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100 Landmarks for a Fantasy City


This supplement has 100 different landmarks that could be found in a fantasy urban setting. They range in size from single stones to districts of the settlement in question. Some are comparatively normal locations, whilst others are peculiar in one or more ways. They can be used to help flesh out a fantasy city and in some cases as potential adventure hooks.

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  • Mayblossom: Mayblossom is a ship that has now been moored by the town for many years and is used as a tourist attraction. It used to belong to a notorious pirate who was hunted down by a fleet of naval ships operating out of the place and finally cornered. His ship wasn't sunk, and his surviving crew were brought back on the ship for trial; almost all were executed. The pirate was also brought back, but attached to the keel. He did not survive, and his skull - not much more made it back - is mounted on the ship's wheel.
  • Money Pile: A nickname for stone sculpture that is made from huge discs of stone piles one on top of the other. Details to the discs show that they are supposed to be coins, and the whole looks like nothing so much as a pile of coins that have been unevenly stacked. The sculptor described their creation as a symbol of how futile wealth is as it's impossible to carry it with you, but most just call it by the nickname.
  • Moonlight Observatory: A domed building made from bronze and stone, with a slit in the roof which can be opened or closed to view the stars. Inside the observatory are various complicated devices used by the resident to view the heavens, some of which are definitely experimental. Other than the roof slit, there is a single door leading inside but, perhaps because of an accident with one of the devices, it only appears when moonlight falls on the building.
  • Mushroom Park: The park takes its names from the stone tables and chairs that can be found within it, all of which look like giant mushrooms of different sizes. The mushrooms give the impression of having grown out of the ground, and indeed they may have been formed that way. Despite the material, the chairs are comfortable to sit on and the park is a popular place to relax on a sunny day.
  • Myran's Well: It's not clear why this is called a well; it's actually a natural spring that has had a stone trough and basin built around it. Water flows into both, then flows away. At every solstice and equinox, local residents dress the spring with flowers and plants appropriate to the season in question. No-one can recall why this is done, but it's thought to be in honour of a nature spirit, perhaps one that lives in the spring.

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