Skullport was first detailed as an area in the Ruins of Undermountain boxed set, which . This is nothing new to AD&D, but that doesn’t make it any less ugly. Waterdeep is a fictional city-state that forms part of a Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game campaign setting called the Forgotten Realms. It is a port. AD&D Forgotten Realms Skullport has 22 ratings and 0 reviews. Directly below glorious Waterdeep, adjacent to infamous Undermountain, lies.
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Tim rated it really liked it Aug 26, Abner rated it really liked it Ac&d 16, There are 4 Dragon Magazines and 1 Dungeon Magazine: Since that time, the city has continued to grow and prosper. Humans, dwarveselveshalflingshalf-elvesgnomeshalf-orcs.
Dark Sun Dark Sun: This is due to the efforts of a group called the Masked Lords, the patrols of the Waterdeep City Watch, and the close proximity of Skullportwhich draws those prone to unlawful or unethical behavior towards it and away from Waterdeep. Though the names of the courtesan Larissa and Texter the Paladin have been connected with the Lords, evidence exists to both prove or disprove claims that they are Lords.
Jeremy marked it as to-read Jan 03, Tim rated it liked it Jan 15, I’ve forgotten my password. Underneath a rise in the western part of the city is an extensive complex of tunnels and chambers known as the Undermountain.
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The Lords appear in public only in the Lords’ Court, hearing all cases of murder, treason, misuse of magic, and appeals from lower courts.
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The city government consists of a cryptocracy of mostly anonymous individuals known as the Masked Lords of Waterdeep. No trivia or quizzes yet. A party skulkport adventurers controlled by the player is dispatched to investigate, but becomes trapped following a cave-in of a sewer tunnel.
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This settlement was detailed in the supplement Skullportwritten by Joseph C. Kate added it Jul 25, Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: The city sprawls northward from the sea, spreading along the flanks of Mount Waterdeepa solitary mountain. Ted marked it as to-read Aug 05, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Directly below glorious Waterdeep, adjacent to infamous Undermountain, lies a city where good and evil put aside their eternal conflict to live and let live: Eye of the Beholder was a role-playing video game developed by Westwood Studios and published by Strategic Simulations, Inc.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Gerald rated it liked it Jul 25, It was created by Ed Greenwood in A mile and a half beneath the orderely streets of Waterdeep squats the most wretched and lawless pit of thieves, buccaneers, slavers, and sellswords the Realms has to offer.
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Start Free Trial Sign In. Lists with This Book. He has had his face covering separated from his helm, and lets those who appear before the Court see his face. Wizards of the Coast. Also included in this lot are 5 Magazines containing articles about the Underdark. Davide Viscovich rated it really liked it Apr 14, Zell rated it really liked it Jun 06, Kevin P rated it it was amazing Apr 15, As tribes of humanoids advanced on Waterdeep, more human tribes converged on the settlement, swelling its size and number of defenders, and after savage battles, Waterdeep emerged as a free city ruled by War Lords.
Waterdeep was founded by local tribes who benefited from trading timber and furs with southern merchants, and the settlement’s deep harbor gave the city its name. The City of Waterdeep was an integral part of Ed Greenwood ‘s house campaign, and is the most important city in the north of the Forgotten Realms setting.
The computer roleplaying game Neverwinter Nights: Retrieved from ” https: InWizards of the Coast published a German-style board game Lords of Waterdeep that sullport set in the city. This page was last edited on 16 Decemberat Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.