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City Guide: Harbor Side Mess Hall

City Guide: Harbor Side Mess Hall

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Written by: David Woodrum
Page Count: 20 pages
Cover Art: 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?"

The is a single location continuing in the same line as our other City Guide products. It contains enough detail to fill nearly a third of a normal City Guide product, for those interested in a even more fleshed out location than we normally provide.

Includes:
-1 complete location
-Over 15 NPCs

 
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June 2nd, 2013
This is a description of a dockside restaurant, such as could be found in almost any port city, or even one on a large river. Its 18 pages long, and very detailed for what it is - all the doors and locks are described, for instance, along with a 2-page [...]
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May 29th, 2005
This is a good product with lots of ideas for your town's port. I added it to The World of Greyhawk's town of Hardby with minimal effort. DISLIKED: NO MAPS! It may not need them, but I like them. QUALITY: Very Good [...]
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Copper seller
Pages
20
Edition
1.0
Publisher Stock #
DQG1004
File Size:
1.02 MB
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File Last Updated:
April 05, 2005
This title was added to our catalog on April 05, 2005.
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Dark Quest Games
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