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51. Waterworks
This stone vault of a house is the residence of the Waterman family. They jealousy guard their cistern and their bottle of too much water. Beneath this building are pipes to farms and wells that they get paid for.

Resources: Water of course. Also, if someone tries to poison the water or mess with the pipes, the Watermans will hire adventurers to put a stop to it. The patriarch, Benjamin, keeper of the bottle, can get someone out of jail. His wife, Betsy, the purifier of water also can cast raise dead.

In arid regions the Watermans may be more important than the water tower and the town hall put together.


Hello Doily
This store sells lace doilies, table cloths, and trim. The apartment above the shop are pretty much an old lady retirement home as they weave most of the lace.

Resources: Well placed trim can turn standard clothing into a courtiers outfit. The silk pieces are valuable enough to be enchanted in their own right.


Goth Guru wrote:

52.Hello Doily

This store sells lace doilies, table cloths, and trim. The apartments above the shop are pretty much an old lady retirement home as they weave most of the lace.

Resources: Well placed trim can turn standard clothing into a courtiers outfit. The silk pieces are valuable enough to be enchanted in their own right.

I fixed it.


53. The Grey Ossuary
Beneath the city an odd xorn collects all the written material it can find and imbeds it in the stone, in a pattern only it understands. Uz can find and retrieve all kinds of old newspapers and pamphlets - rarely books - and may do so for gems or crystals (not necessarily the most valuable, perfect salt crystals may do), or for news from back home on the elemental plane of earth.


54. The All Knowing Trash Heap
Passing through a park area overseen or occupied by a family of three ogres or thawns (depending on setting), visitors can gain audience with Marjore, the All Knowing Trash Heap (oytugh oracle 6). She is accompanied by her awakened rat minions, Phylo and Gunge, and can either serve as purveyor of "potions" (edible pieces of garbage infused with a spell effect delivered upon consumption) or simply a provider of great wisdom. She is known as the "trash heap" because Marjore has formed a symbiotic relationship with the pile of garbage that perpetually surrounds her. Visitors seeking her aid are required to bring payment for Marjore's services along with some bit of trash to add to the heap.


54-The ogres are probably part giant and have class levels.
If you haven't seen the show, the father thinks he's at war with an imaginary enemy.


55:Wood Mill
There is a wind mill on top and a water wheel below. It runs on both wind and a stream from the water works.
Resources: With both a large and small buzz saws, planers, lathes, and suchlike they can sell all sorts of wooden goods.

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