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City Builder Volume 2: Craftsman Places


City Builder Volume 2: Craftsman Places is the second in a series of 11 complementary books that will help guide Game Masters through the process of designing exciting and compelling urban areas and places within them for their campaigns. It is not specific to any particular game setting and is designed to be compatible with the needs of any ancient, Dark Ages, Middle Ages, Renaissance, or fantasy milieu. 

Contents of this book include:

  • An Introduction that describes the scope of the series and how to use the material in this volume;
  • Individual sections devoted to detailed descriptions of Armories, Arsenals, Blacksmithies, Clothiers, and Jewelers; and
  • One or more Adventure Hooks tying in with each described sort of place.

This download includes both low-resolution screen-friendly and high-resolution printer-friendly versions of the book and its cover.

Other volumes in this series include:

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July 14th, 2013
For anyone doing any sort of world building centred around cities, towns etc this whole series is very useful. [...]
July 14th, 2011
“Craftsman Places” is the second of eleven parts of the City Builder series. While standard items can be bought in shops, sometimes the characters will need something of special quality or special design or not commonly found in the area. (There is [...]
April 2nd, 2008
This installment in the City Builder line focuses on Craftsman Places, as the title says. The book itself is very good at doing what it does, generalizing craftsman shops that PCs would visit. If you're looking for detailed shops with lists of items, [...]
March 30th, 2008
It's difficult to be too critical of a book that only costs $2, but this does feel like rather a lost opportunity. To begin with, while the book does (as its ad page says) have 18 pages, only six of those pages actually contain content - the other 12 [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on March 17, 2008.