(One-Page City) Samurbia, City of Scheming Swords

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(One-Page City) Samurbia, City of Scheming Swords

Postby Geordie Racer » Thu May 28, 2009 6:44 pm

Brash warriors, power-hungry sorcerers, wily rogues, cynical sell-swords, nobles in exile, scheming merchants, fatalistic priests…all are welcome in the ancient city of…

Samurbia
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Re: (One-Page City) Samurbia, City of Scheming Swords

Postby bat » Thu May 28, 2009 7:47 pm

WOW! Thank you for the pdf, that is truly superb.
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Re: (One-Page City) Samurbia, City of Scheming Swords

Postby MikeD » Thu May 28, 2009 7:49 pm

Great work! This is excellent.
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Re: (One-Page City) Samurbia, City of Scheming Swords

Postby MachFront » Fri May 29, 2009 2:26 am

Ah. Inspired by Zulgyan's Enharza, I see. :)

Excellent! I'll quite happily swipe this one too.

Oh, and for those who aren't already familar:
Zulgyan's ENHARZA
and
Zulgyan's The One-Page Manifesto
8-)
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Re: (One-Page City) Samurbia, City of Scheming Swords

Postby Geordie Racer » Fri May 29, 2009 9:40 am

Enharza is excellent, Samburbia was my way of expressing appreciation. David had many ideas, one was the concept - 'the PCs actions should be able to affect the city', and I took it from there. :D
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Re: (One-Page City) Samurbia, City of Scheming Swords

Postby Geordie Racer » Sun May 31, 2009 3:04 am

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Re: (One-Page City) Samurbia, City of Scheming Swords

Postby MachFront » Sun May 31, 2009 4:02 am

More awesomeness! :D

I'm gonna have to run a weird-fantasy meets Thieves' World sorta game with all these gritty and odd cities...
Sheesh. How will I ever run all the games I wanna? Well, it'll be fun tryin'.
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Re: (One-Page City) Samurbia, City of Scheming Swords

Postby Geordie Racer » Sun May 31, 2009 5:53 am

Cheers! -just fixed an error on the encounters - now added +1 to roll if bounty hunters after PCs :)
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Re: (One-Page City) Samurbia, City of Scheming Swords

Postby JR Johnson » Sun May 31, 2009 7:31 am

All these one page cities are great, as is Zulgyan's one-page manifesto. I've done something similar for my own campaign, the main difference being that I've focused on a single district of the city, so that I can key all of the houses and add a bit more detail. My plan in the long run is to build the whole city up district by one-page district, though to start off with I think just one will do fine.
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Re: (One-Page City) Samurbia, City of Scheming Swords

Postby MikeD » Sun May 31, 2009 9:14 am

JR Johnson wrote:All these one page cities are great, as is Zulgyan's one-page manifesto. I've done something similar for my own campaign, the main difference being that I've focused on a single district of the city, so that I can key all of the houses and add a bit more detail. My plan in the long run is to build the whole city up district by one-page district, though to start off with I think just one will do fine.



That is a great idea too. I may have to do that for my vile city of Vendja. I haven't touched Vendja in months, but this may spark my interest again.
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