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Extraordinary Inns & Taverns
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Casey M. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 02/24/2019 17:52:15

This supplement is thoughtfully written and obviously crafted with a great amount of care. Its refreshing to find a supplement so rich in life and narrative. Each Inn & Tavern has its own story and personality while each NPC inside adds another layer of depth and intrigue. The best locations become characters themselves. I'm very particular about "plug-n-play" additions into my homebrew world campaign as I want everything to feel rich narratively and I can say emphatically that I'd have no hesitation about using any of the Inns & Taverns in this product to supplement my worlds. In fact, I plan to! Great work, eager to see more great projects in the future!



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Extraordinary Inns & Taverns
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Matthew B. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 02/24/2019 13:07:32

There are numerous modules on inns and taverns on the DMs Guild, but this one definitely stands out with its unique and charming locations and a host of NPCs and plot hooks associated with each one. The quaint description of the first tavern, the Oaken Arms, is exactly what you'd hope to find in coming across such a tavern or inn in real life, and sets a great tone for reading through the rest of the book. I definitely recommend purchasing this.



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Extraordinary Inns & Taverns
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Richard M. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 02/23/2019 17:07:29

This is an excellent resource for DMs looking for world/city building ideas. It is detailed, with NPCs of those who work there or are regulars, prices for goods and services, and contains a number of interesting adventure hooks for each of the inns/taverns included.

The themes of them are excellent, too - nothing too outlandish, the sorts of things that would fit into pretty much any campaign, high fantasy or low - but they are imaginative and varied - each of the 10 is distinct from the others, and has a definite feel to it that players will engage with and remember.

I've been spending the last few days looking for just such a resource, and while there are some things available on the DM's Guild (some long lists of names, with basic information - essentially results from random tavern generators formatted, or some reasonably good things on single inns/taverns), nothing I've come across is as good as this. I think it's a bargain.

My only slightly negative comment is a personal taste thing, regarding the maps - they're isometric, and very pretty, but from my perspective having a standard top-down grid would be useful for encounters. I can, of course, just draw those out on a battlemat as the maps are certainly clear enough (and they are grid based).



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