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Added sheet with calculating cost of waterdavian buildings.

Calculator

Added some charts about structure of Waterdeep;s Armed Forces and some Factions. Examples are presented below

City Watch

Organisational Chart of City Watch

City Guard

City Watch variant

Organisational Chart of City Watch

guard

City Guard

armed forces

Structure of Armed Forces

Harpers

It's still work in progress project for my homebrew campagin but already usable. It contains information about Waterdeep in table usable by DMs . I am trying to get all info from 5e sourcebooks (with links) and latest novels about city and also use older sourcebooks.

Mostly canonical information. Also used some info from  oakthorne.net/ 

Content:

Guilds

Noble Houses and Families - ~100 Noble Houses with description

Churches and Orders 

Full Code Legal

Buildings - almost all known buildings in Waterdeep >800 

Known figures in Waterdeep - list of 400 NPCs  >900 

Tables of Random Encounters, Prices, Taxes etc., with Day and Night Scenes

Current version: 0.9.9 (Updated 03.05.2020) 

Changelog: 

03.05.2020  - 0.9.9 - a lot of changes, added charts, info about some faction members, reshaped some tables

18.02.2020 - 0.9.4 - a lot of changes, added links to oakthorne.net/ (amazing wiki, I strongly recomend)

23,08,2019 - 0.8.1 - added some info, some editing

20.10.2018 - 0.5.0 - minor tweaks, tables about waterdeep wines, minor edits in persons and organizations, tables from Durnan's Guide.

03.10.2018 - 0.4.5 - Added information about NPCs from DDAL08-01/02/03, formatting, minor fixes

23.09.2018 - 0.4.3 - Added information about some NPCs. Still a lot of work is needed.

Before

Added information about languages, holidays, two calendars 

Still need to do: moon calendar in calendar, full list of NPC, random encounters and generators

file format: Microsoft Excel, *.xlsx


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Joseph C January 13, 2020 7:21 am UTC
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Hey there. So, I found a whole bunch of content from my website (oakthorne.net) in your material. You didn't credit me at all, nor did you get permission to use it. Please be kind enough to remove original material from my wiki from your materials, if you would. Thank you.
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Anton P January 14, 2020 11:00 pm UTC
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Sure, i will do it in next update (week or more).
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Anton P February 17, 2020 3:38 am UTC
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I deleted majority of your content i beleive and placed links . I hope you you will satisfied.

and thank you for your wiki - it really inspires
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Irene R January 11, 2019 1:53 pm UTC
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I'm looking at the noble tab and in holdings you get a coordinate system (or I think the N35 is a coordinate). Do you have a link to the map that shows this coordinates? Trying to locate some holdings of a couple of families
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Anton P January 15, 2019 8:47 pm UTC
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It's tag system from 3.5 ed book "City of Splendors". I can recommend to use this one map http://www.candlekeep.com/downloads/ez_waterdeep.zip
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Anton P September 11, 2018 5:30 am UTC
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Updated
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John R D July 13, 2018 1:17 am UTC
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My mistake. I found it had all been loaded on to my Open Office 4 and is all available.
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Anton P July 13, 2018 8:22 am UTC
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It's ok. And i am sorry for such situation with my name)
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John R D July 12, 2018 11:50 pm UTC
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My computer OS is Vista Pro. Your data won't load or read properly. All P get is a columnar sheet with Anton's name on it.
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