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Coat of Arms of Salzenmund under Theoderic Gausser

Salzenmund is the capital city of Nordland and seat of its Elector Count, Theodoric Gausser.[1b ][2b]

It is located east of the Silver Hills in central Nordland.[1a] The Old Forest Road connects Salzenmund to Middenheim.[2a] The city is built on the slopes opposite the Ormsdeep - a deep lake from which the River Salz flows to the Sea of Claws. [6a]

The city has a population of around 16,000. [6k]


The Principality of Salzenmund is ruled by Theoderic Gausser, Elector Count of Nordland and is governed by the burgomeister and the Council, under the rights of the Charter granted in 2190 IC. [6d] The burgomeister leads the city government having oversight of defence, finance, law and trade as well as sitting at the head of the City Council. Whilst they cannot override the recommendations of the Council, they can dilute them into oblivion or prioritise them as critical business. The Council's job is to raise taxes as well as to make and enforce bylaws. The Council is made up of the city treasurer, the captain of the City Guard, five guildmasters, the six noble houses, the wardens, each representing a city ward, the Lawspeaker and the burgomeister. [6e]


Humans of the Jutones migrated from the south into the Silver Hills, adopting the tallest peak, Jutone’s Nest as a outpost and raising wooden dwellings on the slopes. Wooden piles were sunk into the shallows of the Ormsdeep shallows, with halls raised over the water. [6b]

In the decades before the birth of Sigmar the High Chief of the Jutones was Marius but his people were harried from the north by Norse, in the east by the Udose and by Teutogens in the south. Artur of the Teutogens defeated Marius in combat, he took much of the tribe west but Adda the Stalwart, chieftainess of the Was Jutones refused, entrenching her people in the village of Salzenmund. [6b]

It did not become part of the new Empire founded by Sigmar, as the nearby Eonir were feared by the other tribes and Adda herself sought divine protection by building a great temple to Ulric. Over the next few centuries, the settlement and mines grew to become a small kingdom, the first of the so-called Silver Kings was a exiled Dwarf from Karak Norn, Thumm Feldpick who introduced several techniques to massively enhance the mining [6b] and was crowned in 520 IC. [6c]

The growing wealth did not go unoticed and Wilhelm, second son of the Graf of Middenland marched out to conquer the petty kingdom and so the Nord Lands became the new Barony of Nordland and finally part of the Empire in 767 IC. [6c] For 400 years the principality was ruled by the Moltkes, a warrior dynasty from Middenheim but in 1070 IC, Emperor Boris Hohenbach arranged for the Moltkes’ imprisonment in Altdorf, handing the province and Electorial Vote to his lackey, Duke Voltimand Salzwedel. [6b]

The Black Plague devastated the province as it did most of the Empire, spreading via trade and wiping out most of the Nordland population. When Norse raiders landed on the coast they found settlements choked with corpses but the Skaeling Harald the Roarer took the town of Salzenmund, but the castle held out under the daughter and son of the absent Duke, Carin and Markus.[6b]

In 1114 IC, the Skaven attacks both the besieged and the besiegers who form an uneasy alliance to push the ratmen back into the hills. When Duke Osric died alongside the Emperor in Carroburg, the new Duchess, Carin sought help from Graf Mandred von Zelt of Middenheim who broke the Skaven at Dietershafen. For the remainder of the campaign, Carin rode with Mandred, forging alliances with other provinces before returning to Salzenmund with a fresh army, routed the remaining Skaven and married a Moltke in a political alliance. [6b]

During the Age of Wars that errupted after Mandred's death, Salzenmund prospered but also ensured that its military was rebuilt. IN 1244 IC, Count Einrich Moltke defeated armies of Orcs and Beastmen and famously defeated the Necromancer Dieter Helsnicht, the Doomlord, later gloating that it took a Nordlander to deal with a Middenheim problem. His son, Gottfried Moltke defeated the Dark Elf corsairs of the Black Ark Ecstasy of Pain in 1267 IC and the victorious Count even brought back a substantial chunk of masonry smashed from the Ark by a warlock under his command. [6b]

