A place wherein this Dwarven Cleric can share his love of maps, dice, miniatures, and all things involving gaming and general geekery--not to mention the occasional witty non-gaming observations--whilst escaping from the humdrum existence of his routine Terran existence.

Hail and Well Met, fellow traveler! May my Stronghold provide a place for enlightenment and amusement, and somewhere to keep your dice dry. Enter and rest awhile.

19 April 2013

[A to Z April] Q is for Quickvale (locale)

CN small town
Corruption: -1; Crime: +1; Economy: +3; Law: +1; Lore: +0; Society +4
Qualities: holy site, strategic location
Danger: +0


Government: Council
Population: 796 (627 humans; 71 halflings; 39 elves; 23 dwarves; 15 gnomes; 7 half-elves; 7 half-orcs; 7 other)
Notable NPCs:
  • Red Mercenary Douta Naendri: (LN female half-elf fighter 4)
  • Summoner Arak Ral Judi: (CE male human sorcerer 8)
  • Prayer Thief Jaskan Fasttalker: (CG male halfling rogue 14/wizard 5)


Courtesy of the Roleplaying City Map Generator
Base Value: 1,100 gp;
Purchase Limit: 5,000 gp;
Spellcasting: 6th
Minor Items: 3d4;
Medium Items: 1d6;
Major Items: --

Get the JPEG of the map here.
Get the PDF of the map here.

Previous "Q"s:
2012: Q is for Quickdeath (monster)
2011:Q is for Quaint Folk


Tim Shorts said...

Boric, what system are you using to stat your characters and towns?

Boric G said...

Tim: I use 3.5 (with some house rules) for my NPCs. For Quickvale I used Pathfinder. In all honestly, it was a new experience for me. I'd never done it before...but I like what Quickvale looks like.

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