Skullport was first detailed as an area in the Ruins of Undermountain boxed set, which . This is nothing new to AD&D, but that doesn’t make it any less ugly. Waterdeep is a fictional city-state that forms part of a Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game campaign setting called the Forgotten Realms. It is a port. AD&D Forgotten Realms Skullport has 22 ratings and 0 reviews. Directly below glorious Waterdeep, adjacent to infamous Undermountain, lies.
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Wake of the Ravager Dark Sun Online: Add of the Underdarkfeatures Waterdeep and Undermountain in the first levels of the game. Start Free Trial or Sign In to see what it’s worth. Brian Chafin is currently reading it May 13, Refresh and try again. Marijan rated it really liked it Jun 23, Directly below glorious Waterdeep, adjacent to infamous Undermountain, lies a city where good and evil put aside their eternal conflict to live and let live: Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: Tim rated it liked it Jan 15, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Despite its size, the inhabitants of Waterdeep are described as largely benevolent and ethically good-natured people.
Under a moldering tangle of catwalks threaded between the stalacites and stalagmites of the cavern city, illithids, drow, beholders, and others plot and trade with emissaries from the surface. Skullport is a city that lies more than a mile beneath Waterdeep.
The first mention of a Waterdeep not as a city, but as a collection of warlords occurs around DR. Don Rosso marked it as to-read Jan 04, This was the year that the Magisters [ clarification needed ] were established and the secret Lords of Waterdeep were firmly reestablished. Kara added it Jul 10, John somers rated it really liked it Dec 03, The city-state of Waterdeep is documented in several publications that support the Forgotten Realms campaign setting.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The city government consists of a cryptocracy of mostly anonymous individuals known as the Masked Lords of Waterdeep. BookDB marked it as to-read Sep 24, 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.
Skullport (AD&D/Forgotten Realms: Undermountain Campaign)
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Wizards of the Coast. It is a known fact [ citation needed ] that Piergeiron the Paladinson, Warden of Waterdeep and Commander of the Watch, whose golden-spired palace dominates the center of the city, is a member of the Lords.
Lists with This Ad&dd. The city was truly established as a growing concern by DR, the year Ahghairon became the first Lord of Waterdeep, and the date from which Northreckoning is counted.
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 ad&v.
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Also included in this lot are 5 Magazines containing articles about the Underdark. Denise Macpherson marked it as to-read Sep 09, Beyond these listed conjecture swings widely as to who is a Lord and who is not. Matt added it Jan 24, Return to Book Page. The mighty mage Ahghairon then overthrew the last of the War Lords and established a government based on wisdom instead of armed might, skullpot he ruled the city with a group of masked Lords who were secretly selected to govern.
Piergeiron chairs the Court and asks all questions, for the Lords speak through him. The Lords appear in public only in the Lords’ Court, hearing all cases of murder, treason, misuse of magic, and appeals from lower courts. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Mac Mathghamhna rated it it was ok Jan 06, Krista Kuhl added it Jan 31, Shattered Lands Dark Sun: Beholder Drow dark elf Githyanki Illithid mind flayer Lich. In chambers the Lords all appear similarly masked and robed, their robes formless and black, with black capes, and their masks completely covering the head and face. Erin marked it as to-read Oct 11, Davide Viscovich rated it really liked it Apr 14, Fictional city-states Forgotten Realms cities.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. These hidden Lords of Waterdeep maintain their identities behind magical masks; while they rule in public, none know the true identities of most of them. Waterdeep is ruled by a council whose membership is largely secret.
Remy Verhoeve rated it it was ok Jun 25, For other uses, see Waterdeep disambiguation. Humans, dwarveselveshalflingshalf-elvesgnomeshalf-orcs. Abner rated it really liked it Nov 16,