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To Account for Ships and Sailors

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Looking for a single nautical supplement for your campaign? You have come to the right place!

To Account for Ships and Sailors is a single 8 page supplement that contains tools for the DM to randomly create a Ship name, npcs and crew! The Supplement also contains a d20 table for random non-combat narrative encounters to bulk out the journey and avoid everyone sitting around in the ship getting in the crews way!


Here are a couple of examples of what can be generated in less than 30 seconds:

The Crimson Dawn. Captained by Toby Stoury, an enthusatic human. The players encounter heavy storms, try their hand at fishing and help the chef to preapre a fresh catch.


The Silent Justice. Captained by Ellin Brightboard, a straight talking dwarf. The players encounter rough waters, a one-eyed seabird and whispers in the night. 


At the end of your voyage there is a table for outcomes based on your reputation with the captain and crew, do they give you a discount on the voyage or do they blacklist your name and spread vile rumours about you in the local docks?!


To Acount for Ships and Sailors contains:

12 NPC's with interchanagle personalities.

A D20 by D20 table of ship names.

A D20 table of random non-combat encoutners.

A reputation outcome table.

A d6 table of hooks for more significant encounters such as being shipwrecked or dealing with a mutiny!

All in under 8 pages.

A perfect supplemet for some improv ships and nautical encounters in your campaign.

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This title was added to our catalog on April 30, 2020.