8 edition of Skullport (AD&D Fantasy Roleplaying, Forgotten Realms) found in the catalog.
June 1, 1998
by TSR Inc.
Written in English
|Contributions||Julia Martin (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
- Skullport (2e) - Forgotten Realms | Book cover and interior art for Advanced Dungeons and Dragons - Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, D&D, DND, AD&D. About Lords of Waterdeep Expansion: Scoundrels of Skullport. Scoundrels of Skullport adds TWO new expansions to the Lords of Waterdeep board game — Undermountain and Skullport — inspired by the vast dungeon and criminal haven under s can choose to include one or both expansions in a Lords of Waterdeep game. The expansions also allow the addition of a sixth player.
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In Skullport, there isn't much room for growth or new beginnings. The city is static. Desloate. Unchanging. It is abandoned by all hope and home to some of the most vicious criminals and thugs in all of Faerûn. Despite all that, it seems like in the depths of the city of despair, a small adventurer's guild, called the Аboveboard Underground Mercenary Company (Above& Under for short) is. Lords of Waterdeep Expansion: Scoundrels of Skullport by Thompson, Rodney and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
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If you want a book that goes into the history and personalities of Skullport in any real depth, I highly recommend buying eponymously titled AD&D 2nd Edition setting book Skullport.
This book is nearly pages of history, lore, characters, maps, and locations that expertly establish Skullport book Port of Shadow as a believable hive of scum and : James Haeck.
This page book contains: Maps and general information about the three layers and four wards of Skullport.
Descriptions of over notable sites in the wards. A partial map of the dungeons of Skullport – where the Skulls throw the folk they let live. Descriptions of notable NPCs and power groups of ISBN The art in this book is amazing. It is a must if you are running a campaign in Undermountain. Compared to the few paragraphs written about Skullport in The Undermountain boxed set series this book blew me away.
It tells about many NPCs and taverns; it also provides some Skullport book pictures to 4/5(3). Skullport was the sixth and final supplement covering Undermountain for AD&D second edition.
However, there have been returns to Undermountain in the more recent editions, most notably in Expedition to Undermountain () for 3e, Halls of Undermountain () for 4e, and the first D&D Encounters: "Undermountain: Halaster's Lost Apprentice" ()/5(8).
Skullport is a city that lies more than a mile beneath Waterdeep. Skullport is a lawless place of slave traders, pirates, and demi-humans, where illithids, drow, beholders and other less savory creatures traffic with merchants and buccaneers from the surface.
This settlement was detailed in the supplement Skullport, written by Joseph C. (s): Humans, dwarves, elves, halflings, half-elves. AD&D Forgotten Realms Skullport book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Directly below glorious Waterdeep, adjacent to infamous Un /5. Note that the passage that runs alongside the Sargauth connects to the south side of Skullport, which doesn't exist on DotMM's Skullport map even though it does exist on the level 3 map (that part does seem like an oversight).
I also found a website with a pdf scan of an old official Skullport adventure book. Anyway, I wanted to know in what sourcebook it appeared, because I only own the 2E Skullport book and there's no mention of it. \$\endgroup\$ – Roflo May 7 '17 at 1 \$\begingroup\$ @Roflo I don't have the original source, but it is on the FR wiki.
My party have just finished the Skullport arc you wrote, and I must say, loved it. Especially as they sent the only non-Undercommon speaker to negotiate with the kua-toa, inadvertently betrayed the Harpers to the Guild, and made the town guard cry.
You've brought so much more to this than 4 dry pages in the main book!/5(18). The art in this book is amazing. It is a must if you are running a campaign in Undermountain.
Compared to the few paragraphs written about Skullport in The Undermountain boxed set series this book blew me away. It tells about many NPCs and taverns; it also provides some great pictures to 4/5. "Skullport: Dragon Swindle is an expertly produced Dragon Heist hack that is guaranteed fun for everyone involved." - Realmwarp Media review Experience Waterdeep: Dragon Heist in an entirely new way with this reimagining of the campaign!.
Tackle Dragon Heist's campaign in an entirely different city, the criminal haven of Skullport.; Join factions from Skullport's lore, including the Keepers /5(10). Scoundrels of Skullport ™ is the ﬁrst expansion set for the Lords of Waterdeep™ board game. This expansion contains two new game modules, Undermountain and Skullport, each of which can be added to the base game to expand and alter the experience.
Each module includes new Lord, Quest, and Intrigue cards, as well as new Buildings, related. When someone opens the book, they must make a DC 16 intelligence saving throw or fall into a trance for either 2d6 hours, or until the book is pulled from their hands, whichever comes first.
They become immune to this effect if they've been entranced at least once. Scoundrels of Skullport adds brand new content for the award-winning, bestselling board game, Lords of ’s not one, but two, complete expansions: the sprawling dungeon of Undermountain and the criminal haven of Skullport.
Each thrilling location has unique characteristics and offers new play options, including new Lords, Buildings, Intrigue and Quest cards. However, that's all just a drop in the bucket compared to what's in Skullport, a massive book that contains more material than had ever been suspected about the underground realm.
Future History. Skullport was the sixth and final supplement covering Undermountain for AD&D second edition/5(8). Buy a cheap copy of AD&D(r) Forgotten Realms(r) Skullport book by Joseph Wolf. Let this level of Undermountain come alive.
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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. Encounters. Like Waterdeep, Dragon Swindle follows a series of eight encounters, all of which are expertly crafted and balanced.
The season mechanics are similar, but in my opinion better because of the unique way seasons pass in Skullport. What Didn’t. Requirements. You can’t run this without the official Dragon Heist book. You probably. Lords of Waterdeep is a German-style board game designed by Peter Lee and Rodney Thompson and published by Wizards of the Coast in The game is set in Waterdeep, a fictional city in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game.
Players take the role of masked rulers of Waterdeep, deploying agents and hiring adventurers to complete quests and .From the Back of the Book: Skullport, the Port of Shadow, is perhaps the best kept secret in all the Sword Coast North.
A mile and a half beneath the orderly streets of Waterdeep squats the most wretched and lawless pits of thieves, buccaneers, slavers, and sellswords the Realms has to offer. Under a moldering tangle of catwalks threaded between the stalactites and stalagmites of the cavern /Lords of Waterdeep: Scoundrels of Skullport Expansion.
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