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Fantasy Community: Riverporte

Fantasy Community: Riverporte

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While the adventurers get plenty of interesting dungeons to tear apart, it is quite common for the villages to be on the bland side. With the fantasy community series you will find a variety of new villages, towns, and cities. All of these locations are provided in a format that allows detail yet is easy to drop into most campaigns. For the sake of being generic/universally compatible with most fantasy role playing games, the techincal game notes are also left out. What is provided, however, is a rich and flowing community environment that the adventurers can visit time and time again.

With the current offering, the village of Riverporte, the characters will find ninety one locations that range from simple farming establishments to craftsmen and guard towers. There are even abandoned dwellings and a tower that a wealthy character may purchase as a home. Riverporte features an inn that's populated by visitors to the community and a tavern that is more frequented by the locals.

As an updated advantage to this second installment of the fantasy community line, Riverporte offers details on the different streets of the community, special notes that offer extended information regarding many locations (and potential adventure hooks), and brief notes regarding a few of the homeless and destitute that wander the streets of the community.
There is also the warehouse stock list for a few establishments, allowing raiders of the village the pontential to "Stock up" on easily carted off goods.

PAGE COUNT: 40 Pages (cover and map are seperate files)

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November 16th, 2007
A good, ready to go fantasy community with all sorts of fun things. I liked the text more than the maps, but I am not going to nit pick about that. If you want a drop and go city, this is a good one. There's some nice bits of plot to explore. Could mak [...]
January 23rd, 2006
The 2nd book in the Fantasy Community series, Riverporte is the largest community in the line so far. Unlike peaceful Applehaven and dangerous Swampwoode, most of the threats to Riverporte come from within. This book is 40 pages long, and there [...]
July 27th, 2005
This offers a lot of text, especially for the reduced price of less than $2. Whether you can use it as is depends on how fastidious you and your players are about realism. If they don't know much or care much about how real villages are/were laid out [...]
July 1st, 2005
At the reduced rate it's certainly worth it if it suits your needs, but it has some significant problems.<br><br><b>LIKED</b>: It covers a reasonable-size village in some detail, setting out who lives where and what their occupa [...]
November 18th, 2004
Now here is a good innovation -- a well-described city usable for pretty much any fantasy game system. Since there are no statistics, no numbers to crunch, etc., you can use this city in almost any game, assuming of course a "standard fantasy set [...]
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November 05, 2004
This title was added to our catalog on November 05, 2004.
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Dark Quest Games
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