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Powers that Be:
Councilor Remorga


Written by: Fred Wolke
Illustrated by: Hannah M.G. Shapero
Page Count: 10 pages + cover & character card

Written by E.N.World community member Fred Wolke (you might know him as Vaxalon, however), and fantastically illustrated by Hannah M.G. Shapero, this PDF details a single member of a magical medieval city council, Lord Visatto Remorga, with his full stats, background, relationships regarding the other council members, roleplaying hints and cronies.

Running a game in an urban setting? Slipping towards politics & intrigue? Want to know who runs the show above the local guildmasters?

Councilor Remorga also has a colour illustrated card designed to be shown to the players, with the character's notes on the back for the GM to refer to. Also included is a map of the palace grounds and first floor, along with descriptions of the grounds and a portion of the ground floor.

The institutions developed and described in the "Powers that Be" line are designed to be easily placed in any major fantasy or magical medieval city. While "Everyone Else" detailed everyone else needed to populate a city, "Powers that Be" details specific institutions and characters within them.


Councilor Remorga is but one of eight councilors fully detailed in Powers that Be: City Council.


 
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Edition
1.0
Publisher Stock #
ENP-3006
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1.37 MB
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File Last Updated:
January 15, 2004
This title was added to our catalog on January 15, 2004.