Good City Adventures????

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I am looking for inspiration and set ups/encounters that could be reused for an all city-based adventure.
However, I have had a hard time remembering any official published (4th Edition or way back edition) material were a majority of the story was played out within different locations in a city.

Any suggestions on good adventures or material I should look at?

/Myrhdraak


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You could try the Shackled City Adventurepath, (3.0/3.5) or if you want something smaller, the Speaker in Dreams. (3.0) If you don't mind using Pathfinder Curse of the Crimson Throne (3.5) would be a good choice.
You could try the Shackled City Adventurepath, (3.0/3.5) or if you want something smaller, the Speaker in Dreams. (3.0) If you don't mind using Pathfinder Curse of the Crimson Throne (3.5) would be a good choice.




Curse of the Crimson Throne was great inspiration. Could potentially reuse some parts of the plotline as well with some modifications. Thanks!  

Or you could open a newspaper and pull an assortment of ideas from it that will give you an idea for adventures.

Todays News Paper: Apparently a Lion was spotted in the rural area outside the town in which I live roaming freely across a road.
Source: news.ninemsn.com.au/national/8370888/mot...
The Citadel Megadungeon: http://yellowdingosappendix.blogspot.com.au/2012/08/the-citadel-mega-dungeon-now-with-room.html
Or you could open a newspaper and pull an assortment of ideas from it that will give you an idea for adventures.

Todays News Paper: Apparently a Lion was spotted in the rural area outside the town in which I live roaming freely across a road.
Source: news.ninemsn.com.au/national/8370888/mot...



Thanks, but I was more after material that I could reuse in order to save me time. The former (ideas) I have plenty of, it is the time I currently finds lacking.  :-(
+1 for the Shackled City Adventure Path.  It's for 3.5, so if you're running 4e, you'll need to make some mechanical changes, but the adventure path itself is great.
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