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    Hamlet On A Page 04: Merchant Crossing $1.00
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    Hamlet On A Page 04: Merchant Crossing
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    Hamlet On A Page 04: Merchant Crossing
    Publisher: Fishwife Games
    by Patricia D. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 05/11/2013 13:08:01

    I love these "Hamlets on a Page" products. They are perfect drop-ins when you need something extra, or to build into your map to start with. They contain most things you need to know about the town, down to how many people are there. This particular town is full of shops. When your PCs need to sell off something or buy new gear, this is the place for it.

    This product is really simple to use, and I like that a lot. As a newbie GM, I need all the help I can get!



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    Hamlet On A Page 04: Merchant Crossing
    Publisher: Fishwife Games
    by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
    Date Added: 02/07/2013 04:39:35

    A world-builder's delight, yet another excellent settlement summed up in a single page and ready to be dropped in to your campaign world at a suitable location just in time for the characters to happen by.

    This one describes a principally agrarian community, marked by a very strong work ethic. Nearly every resident not only farms the land but also does at least one other thing - practise a craft or offer a service of some kind. Hence the village is a prosperous one... which naturally makes it a target for bandits and other folk who would prefer to take rather than work for gain. Their relative prosperity also makes it a popular stop for travelling merchants.

    There are interesting undercurrents that take this out of a banal hamlet to a 'real' place. The locals, whilst industrious, are rubbish at defending themselves. This is demonstrated by a note that they used to have a water mill but it was destroyed in a bandit raid... moreover, they have never got around to building a new one. Every time the topic comes up, it grinds to a halt in dispute over whether they ought to build a mill or a guard tower first! Town politics at it's worst... but it's remarks like that which make the whole place come to life.

    Worth tucking away until the need arises.



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