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Two Page Town: Murbie

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Welcome to Murbie, a glorified wide spot in the road serving trappers, travlers, and traders near a vast swamp. This sleepy little village grew up from a trading post along the only major road leading through a great and deep swamp. Now, a few hundred years on, there are a handful of houses, an inn, a brewery, a handfull of farms, a bakery, and the origional trading post. However, all may not be as it seems in the small town, shadows and stories hint at strange goings on.

Settlement Overview

Atmosphere: Small trade town
Population: 92
Leadership: Town Council
Major Exports: Oats, barley, barley wine
Major Imports: Textiles, finished products

Two Page Towns are simple but well thought out settlements ready to be dropped in to your campaign. Each town has two pages of content, a simple map with basic labels, a description of the settlement, a breif history of the area, a brief overview of the local encoemy, and four to six story hooks to make the whole thing come alive!

 
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