By Paul Kidd
The ranger and the faerie are back!
Fresh from their stumble upon at White Plume Mountain, the Justicar and Escalla are as a way to Hommlet. yet lifestyles round a pixie is rarely precisely . . . solid. Escalla is drawn into the intrigues of the faerie court docket. sooner than he is aware it, to save lots of her existence the Justicar is on his manner into the depts of the earth to struggle hobgoblins, drow, and the queen of the demonweb pits.
For an adventurer, it's all in a day's work.
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Most Waterdhavians are slow to take fright unless facing magic or monsters; a human threatening them is quite likely to be stared at calmly, or even sneered at. Lecherous and drunken behavior, as strange manners of speech or customs, tend to be tolerated. If a drunken outlander makes a coarse suggestion to a Waterdhavian who doe not find it amusing or inviting, the suggestion will merely be ignored. If repeated, the Waterdhavian will leave if he or she wishes to, or simply state his or her disinterest or lack of appreciation.
There is no such thing as “not in fashion” in the City of Splendors, when it comes to dress. Beings of almost all races may be seen in the City, too. ” MANNERS Again, the cosmopolitan nature of the City of Splendors makes Waterdhavians very tolerant. They tend to be talkative, friendly, easygoing, and outspoken, but do not expect others to be. Good Waterdhavian merchants are very quick to sense how those they meet like to speak and be spoken to (so that they can make business deals with speed and to mutual advantage and pleasure), and slow to take offense.
Guilds have widely varying degrees of influence, but no official precedence; they are numbered below purely for ease of reference. Guild ranks vary, but usually, from the top down, they are Master (or head); Elders or Council (if they have a say in governing Guild matters), usually senior members; spokesman or contact person for the public; Member; Apprentice/Prentice/ Novice (the term varies from guild to guild, as do the powers and dues of this rank consult individual Guild entries). A Short Guide to Guild Portfolios This alphabetical list of goods and services will aid DMs in finding the guilds relevant to any PC activities.
Descent into the Depths of the Earth (Greyhawk Classics) by Paul Kidd