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Fruits Ripen Also Beneath Its Streets [Walled Hill Town]

Fruits Ripen Also Beneath Its Streets [Walled Hill Town]

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A walled hill town. The raised approaches to its outcrop lie long ago cast down; its belltower stands silent over streets of tumbled ruin thick with new growth. The banished huddle. Legatees press.

Condensed to one page for slipping in among other materials, this sandbox-oriented content is intended as an easily absorbed framework for improvisation to be adapted by the user as preferred for a wider setting and specific system.

It presents core ideas and key numbers to fall back on, with general approaches that can be applied in other situations.

The content covers map generation on the fly for an abstracted town as well as suggestions for aspects of the locality, including a banished folk, overgrown streets, buildings, caverns and a toll taken and heard.

The town could be detailed using Pseudohistorical Buildings on 2+ Dice, its caverns simplified or extended using one or more of the maps in the Location, Landscape & World bundle, not least The Acrid Well and The Low Mere. The banished could be developed with items from Character: Odds & Ends Found on the Olde Worlde Adventurer and the legatees using Character: More or Less Promising Olde Worlde Adventurers, both part of the main bundle.

Inspired? For a wider world there's more material here, on a riven plain.

 
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File Last Updated:
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This title was added to our catalog on June 02, 2015.