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I got an answer by Ed Greenwood (one of the authors of Murder in Baldur's Gate and... seriously, you should know who he is). Here's what he had to say: You've got it right: with the established part of Baldur's Gate CRAMMED into the bowl that descends to the river, and with the population of the city growing by leaps and bounds, and with a constant ...


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Traveling by sea might have been really dangerous - not more than traveling by land in certain areas - mostly because of living hazards. Crews that do not pay homage and make sacrifices to Umberlee, or that are not protected by Valkur or Shaundakul, might be ambushed by creatures of the deep, and the same goes for enemies of the Society of the Kraken. Some ...


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For strict 5E material, you should stick to Momonga-sama's answer . But if you're still in need of ideas and inspiration, you could consider acquiring the Menzoberranzan: City of Intrigue supplement (may be hard to get a physical copy, but PDF is also available). Chapter 4 in this supplement is devoted to the City of Spiders, spanning around 20 pages. This ...



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