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True20 Freeport Companion

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True Freeport Adventure!

Welcome to the True20 Freeport Companion! Freeport has long stood as one of fantasy gaming's most distinctive cities, offering a detailed gaming environment, the setting of several thrilling adventures, and a cast of scores of interesting and compelling characters. Home to pirates, foul cults, terrifying monsters, vicious gangs, crime lords, and a whole host of corrupt politicians, Freeport offers a unique blend of high adventure and cosmic horror. Inside these packed covers, you'll find:

  • Details on the core True20 backgrounds, plus rules for playing orcs, hobgoblins, goblins, and the fiery azhar.
  • Over a dozen paths for the three core roles including the cultist, the assassin, and pirate.
  • Rules expansions for skills and feats, including new skills such as Knowledge (forbidden lore) and cool feats like Divine Domain, Dying Curse, and Bloodline.
  • Guidelines for incorporating madness and corruption into your Freeport adventures.
  • Expanded equipment tables including poisons, drugs, new weapons, and general gear, and a new pricing system for your True20 Fantasy games.
  • Rules for rituals include several sample profane rituals including Awaken the Dead and Conjure Demon.
  • New supernatural items such as Beamsplitter, Reaverbane, and the coveted Rod of the Buccaneer.
  • Over 50 new monsters including hazards like Dead Man's Brain and vile horrors such as the fleshraker and unspeakable ichor.
  • Statistics for common folk of Freeport such as watchmen, thieves, and merchants.
  • Statistics for over 75 key characters described in the Pirate's Guide to Freeport including heroic allies such as Buster Wallace and K’Stallo and terrible villains like Red Alice, Prendag the High Death, and Kothar the Accursed.
  • Fury in Freeport: A new adventure to help you launch a brand new Freeport campaign!

The True20 Freeport Companion is your rules guide to exploring Green Ronin's Freeport, whether as a daring hero, looking for adventure, or as a Narrator seeking new worlds to explore, this sourcebook is an indispensable accessory for fans of both Freeport and True20!

True adventure, true excitement... True20!

PDF Features:BookmarkedLinked Table of Contents and IndexCreated from source files - not a scanned PDFGold Vendor Updates*Best with Adobe Acrobat Reader 8 or laterEdition Credits:Design: Steve Kenson and Robert J. SchwalbAdditional Design: Keith Baker and Graeme DavisEditing: Erica BalsleyDevelopment: Steve Kenson, Chris Pramas, and Robert J. SchwalbArt Direction: Hal MangoldGraphic Design: Hal Mangold and Marc SchmalzCover Art: Wayne ReynoldsInterior Art: Ilya Astrakhan, Andrew Baker, Kent Burles, Marcio Fiorito, David Griffiths, Danilo Guida, Jonathan Hunt, Jonathan Kirtz. Pat Loboyko, Britt Martin, Michael Phillipi, James Ryman, and Mike VilardiExecutive Producer: Chris PramasGreen Ronin Staff: Steve Kenson, Nicole Lindroos, Hal Mangold, Chris Pramas, Evan Sass, Marc Schmalz, Robert J. "Dr. Evil" Schwalb, and Bill Bodden

* If this edition of the publication is updated due to the discovery and correction of typos or errata, you will get a free download of the corrected edition.

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December 9th, 2007
The secret you need to know about the True20 Freeport Companion is that it's the best sourcebook available if you want to run or to play in an iconic D&D-style fantasy campaign using the True20 rules. The Freeport content? It's there to tak [...]
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