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Companion Guide to Neverwinter

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Neverwinter

Aptly named the Jewel of the North, this city has finally recovered from a number of cataclysmic calamities. This guide covers important and factual locations, current history, lore & typical encounters.

Also included within this document are different shops, temples, factions and points of interest, players and DM's may want to use or explore. 

If you enjoyed this guide, please check out my campaign set in and around this diverse city. This campaign covers 150+ pages of content with hand drawn maps, character studies and enemy stats. 
Click here to try out part 1 completely free: The Sanguine Tide

If you enjoyed this please check out my other work here, with plenty of free content, as well as some great items for busy DM's.

 
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April 22nd, 2018
Meh. Pretty thin. There isn't anything in here you can't get from a variety of official D&D products. Only thing useful is a few Neverwinter city encounter tables. Wish it would have included a list of city businesses or shops. [...]
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November 8th, 2017
Whats present is very useful and helpful for coming up with quest and story archs. However, its very limiited in what content is within. It briefly describes a handful of locations, provides some good info on guilds/factions, and only mentions a few NP [...]
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July 30th, 2017
I was hoping for a lot more content. Like a lot more I think it needs more Saying that the material provided is well written [...]
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