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Freeport: The City of Adventure

Freeport: The City of Adventure

Softcover, B&W Book (8.5" x 11")

Ten Fathoms Deep
On The Road to Hell!
elcome to Freeport, the city that launched a thousand campaigns! Since the day that 3E debuted, Freeport
has provided adventure and excitement for d20 players across the globe. Freeport: The City of Adventure is
the climax of two years of work, the defi nitive guidebook to the most larcenous city in fantasy. Within these
covers, the former pirate haven comes to life in prose and illustration. Each page overfl ows with rich detail
and practical information—all the information you need to make Freeport your campaign’s home port! Freeport: The
City of Adventure, an indispensable sourcebook for Gamemasters and players alike, includes:
• A stunning poster map of the city by award-winning cartographer Todd Gamble.
• A treasure trove of new feats, spells, and magic items.
• Two new prestige classes: the Freeport Pirate and the Crime Boss.
• A deeper look at Freeport’s history and society.
• A district-by-district breakdown of the city.
• Dozens of unique locations.
• Fabulous art from Kyle Anderson, Toren “Macbin” Atkinson, Andrew Baker,
Paul Carrick, Marcio Fiorito, David Griffi th, Rob Hinds, Jonathan Hunt,
Chris Keefe, Steve Lawton, Sam Wood, Todd Gamble, and Rob Lee
• Full game stats for important NPCs.
• Hundreds of adventure hooks.
• And a touch of cosmic horror!
Freeport can be used in any campaign setting, and what world wouldn’t benefi t
from rapacious privateers, cannibal cults, and shape-changing serpent people?
Freeport, where every block brings danger and every day may be your last. Do you
have what it takes to master the City of Adventure?

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File Last Updated:
January 05, 2016
This title was added to our catalog on June 29, 2018.