Goffin is a medium-sized manorial fief in northwest Kaldor held as a knight’s fee by Sir Edric Quarne from the crown through its representative the sheriff. It lies west of the Kald River, a league due south of Olokand Castle and just over a league east by northeast of Abriel Abbey. It sits safely in the center of the shire. The village sits south of the Iver Stream, a watercourse that drains the northeast portion of Nelafayn Hundred. The village is very old, and has been continuously settled since before 20 TR. The manor has excellent natural resources due to an ample amount of rich alluvial topsoil washed down in the past centuries by the Iver Stream and the Kald River.
The fief is fairly quiet and rural with most of the king-dom’s major trade going via the Kald River or the Heru Road on the Kald’s opposite bank. There are few folk who journey through Goffin other than locals and tenants from Henewes. Traffic on the rutted road that runs through the
fief between Olokand and the Hundred Moot at Abriel Abbey usually takes the shorter route thru Iversen. Clan Quarne’s fief was once larger and included the village of Henewes until eight years ago.