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Odd Places that Make Decent Locations in Game


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Hand of Evil

Adventurer
Pyote Air Force Base 220px-Pyoteab-1.jpg

Also called Rattlesnake Bomber Base - this was a stop my dad and I made on your way to Round Valley. At a rest stop, there was a sign that told you why it was called rattlesnake, yes a lot of rattlesnakes in the area. During building, the found hollow spaces under a thin layer of sand, these hollow space where den to rattlesnake, lots of rattlesnakes, 10s of thousands. I could not find reference to the number on-line and wish I took pics of the information but thought it was interesting.
 

Eltab

Lord of the Hidden Layer
Barcelona, Spain has a number of buildings designed by Gaudi. Gaudi loved curves and colors. His biggest building is the Sacra Familia cathedral.* In town, he also designed some apartment buildings and houses for the wealthy. He planned out what was supposed to become a suburb (in the 1920s) but it never took off. The completed 'model house' looks like the winning entry in a Gingerbread House contest, life-sized.

For D&D purposes, making a neighborhood of Gaudi buildings would be a unique (and hopefully memorable) place to adventure through.

* 100 years a-building and still not finished. Although the City DID finally send over the construction permits!
 









niklinna

Looking for group
I'm running a Vampire 5th edition chronicle set in modern day San Francisco. The Malkavian primogen is very religious and I was hoping I could find an abandoned church for him to live in. And I did! Sort of. Thanks to the wonders of the internet I came across the Church of 8 Wheels which is a very large former Roman Catholic church which was converted in a roller rink.

The primogen is very old and religious but when I found this skating ring it changed how I envisioned the character. Instead of being a fire and brimstone type of preacher I made him kind of a hippie. He's nearly 1,000 years old but he was influenced by hippie Christianity in the 1960s and 70s. He's a holy rollerskating vampire.

Anyone have a real life location serving as an influence for their game? Any setting.
I've lived right around the corner from that church for 10 years—and still haven't gone roller skating there.
 


Dannyalcatraz

Schmoderator
Staff member
Damn! Too many of my links have gon dead. Might have to correct that at some future point…

But in the meantime:

The Ark of Bukhara in Uzbekistan

Matsumoto Castle, Japan

Eltz Castle, Germany

Sumela Monastery, Turkey
 







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