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Urban Encounters for Neverwinter

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EXPLORE NEVERWINTER

for the first time in fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons!


The D&D 5e campaigns centered on Baldur’s Gate and Waterdeep provide more than enough information to run exciting adventures in those famed Sword Coast cities, but Neverwinter, the Jewel of the North, has not been thoroughly explored in this edition! This major city of the Forgotten Realms is featured on maps in Dragon of Icespire Peak and Lost Mine of Phandelver-- campaigns written for new Dungeon Masters, but they do not include any support for budding heroes who decide to visit! Therefore, the purpose of this supplement is to provide some background on Neverwinter and twenty fun encounters to bring your urban adventures to life!

  • 1-page summary of Neverwinter lore, and locations!
  • Full page Neverwinter map with high-res download!
  • 50+ names for improvising NPCs!
  • 20 urban encounters with linked statblocks (just in case)!

Each encounter contains boxed text to be read aloud and additional information for you to share and augment as needed. They can be used day or night for any level of play, and with minor changes these encounters can be used for any city!

Check out the in-depth video review on the Bob World Builder YouTube channel!
(embedded below on the desktop version of this webpage after 9/9/2020)


 
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Danja F September 09, 2020 3:41 pm UTC
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Hey Bob

The Pdf shows only 5 pages. Is that correct? No links, no monsters or stats?

Thanks
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Robert M September 15, 2020 12:34 am UTC
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The preview does not show the last pages. And monsters/stats are linked via their names in the text. See the blue underlined words in the preview :)
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Paul T September 09, 2020 2:45 pm UTC
Nice to get some NW content. I still can not understand, why they havent had players go there. Heck, we got one Baldur's Gate book but you're only their for 3 sessions. Bob keep up the work.
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Robert M September 15, 2020 12:37 am UTC
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Thanks PRT! Yeah according to the main story designer for that book, Baldur’s Gate was an after thought to help promote the video game and vice-versa. I’m sure WotC will take us to Neverwinter soon. It’s one of the last major locations on the Sword Coast! But we’ll see. Never know what they could be planning!
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Scott B September 09, 2020 12:55 pm UTC
Hey Bob, is the colour version of the map used in the video in this pdf aswell?
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Robert M September 09, 2020 2:22 pm UTC
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The full color version shown in the video is a WotC map, and I did not have permission to use it here unfortunately. You should be able to find it with a quick Google search for "Neverwinter Map."
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