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House Serrat was a large merchant clan from Delzimmer that was best known for controlling trade in the drug terazul. Strictly speaking, the family wasn't noble as Delzimmer had no nobility. The family was considered a second-tier merchant house, below the Four Families who ruled Delzimmer.
The clan was divided into three branches:
- Guardians: Spies and enforcers for the family, led by Ramul Serrat.
- Traders: Managed the family's shipping trade and gambling dens.
- Travelers: Traveled to the jungles south of Delzimmer each summer to harvest terazul blossoms. Much of the family's income was derived from the terazul trade.
House Serrat was somewhat neutral in ethical outlook. Although the clan was loyal to its members and retainers the family was not above employing spies and enforcers against its rivals. The family's main source of wealth was trade in the drug terazul, although they informed users of its side effects. The family was also known for operating gambling houses.
- Alaia Serrat: Leader of the Travelers
- Julen Serrat: Ramul's youngest son and trainee in the Guardians
- Ramul Serrat: Leader of the Guardians and Alaia's brother
- Zaltys Serrat: Alaia's adopted daughter
- Glory: Tiefling psionicist
- Krailash: Dragonborn head of security for the Travelers.
- Quelamia: Eladrin Wizard
- ↑ Tim Pratt (March 2012). Venom in Her Veins Kindle Edition. (Wizards of the Coast), p. Kindle 642. ISBN 0786959843.
- ↑ Tim Pratt (March 2012). Venom in Her Veins Kindle Edition. (Wizards of the Coast), p. Kindle 609. ISBN 0786959843.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Tim Pratt (March 2012). Venom in Her Veins Kindle Edition. (Wizards of the Coast), p. Kindle 510. ISBN 0786959843.
- ↑ Tim Pratt (March 2012). Venom in Her Veins Kindle Edition. (Wizards of the Coast), p. Kindle 1403. ISBN 0786959843.