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Torrent Falls
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CaptainPenguin's comment on 2006-07-22 05:33 PM
Only voted Go to Comment
Torrent Falls
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MoonHunter's comment on 2006-07-22 12:35 PM
It meets my criteria for a dungeon post. Once you start adding tactical elements to a location, it can start to qualify.

The dungeon is basic. Unlike most it is logical and explainable. It works for me. Go to Comment
Torrent Falls
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Cheka Man's comment on 2006-07-23 10:54 AM
A dungeon with a good purpose. 5/5 Go to Comment
Torrent Falls
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Murometz's comment on 2006-07-22 01:16 PM
Cool! Strolen is posting again!

I like it. Its not revolutionary but it has a nice flow and harkens me back to the day.

Blessed Stones! thumbs up! Go to Comment
Adventurers Guild Contract
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manfred's comment on 2005-12-24 10:03 AM
Simple and useful. One of those things people sign with a shrug but don't bother to read and have a disagreement about later... meaning more roleplaying. However, such disagreements can be now decided and brought to an end much easier. Go to Comment
Adventurers Guild Contract
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manfred's comment on 2006-03-22 10:02 AM
If all besides one sign the contract then there will be obviously problems (to me it seems to be more a question of actual relations than of a contract).

Also, why couldn't they be healed or raised? I don't see any such clause in the contract. Go to Comment
Adventurers Guild Contract
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MoonHunter's comment on 2006-03-22 09:53 AM
I think I have voted for this before. Go to Comment
Adventurers Guild Contract
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Scrasamax's comment on 2005-12-26 09:15 AM
The presence of a superior, possibly big brother-esque adventurers guild that demands it's pound of flesh from the Heroe's loot? I like the idea. Sign the contract, pay the 10% of the loot and gain all the benefits of the guild.

Legal representation in grave-robbing trials, interdiction by the guild when an adventure strays to close to theft and vandalism. Angry nobles foiled by the guild. Not bad as long as you pay your dues and don't forget that the guild always gets its share Go to Comment
Adventurers Guild Contract
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Mourngrymn's comment on 2006-03-22 09:07 AM
I have used something like this twice in two different game groups and they both fel lthrough to no avail. The group broke apart due to the signing of the contracts. They felt it was too restrictive when it was in fact set up to help them.

The problem is, when al lthe group except one signs it and is not held by those same guidelines they are left out. The supposed guild takes al lthe rewards and only offers it to those who signed the contract. They can not be healed or raised if they don't sign it. I think it is a good idea to set group rules for certain groups and players, but in the end I think it causes to much of a headache. Go to Comment
Adventurers Guild Contract
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Mourngrymn's comment on 2006-03-22 10:19 AM
I was saying in general. To be specific since the sub asked if we had any information of using one I put personal experience in it.

In the one I used and saw fit that it was viable to be in a guild, that if you were not part of said guild you would not be able to gain the benefits of said guild. Therefore if you don't sign on with them they will not waste funds and manpower on someone not of their guild. Go to Comment
Adventurers Guild Contract
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Murometz's comment on 2007-03-17 01:52 PM
haha, I am printing this off to show my PCs! :D Go to Comment
Adventurers Guild Contract
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valadaar's comment on 2007-07-31 02:25 PM
Argh! Fantasy paperwork! Go to Comment
Random Villages
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Strolen's comment on 2005-12-12 12:04 AM
A small village full of healers and priests. When the PCs arrive they could be healing a bunch of orcs or some other evil type being. They could also be healing the party that the PCs just defeated perhaps.

Thing is, this village is a place of peace and healing and anybody is welcome no matter their background or race. They will help and protect anybody. The clerics and priests are powerful enough to stop almost any type of harm from coming against anybody that seeks their sanctuary.

May only be slightly known to the common folk but those in power have always known about the place and always have it watched. It can also be used as a neutral meeting place for different sides to mediate.

It is not a large village but the buildings in it are awe inspiring in their beauty and craftsmanship. Not huge, just perfect. Go to Comment
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manfred's comment on 2005-12-12 12:05 AM
Upper Lowerton and Lower Upperton are two villages in eternal strife. Some time ago they parted in dispute over some land, and now it is unsure which village is older. Both claim theirs. Travelers are often treated better or worse, depending on their perceived connection to the other village. Go to Comment
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manfred's comment on 2005-12-12 12:05 AM
This village looks quite normal, but has a problem with a nearby living illusionist and prankster. The mage performs at irregular intervals for the crowd, and somehow fails to notice they have enough. Any visitors are likely to be sent with a message to him, and end up in a very silly adventure. Go to Comment
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manfred's comment on 2005-12-12 12:05 AM
More people used to live here, but the local iron mine was closed after some humanoid raid. Villagers complain about how good everything was before, and how bad is it now. Some plan to reopen the mine, but have in fact done nothing for it. Dungeon possible. Go to Comment
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manfred's comment on 2007-02-21 03:35 AM
Oh, why I have never voted on this? It is such a great example of what happens when a scroll goes beyond the first few submissions. :) Go to Comment
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manfred's comment on 2005-12-12 12:17 AM
Blue Shallows
The village lies close to the sea (hence its name), and naturally does fishing.

The peculiar thing is the obsession with time of the locals: anything must be done at the right moment, and there is a right moment for everything. From the early morning, the schedule decides what when to do. Visitors are likely to be ignored until the evening, when the work is done, and it is time to speak with guests and be social.

Locals get nervous if anythings disturbs their peaceful and organized existence, and are at pains to change the plans. If desired, there could be a reason beyond mere beliefs to live like this. Go to Comment
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manfred's comment on 2005-12-12 12:21 AM
Jerd's Farm

Another of the less friendly villages (will there be an end to this?), locals are suspicious of strangers, and not above asking who they are, what they want, and if they stay for long.

There has been quite a bandit activity in the last few years, the villagers have lost a large part of their crops, the local militia came always too late. Skeptical of adventurers (they had too little money to hire any), they took it in their own hands. Most houses have now small openings serving as arrow-slits, crude crossbows are hidden inside, and the villagers train with their makeshift weapons regularly. You better don't make them mad...

(And by the way, Jerd's Farm was the first settlement here. Having five daughters, most locals are descendants of Jerd. The village is some 150 years old.) Go to Comment
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manfred's comment on 2005-12-12 12:37 AM
Demetri's Valley

Founded by Demetri, a leader that left no children, the village is placed between a few small hills, it is certainly not a valley. Wooden houses, farming and logging, it is another boring place to pass through.

The most outstanding feature is hidden between two hills: a mineral spring possessing strong laxative effects. The village has luckily other springs for common use. This one is used mostly for practical jokes, and, as it is known and praised by doctors far and wide, it is also a source of small trade.

Strangers should beware what they drink here, some id...villager will sooner or later repeat the joke everybody knows for ages here. Go to Comment
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