FORGOTTEN REALMS SKULLPORT PDF

Trending pages. Xanathar’s Thieves’ Guild · Skulls of Skullport. All items (14). Lords of Waterdeep: Scoundrels of Skullport is an expansion for the Lords of. Nhyris D’Hothek was a yuan-ti slaver who possessed the Crown of Horns prior to the Spellplague. Nhyris was a slaver living in Skullport, working under his uncle Zstulkk Ssarmn of the Iron Ring. Yuan-ti purebloods.

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Gerald rated it liked it Jul 25, Jason added it Dec 10, Most of them do not have their exact realmss, natures, or where they connect to specified, so feel free to be creative here.

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The South Sea Caves: Since that time, the city has continued to grow and prosper. From the cavern floor, a small step pyramid rises like a coiled serpent, its stone walls carved with more reptilian imagery. Skullport is a lawless place of slave traders, pirates, and demi-humanswhere illithidsdrowbeholders and other less savory creatures traffic with merchants and buccaneers from the surface.

Bradley Stewart marked it as to-read Dec 07, InRelams of the Coast published a German-style board game Lords of Waterdeep that is set in the city. Waterdeep was founded by local tribes who benefited from trading timber and furs with southern merchants, and the settlement’s deep harbor gave the city its name. The exact location of this is unknown, but it was intended to be an elevator shaft running from Waterdeep straight to Skullport. On such occasions there are always at least four Lords present, but sometimes six or seven are seen, and rarely as many as nine.

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Jake K rated it it was ok Aug 19, Marijan rated it really liked it Jun 23, By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. The guildmasters seized control of the city soon afterward, ushering forgottten a fotgotten of unrest and bitter conflict known as the Guildwars. Refresh and try again. Denise Foorgotten marked it as to-read Sep 09, Davide Viscovich rated it really liked it Apr 14, Post as a guest Name.

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Having only recently completed his temple to Sseth, Zstulkk is working hard to increase the numbers of yuan-ti in his employ. But, then again, since it runs from a law-abiding castle down to a smuggler’s port The Lords appear in public only in the Lords’ Court, hearing all cases of murder, treason, misuse of magic, and appeals from lower courts.

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This imposing edifice is the residence of Zstulkk Ssarmna prominent slaver and a yuan-ti abomination. The archmage Khelben “Blackstaff” Arunsun was also of the Lords, and perhaps chief among them, exceeding even Piergeiron. Beyond these listed conjecture swings widely as to who is a Lord and who is not.

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Jeremy marked it as to-read Jan 03, Caves along the western flank of Mount Waterdeep that connects the Sargauth River to the Sea of Swords by means of a series of hoists Portals: Despite its size, the inhabitants of Waterdeep are described as largely benevolent and ethically good-natured people.

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Epheros Aldor rated it it was amazing Aug 16, Mikel added it Nov 13, The City of Waterdeep was an integral part of Ed Greenwood ‘s house campaign, and is the most important city in the north of the Forgotten Realms setting. Zstulkk dreams of bringing all of Skullport under yuan-ti domination, forming the city into a serpentine city-state with himself as priest-king. As you mentioned, there is the Skull Island Portal, but it is one of several portals in and out of Skullport. Though the names of the courtesan Larissa and Texter the Paladin have been connected with the Lords, evidence exists to both prove or disprove claims that they are Lords.

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Brian Chafin is currently reading it May 13, The skull portal in the Serpent Hills leads to this humid cavern far below Skullport. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Martin, Juliaeds.

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