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Welcome to Boarswood!

A small fictional barony that was written as a staging area for your own sessions. Tiny hamlets, proper villages and a small town form the fiefdom that Baron Payton rules overs. The assumed period is “somewhere in the Tudor area / during the 15th or 16th  century”. All locations come with a brief description that help to imagine the place but do not weigh themselves down with an abundance of details that would be tiresome to read, hard to reference. The most likely NPC to deal with the party are given names and brief descriptions as well. Taverns and inns are given the same treatment, because the PC are likely to spend much time there in-between adventures. Same is true for the vendors of  special goods, as a gun maker or armorer may easily become a given PC´s best friend (everybody loves a returning customer).

A large part of the document are detailed price lists for locations and special vendors, all of them meant to  be printed as handouts for the players or as handy cheat-sheets for the GM. 

Ten plot hooks/ideas for side quests are given as well, so that Boarswood itself may become the stage for one more adventures of the PC.

This product is an independent production by Gregorius21778 and is not affiliated with Lamentations of the Flame Princess. Lamentations of the Flame Princess is a registered trademark owned by James Edward Raggi IV.

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File Last Updated:
January 19, 2019
This title was added to our catalog on December 07, 2018.