The settlements and castles in the Dordogne setting are very close to one another, straddling a river where those on each side view the other with suspicion. I've been toying with the idea of messing with the local economics in the event of war and other possible game events. So there might be sudden scarcities or oversupplies of certain items. Also, considering the value and portability of the local delicacy known as fairy dust (or flakes if you must), it seems logical that it would become a kind of local currency all its own, much to the chagrin of the druid and his followers. An enterprising party might take advantage of some of the chaos or weaknesses in the local system. Out of this line of thought was born a simple, fillable PDF (it's filled out in the thumbnail example above, click it to download the original). There's a large field at the top for the name of your campaign, store, or whatever. I added a couple of extra item fields at the bottom too, for any special items that might be available.
Our sessions are currently on hold until one of the players gets his computer fixed. As I've said before, most of my gaming these days is done via video conferencing and every so often a glitch comes up. It's probably just as well though, since I might have had to excuse myself for the World Series. Come to think of it, I wonder if Nick's computer is actually fine. He does live in S.F...
Into the City of the Frog
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