in Middle Menthis).
Their influence reaches far beyond the criminal underworld. The early Boromar patriarchs invested wisely over the centuries, so that today the Boromars are one of the Sixty families of Sharn. The Boromar Clan owns many of the warehouses in Precarious and Cogsedge. It owns taverns and inns throughout the city and has a considerable interest in the shipping trade. A Boromar heir sits on the city council of Sharn, and the current patriarch is a member of the Gold Concord of the Aurum.