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City Guide: Nautical Necessities

City Guide: Nautical Necessities

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Written by: Daniel Farley, Laura Campbell, Paula Johanson, Patrick Lawinger, Neal Levin, David Woodrum
Page Count: 59 pages
Cover Art: Gillian Pearce
Illustrated by: Gillian Pearce

One of the dangers of having PCs go into a town for rest an relaxation is that the majority of the time you have no idea what should be there. Many PCs of course just want to go to the latest and greatest tavern for a barfight. But there are those out there that want to go shopping. Those are the ones that will ask the dreaded phrase "Whats on the shelves?"

Ever sailed the Seven Seas, fired a Cannon, know your slipknot from a Reef do ya? If ye're interested in the Nautical Life then this be the book for you, packed with fine locales and information this book in the City Guide series brings you a look at things Nautical.

From the Shipwrights to the seedy dives and dock side Taverns like the White Hart, useful in any port town or city. It contains colourful characters that could be placed in any adventure for your Heroes to meet.

Includes:
-12 Locations
-Over 40 NPCs

Locations:

  • Cartographer's Shop
  • Papa Jack's
  • Gentleman's Provisions
  • Buttericks' Bait Shop
  • Shipwright, Port Authority, Pub & Inn
  • Ensign Davy's Tattoo Parlor
  • White Hart Tavern
  • Port Authority Ship "Sudbury"
  • Privateer Ship "The Antelope"
  • Merchant Ship "Santa Barbara"
  • Passenger Ship "Saint Catherine"
  • Viking Long Ship "Waterstrider"

WARNING: This product is missing page 41. Known Error in manuscript, original master files gone so could not recreate.

 
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Chris G. [Featured Reviewer]
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November 26th, 2006
Cities are always a good idea for a supplement. With a well designed city I can have dozens or more of adventures that never leave the area. Each shop and non player character can be a neat encounter waiting to happen and the flexibility of just letting [...]
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May 28th, 2005
Good source of various places to acquaint yourself and PC's with, in a Harbor Town. Better still, it gives a GM a good idea of other places to create, too. LIKED: I liked the layout. When I printed it out, it looked really good. The informa [...]
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May 20th, 2005
I hope any further books in this line don't follow this trend. The shops are laid out more like adventure sites than role playing resources like in previous books. While I understand this is handy for people intending to rob these places, it makes it [...]
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Electrum seller
Pages
59
Edition
1.0
Publisher Stock #
DQG1002
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Dark Quest Games
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