• Mark S. Cookman

20 Businesses to Find Along the Docks


When the ships dock at port, everyone knows there are bars filled with loose women and thirsty men. Of course, there must be some sort of a fort or barracks filled with soldiers to keep things from getting too rowdy. Beyond those things, however, what might the PC's find if they explore along the docks in a port town? This is the simple theme of this week's tables. We will start off with a list of 20 dock-side businesses.

  1. Bait and Tackle shop

  2. Rope and Sailmakers Guildhall

  3. Barber Shop

  4. The Navigators Guildhall

  5. Cooper (Barrel-Maker)

  6. Harbor Master's office

  7. Warehouses

  8. Stables

  9. Blacksmith

  10. Rope Merchant

  11. Gambling House

  12. Overland Shipping Company's Office

  13. Bakery

  14. Tattoo Shop

  15. Shipwright's Office

  16. Fancy Inn with a Superb Restaurant

  17. A Commodities Market (Fish, Lumber, Beeves, Wine, Tobacco, Ore, etc.)

  18. An Auction House

  19. Pawn Shop

  20. Map Maker

If you happen to be looking for loose women and thirsty men to fill your sea-side drinking establishments, then look no further than Tavern Workers and Shady Patrons. Both contain ready to go, rough and tumble NPC's with plot hooks just waiting for your world and both are on sale now for a limited time. Happy Gaming!

All these Characters have . . .

Pictures and Personal Descriptions

Personalities and Stats

Items, Equipment, Magic, and Treasure

A Job to do in the Tavern

An Adventure Seed for the Party

This Product Contains Adult Situations and Content – This material is for mature players only!

All these Characters have . . .

Pictures and Personal Descriptions

Personalities and Stats

Items, Equipment, Magic, and Treasure

A Reason to be in the Tavern

An Adventure Seed for the Party

This Product Contains Adult Situations and Content – This material is for mature players only!

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