In 1375 IC, the Count of Nordland, Adalbert Moltke tries to broker a peace between Talabecland and Stirland at his capital but the gathering is attacked by Daemons of Khorne and the envoys are slaughtered, each side blames the other for the violence and the war continues. Salzenmund is left in ruins. [4a][6b]

Duke Hjalmar of Hargen defeats his opponents and successfully takes the title of Elector Count by 1401 IC, but his seat is at Dietershafen, using the ruins of Salzenmund as a prison camp for those who displease him. he becomes the first and only Nordland Emperor, reigning for six brutal years before he is assassinated with a tent peg hammered through his eye. [6b]

The now ramsackle town in the ruins of Salzenmund is subsequently ruled by Prince Ludger Moltke but in 1420 IC Count Brakh Metalmane leads a Chaotic host from the Middle Mountains to attack first Beeckerhoven and then Salzenmund. The Prince had no chance of surviving the assault until Jarl Asvaldr arrived and joined the fight - together they defeated the enemy and an alliance was formed. [6b]

The Jarl's daughter, Unni married Ludger and their son Angmar Moltke would succeed, having grown up fighting alongside with Skaeling warriors on seaborne raids. His dying father implored him to reunite the province and Angmar made good on his vow as he leads his warhird through the province, offering protection from bandits, Beastmen and Ostland in exchange for fealty and tribute. [6b]

In 1563 IC High Duchess Berga Moltke declares war on Ostland. [6c]

The dead rise across the world in 1681 IC and at Salzenmund, the bones of ancient sacrifices rise from Ormsdeep as multi-limbed monstrosities snatching countless townsfolk, dragging them screaming into the lake. Dieter Helsnicht is seen simultaneously in many locations throughout the town and next morning in Castle Salzenmund, Einrich Moltke III is found dead surrounded by the inanimate bodies of his ancestors. He has no living heir. [6b]

Salzenmund is claimed by Sovereign Countess Eleonore Gausser who proves to be one of its greatest leaders, making overtures of friendship to the Queen of Tor Lithanel, Marrisith. The count of Westerland marches to take the town but is surprised to be confronted by a large, well-trained army led by Eleonore who proves to be a capable wartime leader. At a crucial point in the subsequent battle, swift cavalry and deadly archers sent by the Eonir Queen help rout Westerland Years prior. [6b]

The merchant, knight and Lord Gunter Ostrein marries the daughter of Count Reinard Gausser and their progeny began the Ostrein line of princes who open the town to the Wood Elves, Dwarfs, Halflings, and even wizards as well as loaning silver to Stirland, Talabecland, and Middenland. [6b]

In 2016 IC, the childless Count Wolfgar Ostrein was carried off by a Giant Eagle while hunting and in 2020 IC, with the support of ensorcelled nobles, generals, and guildmasters, the Wizard Talius the Exalted took control of both town and province. A devious but benevolent autocrat, Talius founded a school for poor children, introduced the Cult of Verena to the town, reduced taxes, and improved trade with Ostland and Middenland. He even restored Nordland’s Electoral status. [6b]

Talius disappeared 2050 IC and the title passed to a former apprentice — Countess Ludmilla Gausser, she was followed by several more Magister-Counts. [6b] In 2083 IC, the Green Pox grips the town but Magister Count Florian Gausser duel a Nurglite sorcerer over the Ormsdeep, his defeat of the Chaos Sorcerer ends the plague. [6c] the line of Sorcerer-Lords comes to end when Count Ernald Gausser inherits the title, a man who couldn’t even read, let alone cast a spell! [6b]

The Norse shaman Sorn Ghoulskin became fixated on Salzenmund and attacked with his warhird in 2121 IC besieged the town for two years, his dying thralls raised as zombies and even fashioning a Necrofex Colossus which pounded on the Crimson Bastion until the siege was broken by Baron Jorgen Nikse and his army. The high priest of Ulric, Stefnir Nymus then declared that rulers had failed and the town was now under the rule of the White Wolf. He pledged allegiance to the Wolf Emperor of Middenheim and condemned anything he associated with the soft southern Empire. [6b]

