Definitely going to use that nickname for Swynfaredians. I don't know if the Swynfaredians have a clever nickname, but they like to make fun of Fumayans for being ignorant hicks. Sort of like how in Game of Thrones everyone referred to northernors or (unfortunately) how Americans on the coast refer to Americans in Fly Over Country. That's a good idea. It does make sense that traffickers in kenku eggs would sell the stolen goods the next country over instead of locally, so it'd be a very plausible cover story that Swynfaredian would send some investigators to Fumaya to follow reports of missing kenku eggs. Even if they are spies, they would still have to at least have to go through the motions of following the thieves so that might make it too easy for the PCs to bust kenku egg smugglers and it could muscle out Reeyak. Thought it would be a good way to rope in long-term Swynfaredian characters. I am torn here. I was inially thinking there would two Swynfaredian spies with separate lords or ladies as masters. One spy would be focused top down (the Swynfaredian ambassador hobnobbing with nobles) and the other would be bottom up, working with criminals. You idea is middle class. Come to think of it that would make a more effective spy. I could always have three spies. That's a good concept but it's very similar to Wenham. Wenham is a cunning stealthy killer. He can disappear people without a direct tie to the Guild of Shadows or the Black Hand. Especially if Vusnitt plays spin doctor on the rumor mill. Hmmm, if that's the sabeteur's strategy he or she would be pretty ineffectual.