Oleg's Trading post is located at the southern edge of Rostland (and thus Brevoy). To the south, the green line of the Narlmarches looms only a few miles away. Owned and operated by Oleg and Svetlana Leveton, the trading post's remote location and inconvenient distance from a major river has prevented it from realizing significant financial success.
Oleg's trading post is surrounded by a wooden palisade that stands ten feet high. At each corner of the palisade are twenty-foot square watchtowers, each armed with a run-down catapult left over from the site's original use as a border fort.
There is one entrance through the palisade: a thirty-foot-wide wooden gate.
The market yard is an open area where trade takes place. There are two tables near a fire pit to display wares and serve food to visitors, while bulky trade goods are offloaded into a storage pen: a fenced area with a wooden roof to keep off most of the rain and snow.
Oleg rents out the beds in the guesthouse to anyone who wishes to stay the night at a rate of five silver a bed per night. A rustic breakfast and filling dinner are included in that price.
Oleg keeps his old, jittery horse Claptrap in the stables and rents out the other stalls to visitors' steeds at a rate of two silver per stall per night, a price that includes a day's worth of water and feed and a complimentary rub down for the horse.
A squat but solid wooden building serves as Oleg and Svetlana's home and the storeroom for the trading post.