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People, Places, and Things 2: Living in a Fantasy World

People, Places, and Things 2: Living in a Fantasy World

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The blacksmith, the mill, and the motherhouse. It does not quite sound as smooth as butcher, baker, and candlestick maker, but there is a lot more adventure to be had here.

People, Places, and Things: Living in a fantasy world brings you 11 new maps complete with full backgrounds, descriptions, and enough plot hooks to keep you busy for quite a while.

In addition, each the book comes with each map scaled to a full 1" = 5' battlemap ready to print out on any standard printer.

Contained within are:

  • Charcoal Burners Encampment
  • Chirurgeon and Veterinarian
  • Glass Studio
  • The Old Well
  • Master Nicholas’ Pottery
  • Buzzard-Feaster’s Motherhouse
  • Iron Heads and Iron Men
  • The Swordsward Park Gazebo
  • The Blacksmith/Farrier
  • The Mill
  • Magda’s Arcane School House

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October 13th, 2008
Starting out the first thing that I noticed about this product was how it had an adventure hook for every map and information about who owns/runs the building. It gives nice pre-made NPCs for and DM who doesn’t want to fall in a rut when describing [...]
Peter I. [Featured Reviewer]
September 6th, 2007
People, Places and Things 2: Living in a Fantasy World is a 54 page pdf product for any fantasy campaign system. This product in the second product in the People, Place and Things series, and features details and maps for a number of locations that one [...]
Nathan C. [Featured Reviewer]
August 29th, 2007
The focus of three dimensional combat as brought on a slew of dungeons and dragons cartographers over the last few years. Some of them are good enough to publish and sell their maps in PDF form. Some think they are good enough. But after seeing [...]
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File Last Updated:
April 12, 2007
This title was added to our catalog on April 12, 2007.