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AD&D underdwellers in WD.

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I remember an article in the British roleplaying magazine White Dwarf, before it succumbed completely to wargaming, that was about the AD&D folk that could dwell under cities on barges that travel underground canals. Some of these folk may have fungal infections that turn them green... And I also remember a map of an underground quay printed in green, I think. Can any of the older gamers here point me in the direction of what issue of White Dwarf it was? :-/

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Thanks a lot, Vile.;t) Funny how the memory slowly alters small details over time, like the colour of an article.

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You're welcome! There was also a deck plan for a typical sewer-dweller's barge in that article.

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I remember having that issue. The DM at the time used it for a city thieving campaign. My character got extremely drunk at the annual winding ceremony for the clockwork barges and had most of his kit pinched. Happy days.

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I remember having that issue. The DM at the time used it for a city thieving campaign. My character got extremely drunk at the annual winding ceremony for the clockwork barges and had most of his kit pinched. Happy days.

The wind up barge engines would make the background useable with Victorian steampunk too.

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I just remembered the wind-up barge made a come-back in one of the Reaching Moon issues, in a scenario based on Apocalypse Now.

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