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Castle Book II (1981)

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Castle Book II

A 64-page booklet which includes 50 pages of maps on various fortifications: every type from solitary spires and wooden stockades to massive fortresses and walled cities. These are excellent for siege, intrigue and other adventures by the players. Also included are table for naming the castles. The castles are mapped on light grey hex grids, suitable for changes by the Judge with a felt-tipped marker. Campaign aid for Fantasy Role-playing games. Part of the Campaign Hexagon System from Judges Guild.

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Bruce L May 07, 2018 5:48 pm UTC
I own a hard copy. If you see this on e-Bay, buy it! Great stuff, fun, easy to use. Can't recommend these highly enough. The maps are of a map hex, of varying sizes, with a castle, and possibly a village, depicted. While there are no stat's listed for any of it, you get complete maps. All you need to do is decide who rules from the castle, and who lives in the village. The maps are easy to enlarge on a photocopier, which is really quite handy! If you need a castle, with/without a village, this book has a large number to choose from. There are random tables in the front of the book, but they are written in OD&D format, so they may prove a little challenging to use. But the maps are fantastic. Cheers!
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