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Update your browser for more security, speed and the best experience on this site. The Adventure is Over, Sign in to get custom notifications of new products! Heroes spend days on end slogging through dirt and muck while risking their lives battling nasty creatures. A stay at a clean and relatively safe inn or tavern can be a much-needed reprieve from their daily grind. Inns and taverns are common fixtures in roleplaying games, but often a stop at the inn is little more than a pause in the action, allowing players a few moments to erase damage from their character sheet. Recent History File Size:
Owning a Tavern. Expanded rules for eyes on this pamphlet of mine. This guidebook is all managing your tavern as an ongoing business you need to run your own watering hole in the City of concern. Visiting a Tavern. Tavern Ambience.
Think of your favorite fantasy adventure. Did those heroes meet up at a tavern at some point? Thought so. Adventuring goes hand in hand with meeting, planning, scheming, and fighting in taverns! Are your taverns a big deal?
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A tavern can be a wonderful place: the heart of a small village or a city district; a welcome respite during a long, arduous journey; a breeding ground of gossip and trouble. Wouldn't it be nice if you, DM, could simply pick up and present a tavern that offered some of this limitless potential, without you having to lift a finger? With this collection of strange, unique, and extraordinary taverns, we are delighted to present to you 10 inns and taverns with personalities all their own, set in a variety of locations from quaint villages to thriving cities and even deep down in the Underdark, with staff, regulars, services and adventure hooks, as well as isometric maps for each and every one. Login My Library Wishlists. New Account or Log In.
Heroes spend days on end slogging through dirt and muck while risking their lives battling nasty creatures. A stay at a clean and relatively safe inn or tavern can be a much-needed reprieve from their daily grind. Inns and taverns are common fixtures in roleplaying games, but often a stop at the inn is little more than a pause in the action, allowing players a few moments to erase damage from their character sheet. The Red Dragon Inn: Guide to Inns and Taverns is a companion sourcebook for filling your games with detailed and imaginative places for the heroes to eat, drink, and be merry. But this book goes a step further well, actually a number of steps! Inside, you'll find copious information on running, stocking, and even building inns and taverns. You'll also find new player and NPC classes that allow you to create the sorts of folks that you'll find in these places.