The exiled nobility returned after 15 years of austere rule confirming that the Ar-Ulric himself had denounced Nymus who was executed by the mob and the gates thrown open. [6b] After skirmishes on the border with Laurelorn Forest, an Eonir and Forest Spirit army marches on Salzenmund in 2168 IC, besieging it until the Baron begs for forgiveness. [3a] [6b]

High King Helvar Ironaxe of the Norse sailed up the Salz and as the drunkard Count Gunter hid in his wine cellar, the townsfolk rallied under the command of the Knights of the North Star. After the surviving Norse fled, a disgruntled Town Council pressured the count to grant them a town charter, which they secured in 2190 IC. [6b]

Baron Thorsten Nikse took the throne in 2291 IC, a bloodthirsty man who did his best to avoid the tedious business of ruling in favour of fighting Beastmen or Norscans. When Chaos rose in the north, he didn’t wait for Magnus’s call but he and his army boarded ships take the fight to the enemy in Norsca. The sole survivor returned ten years later, describing the last sight of Baron Redhelm hacking into a mutated leviathan with a boathook as the waves took them both. [6b]

His son Roderic was only a year old when he inherited, so the town and province were ruled by the grandmaster of the Knights of the North Star, Lord Herbert von Laue. He guided the town on a steady path, brokered a new peace with the Elves of Laurelorn Forest, following instructions from Emperor Magnus the Pious. [6b]

In 2368 IC Baron Ludwig Nikse married Brunhilde Todbringer, this alliance was quickly followed by the Treaty of Schoninghagen, confirming that Nordland and Salzenmund were once again tributary to the City of the White Wolf. The Gausser family were enraged and refused to accept the treaty.

Erik Redaxe sails longships up the Salz to attack the city in 2480 IC where they are defeated by a army led by Baron Helmut Nikse. The elderly lector of Sigmar is taken hostage and when Salzenmund pays the ransom, the Norse sail home laughing. [6c]

Werner Niske married his daughter Anike-Elise to Graf Boris Todbringer, but in 2502 IC, it was the new Emperor Karl-Franz who marched north to fight invading Norscans on the coast, rather than the Graf of Middenheim. [6b]


