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411588-thumb140.jpgTome of Tables: Speakeasies
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The boss said to meet at the West Hamilton Cigar Shop, ask for "Mops". He'll meet us there. With this supplement you'll be able to add detail and life to any Prohibition era speakeasy your players may come across. Whether the party happens to be a group of friends trying to investigate forces beyond their reckoning, prohibition agents trying to track down bootleggers or just small time gangsters trying to make it big, you'll find everything you need here. In this PDF you will find several lists of items which can be found in a speakeasy as well as several lists which will allow you to add a wealth of detail. This publication includes:  100 items to find in customer areas 100 items to find in behind the bar or in the backroom 100 items to find in backstage 50 items to find o...

361154-thumb140.jpg1920s NPC Generator
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The name's Ira Fleming, and I think you're just the people I've been lookin' for. If there’s one thing any game master always needs, it’s a spare cache of NPCs. Sometimes these can be as shallow as a name and occupation but sometimes you want to go a little deeper. That’s where this publication comes in. Inside you’ll find: lists of first and last names (both pulled from the US Census lists for 1890 and 1900)  a list of nicknames/mob names (largely inspired by real life mobsters from the 1920s and beyond) a list of possible occupations (pulled from the 1920 US Census: Volume 4, Populations and Occupations publication available through the census.gov library) numerous lists designed to give you a basic physical appearance and personality for any NPC you create Looking for...

404642-thumb140.jpg50 Rumors and Plot Hooks for a 1920s Speakeasy or Club
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Did you see the senator last night? Can't believe he'd be ain a place like this... This list features 50 1920s, American Prohibition era themed, rumors and plot hooks for a speakeasy or club. Within you'll find rumor and plot hooks ranging from the personal (One of the waitresses is on the run after killing her philandering husband, who happens to have been a hated Hollywood executive.), to the amusing (A secret society, inspired by the likes of those found in Ivy League universities, has been formed by some of the regulars. Though, at the moment they don’t seem to be very good at the whole “secret” bit.), to the downright chilling (This morning one of the owners of the speakeasy was found dead on the dance floor, with a gunshot wound to the back. The other owner quickly had ...

233906-thumb140.jpgSupernaturally Themed Drinks
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Um...I'll go with a black magic for me and a half moon for my friend here. Whether you'd like for that high end night club (secretly run by a cabal of vampires) to have a signature drink that's a little too on the nose or for the local monster hunter hang out to be a bit tongue in cheek with their drink list, you'll find the perfect drink here. In this publication you'll find 25 supernaturally themed cocktails and shots, descriptions of their flavor profiles, primary alcohols involved, and even a rough recipe for each one! Looking for somewhere to serve these amazing concoctions? Check out our list of 100 Bar and Nightclub Names...

367672-thumb140.jpg100 1920s Gangster Names
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Clicky Kemper? Maybe I know him, maybe I don't. Who's askin'? In this publication you’ll find 100 different names for American gangsters or mobsters of the 1920s. Each name is inspired by the naming conventions of real gangsters such as Charles “Lucky” Luciano, Charles Arthur "Pretty Boy" Floyd, Alvin "Old Creepy" Karpis, and more. Looking for more 1920s content? Check out 100 Things to find on a 1920s Gangster, 100 Things to find on Someone in the 1920s, 1920s NPC Generator, and 100 1920s Speakeasy Names....

411787-thumb140.jpg100 Illicit Goods for 1920s Smugglers and Gangsters
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You've gotta be pullin' my leg. How in the world did you even get your hands on this stuff? In this publication you’ll find 100 different goods that may be being sold, moved, or held by smugglers or other criminals during the 1920s. Unsurprisingly, many of the goods listed are alcohol based but also included are gems, narcotics, luxury goods, art, arms, high dollar agricultural products, and a wealth of counterfeits. So, whether the party is trying to get in the the smuggling business themselves or they've broken in to the warehouse of a notorious gang, you'll be prepared with this list. Looking for more 1920s content? Check out 100 Things to find on Someone in the 1920s, 1920s NPC Generator, and Tome of Tables: Speakeasies....

367957-thumb140.jpg100 Things to Find on a 1920s Law Enforcement Officer
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You uh, you think he's got any ID on him? In this publication you’ll find 100 different items that you might find on an American law enforcement officer in the 1920s, be they a prohi or a beat cop. Some items are fairly boring (driving gloves, pack of matches), while others tell a story (20 five dollar bills in a brown paper envelope, business card for a firearms dealer), but all of them let you know something about the person who was carrying them. Looking for more 1920s content? Check out 100 Things to find on Someone in the 1920s, 1920s NPC Generator, and 100 1920s Speakeasy Names....

358532-thumb140.jpg100 1920s Speakeasy Names
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Yeah, yeah, it's called the The Gold Dust Club. Real classy joint, you'll see. This list features 100 fictional names for 1920's style speakeasies. Names range from standard club names such as The Jubilee Club, to references to "current" events such as Volstead's Friends, to innocuous sounding business fronts such as The Rainy Day Cafe. So, when the party starts looking for a place to cut loose in the era of the drys, you'll be prepared with this list. Looking for more 1920s content? Check out our list of 100 Things to Find on Someone in the 1920s....

233815-thumb140.jpg100 Cafe and Coffee Shop Names
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Man, I need some caffeine before we do this. I'll swing by Three Lazy Baristas and meet you guys there This list features 100 fictional cafe and coffee shop names such as Hopkins Coffee Co., Island Hopper Café, and The Slow Drip. Whether you need a regular hang out for your party or a neighborhood plot point you'll find the perfect name for it here. Looking for some names for establishments that serve something a little stronger? Check out our list of 100 Bar and Nightclub Names...

367671-thumb140.jpg100 Things to Find on a 1920s Gangster
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Let's see what's in his pockets. That might give us a clue to who he was. In this publication you’ll find 100 different items that you might find on an American gangster or mobster in the 1920s Some items are fairly boring (driving gloves, subway tokens), while others tell a story (card for the front desk of a cheap hotel, newspaper clipping about a recent election), but all of them let you know something about the person who was carrying them. So, whether the party is trying to figure out the identity of a dead man or someone just happens to have rather light fingers, you'll be prepared with this list. Looking for more 1920s content? Check out 100 Things to find on Someone in the 1920s, 1920s NPC Generator, and 100 1920s Speakeasy Names....

237937-thumb140.jpg100 Things to Find on Someone in the 1920s
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Let's see what's in his pockets. That might give us a clue to who he was. This list features 100 items that might be found in the pockets or purse of someone in the 1920's. Some items are fairly boring (mints, subway tokens), while others tell a story (handwritten directions to a secret club, newspaper clipping about a recent theater opening), but all of them let you know something about the person who was carrying them. So, whether the party is trying to figure out the identity of a dead man or someone just happens to have rather light fingers, you'll be prepared with this list. Looking to build an interesting city for your players to explore? Check out our Modern City Builder Bundle #1....


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ISBN
1-30000-204-3
Publisher Stock #
40-1920-PDB
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This title was added to our catalog on October 01, 2022.