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900 Villages


There are hundreds of villages and hamlets scattered across the Forgotten Realms, most of which are never mentioned on any maps or guides. This supplement begins to close the gap. It provides names and basic details for 900 villages - you will never run out!

Following are some sample entries -

Agglethorpe - Population 316 (66 families). Governed by a Constable. Shrines to Talona and Milil. Inn: The Dirty Orc. Taverns: The Wild Courtier, The Muddy Dragon. 17 farmers, 10 artisans, 33 laborers, 7 paupers. Trade: pears, oranges.

Girsby - Population 108 (25 families). Governed by a Sheriff. Shrine to Myrkul. Inn: The Bronze Bull. 6 farmers, 4 artisans, 13 laborers, 3 paupers. Trade: fish.

High Birkwith - Population 271 (57 families). Governed by a Sheriff. Shrines to Hoar and Deneir. Inn: The Quiet Wizard. Tavern: The Queens Courtier. 14 farmers, 9 artisans, 29 laborers, 6 paupers. Trade: corn, beef.

Wigglesworth - Population 77 (19 families). Governed by a Mayor. Shrine to Moander. Inn: The Castle. 5 farmers, 3 artisans, 10 laborers, 2 paupers. Trade: tin.

Bonus - includes 2 free village maps!

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Andrew P June 06, 2018 6:31 am UTC
A village with 77 people having an inn and a mayor? Also most rural villages even with the use of plant growth should be mostly dedicated to food production and the vast majority of artisans should be in the nearby towns. 9 Artisan families in a village of 57 families that specializes in corn and beef is too much.
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Rich H August 13, 2017 5:41 pm UTC
I would like to see the full size preview for this, but I get this error when I try to do so:

Resource Not PDF (file=177004-village.png, ext=.png) not found.

I've enjoyed your other products, but need to see the preview for this before buying. Thanks!
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M.T. B August 13, 2017 9:49 pm UTC
Hmmm... strange. I'll have to have a look at how the files are uploaded. In terms of a preview, the list of villages in the description text above is exactly what this is - a list of 900 villages with descriptions like that.
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M.T. B April 30, 2016 11:12 pm UTC
Rather than "artisans", I'm thinking a better term would be "tradesmen", covering merchants, shopkeepers, artisans, craftsman and other trades. I may update the document to make this change, but am happy to hear contrary opinions.
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