  • Ormsdeep: Unfathomably deep lake whose inky depths have never been penetrated by the living - the water is also slightly briny, which defies explanation given its location in the hills. [6j]
  • Zinnentor: Nordland’s seat of power and the city’s busiest district. [6j]
    • Castle Salzenmund, seat of the Elector Count.[2b] It is built in the hills overlooking Salzenmund and has a very unique design: the approach to it is so narrow that it needs no curtain wall. It is nicknamed "Jutone's Nest" due to the fact that Salzenmund marked the western reaches of an ancient tribe known as the Was Jutones.[1b]
    • Entwasserung: The most deprived ward in the city, packed with mouldering dwellings and destitution. [6j]
    • Heulen: small and fairly peaceful ward, mainly middle-class. [6j]
      • Jarlstor: The city’s western gate which leads to the Oldenlitz road. [6j]
      • Ratcatcher’s Bridge: A wide stone bridge from Heulen to Addasheim over the Redefleiss. [6j]
      • Salzenmund Hospice: A large brick building in grassy grounds, which cares for the seriously ill, insane, and has a wing devoted to childbirth, where itinerant priestesses of Rhya assist. [6j]
      • Trout and AnchorA Salzenmund institution whose innkeeper, Old Ulf Demeer, a former sailor is relentlessly dour and has a determined prejudice against most people, cultures and races. [6j]
    • Moltkeplatz: Affluent ward surrounding the castle. [6j]
      • Black Hog Bridge: Criminals found guilty of a particularly heinous crime are traditionally hung from bridge. [6j]
      • Courthouse: The main chamber hosts trials by the lawspeaker whilst the interior courtyard is marked out for trial by combat. [6j]
      • Eagle’s Longhouse: A faithful recreation of a Jutone chieftain’s dwelling, complete with a doorway framed by massive tusks from a Norscan war mammoth! [6j]
      • Radhaus: The city hall is a long building made from red sandstone and straight black timbers where the City Council meets. [6j]
      • Temple of Verena. [6j]
      • University of Salzenmund: A provincial college of limited repute established in 2309 IC by the Nordland Guild of Silversmiths.[6j] The Salzenmund University Press published The Murderous Culture and Religious Practices of the Accursed Eaves-Dwelling Greenskins by Nordland scholar Stefan Ellendan in 2499 IC.[7]
    • Schmutzmarkt: The poorer of the city’s two commercial wards. [6j]
      • Bahnen: A network of cramped streets crammed with tiny speclaist booths and shops. [6j]
  • Gnistreberg: The lowest of the city’s four hills and the western slope is dominated by the city cemetery.[6j]
    • Green Bell Tower: Gnistreberg’s tallest monument and most important of the cities bell towers. [6j]
    • Hebenbrucke A raisable drawbridge which can allow small boats to pass on the Aalbach inside the city wall. [6j]
    • Osthafen: A working waterfronts and unlike Steinhafen, Osthafen is a place for quieter and less public business. [6j]
      • Crimson Bastion: A large gatehouse, imposing defensive structure and sight for travellers arriving into the city. The stone walls are covered with red plaster and emblazoned with the city’s coat of arms with flagpoles flying the banners of Nordland, the city, and the most notable noble families. [6j]
      • Honest Burgher Inn. [6j]
      • Laughing Frog Inn [6j]
    • Totenschutz: Encompasing the Garden of Morr on the western slope to the crest of the hill with low, timber households, very few hostelries and only a handful of traders. The area is heavily patrolled by the Cult of Morr and the Watch at night. [6j]
    • Temple of Morr: Well defended and protected since the defeat of Dieter Helsnicht at the Battle of Beeckerhoven in 1244 IC. [6j]
  • Ulricshohe [6j]
    • Holzermarkt: A commercial hub with a market on most days of the week. [6j]
      • Market Hall. [6j]
      • Nordland Silversmiths’ Guildhouse: A three storey building topped with a slender turret which features a large clock. [6j]
    • Temple Ward: Includes the more than 2000 year old temple of Ulric and other property or land owned by the Cult of Ulric.
      • Grand Orrery, once the Glass Tower of the Magister-Count Talius. [6j]
      • Temple of Ulric.
      • White Wolf Chapterhouse: Austere wooden fort within there are dormitories, forge, hall and stables. [6j]
    • Wolfsmatze: Populated by poor, boisterous, and proud people of Norse descent. [6j]
      • Bohsen Spring: A small yard with a pool of fresh water, fed by a spring bubbling from the hillside, the only source of water that the locals trust. [6j]
      • Redhelm Drinking Hall: Largest building in the ward. [6j]
  • Walcheberg Built on the city’s northern hill, it is dominated by one of the city’s most distinctive buildings, the temple of Manann. [6j]
    • Addasheim: The wealthiest residents of Walcheberg live here. [6j]
      • Adler Academy: Orginally created by Talius the Exalted to help elevate the poor, it teaches the sons and daughters of the nobility how to be good Imperial citizens, guardians of the status quo, and exemplars to their betters. [6j]
      • Salzbad Baths: The most celebrated bath house in the city. [6j]
    • Blaumantel: A small ward of a strip of streets and the square at the hill’s crest which includes the temple of Manann. [6j]
      • Cathedral of Manann Resplendent: The first temple was built in 1450 IC, but the current building was commissioned by Sovereign Countess Eleonore Gausser two hundred years later. [6j]
      • Exploration Society' A private club for explorers, scholars, and those who sponsor voyages of discovery. [6j]
      • Fischplatz fish, shells and strange tentacled beasts are forever preserved in the stone paving underfoot in this small square before the Cathedral. [6j]
      • Merchant Venturers’ Guild. [6j]
    • Magnusschild Most buildings are decorated with comets and other Sigmarite symbols. [6j]
      • Chapterhouse of the Templars of Sigmar: The Witch Hunters’ are based in a plain wooden tower. [6j]
      • Temple of Sigmar the Protector: Seat of Nordland’s lector. A grand temple embedded into the slope halfway up the hill, impressive on the exterior and the interior as the Nordland wealthy like to show their devotion through lavish donations of gold, silver and religious gifts. [6j]
    • Steinhafen: Salzenmund’s busiest waterfront which spreads across the northern shore of the Ormsdeep. [6j]
      • Steinhafen Pits: Created by Thorsten ‘Redhelm’ Nikse to emulate the infamous Norse Duelling Circles these Pits are a pair of open air arenas surrounded by stepped seating. [6j]
  • Walsturm: A circular stone tower standing 60 feet tall with two full storeys dedicated to six cannons that protect the River Salz. [6j]
  • Seeufer: Once a lively dockside, it was devestated by the Goblin warlord Grom the Paunch In 2420 IC and over the following decades, the ruins sank into the lake. [6j]


