Trending pages. Xanathar’s Thieves’ Guild · Skulls of Skullport. All items (14). Lords of Waterdeep: Scoundrels of Skullport is an expansion for the Lords of. 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. Yuan-ti purebloods.

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Denise Macpherson marked it as to-read Sep 09, There are a couple of ways to get there, actually. In addition to the yuan-ti who travel via the portal to Skullport, Zstulkk Ssarmn happily welcomes pureblood and tainted one spies from Chult who realmx to Skullport via merchant ships operated by the Rundeen see pages in the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting.

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AD&D Forgotten Realms Skullport by Joseph Wolf

Right now, they are in Waterdeep. A party of adventurers controlled by the player is dispatched to investigate, but becomes trapped following a cave-in of a sewer tunnel.


Hordes of the Underdarkfeatures Waterdeep and Undermountain in the first levels of the game. Remy Verhoeve rated it it was ok Jun 25, A successful DC 30 Spot check enables a character to notice it from a ship’s deck; characters actively scanning for it can find it with a successful DC 20 Search check.

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Undermountain is a vast labyrinth of caverns in the Underdark under the area of Waterdeep. Despite its size, the siullport of Waterdeep are described as largely benevolent and ethically good-natured people. Retrieved from ” https: Jake K rated it it was ok Aug 19, Tim rated it really liked it Aug 26, InWizards of the Coast published a German-style board game Lords of Waterdeep that is set in the city.

Over the years these successful merchants set up guilds sjullport themselves become nobility, supporting the secretive Lords of Waterdeep who police the city fairly, by means of the well-trained city guard soldierscity watch policeand over 20 black-robed magistrates.

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Is the Castle Waterdeep cellar open to the public? I hadn’t heard about the Corkscrew, and I can’t find mention of it in the FR wiki. The city grew rapidly, such that by DR both the City of the Dead—a sprawling cemetery complex— [4] and the various trade guilds had been developed. LuAnn Crim marked it as to-read Jun 18, Sign up using Email and Password.


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Having only recently completed his temple to Sseth, Zstulkk is working hard to increase the numbers of yuan-ti in his employ. Mac Mathghamhna rated it it was ok Jan 06, Triggering the portal requires no special key, just extraordinary confidence on the part of the ship’s pilot: Waterdeep is named for its outstanding natural deepwater harbor, which has made the city a commercial crossroads.

Scott Andrews rated it really liked it Apr 16, The first mention of a Waterdeep not as a city, but as a collection of warlords occurs around DR. It is possible to navigate your way down through the layers of Undermountain manually. Skullport is on the third underground level of the Undermountain complex directly beneath Waterdeep and Mount Waterdeepalso known as “The Sargauth Skullpirt, named after the subterranean river that passes through it and Skullport is built on.

Martin, Juliaskulllport. Travelers emerge from thin air right in front of the entrance to the temple — and right under the watchful eyes of two halfblood guards.