Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire
Background[edit | edit source]
Located on the ancient Huana island of Ribiri, Sayuka is a colonial outpost of the Royal Deadfire Company and a center of engineering research and development in the archipelago. It operates under the authority of Fleet Master Okaya, the youngest Rauataian in history to hold the title, a valedictorian of the naval academy in Takowa, and a brilliant engineer altogether. Sayuka is of particular interest to the company and the empire, as for some reason, everything - coral, fauna, flora - grows large on Sayuka for reasons unknown - and serves as a research outpost trying to crack the mystery of Ondra's Mortar.
As a colonial port town, Sayuka is governed by a military governor, in charge of 1 270 denizens (71% coastal aumaua, 27% island aumaua, and 2% other races). The town's major exports are lumber, fish, rice, and medicinal herbs, while it imports wheat, leather, silk, copper, zinc, and cotton textiles. The major religions are Ondra, Magran, Hylea, and Abydon. Sayuka is bound to become a major Rauatai outpost, if it can clear the coral growth affecting its use as a harbor and deal with the druid partisans that have occupied the nearby Bentbranch Bog and keep raiding the colony.
Points of interest[edit | edit source]
- This is a fairly small colonial outpost. At the docks you have Tebe and Marofeto Liano, together with entrance to the workshop. You can find Remaro to the northeast, near the upper cannon post, with the local merchants by the exit gate.
- The longhouse houses the local Huana who were supplied with Rauatai housing and gives you an opportunity to learn about the tensions between the aumaua here.
- Finally, the workshop is to the northeast. After talking to Iverra about Overgrowth, Sayuka will come under attack by wild beasts, starting Hunting Season.
Characters[edit | edit source]
- Tebe and the undersecretary, a greeter and a comedy act.
- Marofeto Liano, a Vailian down on his luck.
- Remaro: Just up the stairs from the docks to the north.
- Tipa, Weto, Riwahi: Arguing siblings..
- Inside the longhouse