The standing army of Salzenmund is composed of numerous battalions. This includes the City Guard who also maintain peace within the walls, upholding the law and ensuring that their yellow, blue, and black uniforms are a common sight on the streets of Salzenmund.[6g]

  • The Boar’s Teeth Company: Famous for their skill with shield and spear and who normally can be found patrolling the walls. [6g]
  • The East Watchers: A regiment of archers, professionals who take pride in wearing immaculate Nordland uniforms. [6g]
  • Guild Sentinels: A private regiment funded by the guild of Nordland Silvermiths to protect their interests. [6j]
  • The Nordland Seahawks: A celebrated regiment with superior training and armaments, whose captain, Harald Driest is a noted womaniser who took a commission to avoid discovery by any of the nobles he’s cuckolded in Salzenmund. [6g]
  • The Steinhafen Guard: Composed of veteran sailors , they are versatile fighters, happy to take to the field with swords, boarding axes, or halberds. [6g]
  • The city is the home base of the Knights of the North Star. [5a]
  • Templars of the Knights of the Fiery Heart guard the Temple of Sigmar the Protector. [6i]
  • Templars of the Sons of Manann have a chapterhouse to guard the temple of Manann. [6i]

Notable People


  • The Nordland Silversmith's Guild is responsible for some of the finest silverware in the Empire.[1b]


The city has several extremely powerful High Priests - a Lector of Sigmar, a High Priest of Ulric, and a Wave Lord of Manann. There are temples to Morr, Shallya and Verena. [6i] Several minor gods are also worshipped or invoked - the most important being Gnistre, the patron of the city that brings wealth from silver. [6i] Historically, the Jutones gave thanks to Olovald for fish from the lake and also Gnistre, a god who dwelt in the waters of the Ormsdeep and who rewarded sacrifice with silver. [6b]

  • Salzemund has a notable Temple of Ulric. It is over 2000 years old. It is made entirely of wood and built in a unique hexagonal, three-storied design. Inside is a fire similar to the Eternal Flame of Middenheim.[1c]
  • Temple of Manann: The grandest most politically influential temple of the sea god in the Empire.
  • Temple of Shallya in
  • Temples of Sigmar: Salzenmund has three temples: the Hammer Temple serves the lower classes, there is the tiny Temple of Sigmar’s Blessing whilst the Temple of Sigmar Protector is the seat of the Nordland lector. [6j]


The Salzenmund Strand is the end of a relatively minor trade route with goods arriving from Kislev, Norsca, and the Empire at large. Goods arrive by seaborne via the Salz river to the wharves of the Steinhafen and Osthafe destricts. Exports from the city are mainly focussed on ice, salt, silver and timber and also lead, a by-product from silver mining process. [6f]



  • The Was Jutones are not the same Jutones that Sigismund II conquered. They were in Westerland, and the Was Jutones seem to have lived in Nordland and Ostland.


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