Buildings list

Hex improvements:

  • = Cannot share a hex with another improvement
    (Q) = Benefits from Quarries
    (L) = Benefits from Logging Mills
    Aqueduct (Q)
    An Aqueduct brings water from alpine lakes and rivers to lowland cities where water is scarce or insufficient for the local populace. A finished series of Aqueduct hexes must connect to a hill or mountain hex (with a river or lake) on one end and a settlement on the other end; otherwise, you do not gain its benefit.
    Terrain: One end must be hill or mountain hex; can pass through any type of hex.
    Effect: Stability 1, Loyalty1 (eliminating lack of water penalties essentially), allows settlement to build water-dependent buildings.
    Cost: As a Road, except the cost is not doubled for hexes with rivers (see Table 4–6: Terrain and Terrain Improvements on page 214).
    • Prerequisites: Settlement must have a water shortage penalty in order to gain the benefits.
    Bridge (Q)
    A Bridge allows your Road hexes to cross rivers.
    Cost: When you build a Road in a hex that contains a river, the doubled coast of the Road includes the cost of bridges needed to cross the river. You don’t need to build a Bridge as a separate unit; it’s listed here for reference only.
    Canal (Q)
    A Canal is an artif icial waterway that allows barge traffic to haul heavy commodities.
    Terrain: Desert, hill, or plain. Must connect between two bodies of water.
    Effect: Settlements in a hex with a Canal treat the hex as if it had a river.
    Cost: Twice the cost of a Road (see Table 4–6: Terrain and
    Terrain Improvements on page 214).

Farmland*
You can develop farmlands to help sustain your kingdom’s consumption.
• Costs and Benefit: It costs 2 BP to build farmland in a grassland hex and 4 BP in a hill hex. Every farmland hex in your kingdom normally reduces your kingdom’s consumption by 2 (or by 1 during winter months).
• Prerequisites: Farmlands can be built in any grassland or hill hex.
Fishery*
A Fishery is like a Farm, except it provides abundant fish rather than planted crops.
Terrain: Coastline, water, river, or marsh. Effect: Consumption decreases by 1 BP. Cost: 4 BP.

Fort (Q)
A structure that protects strategic points. It can also serve as a garrison for an army in the field (reducing army maintenance costs).
• Costs and Benefits: It costs 24 BP to build a Fort. A fort gives stability modifier +2 and reduces unrest by 1.
• Prerequisites: Forts can be built in any hex containing a road or river.
• Special: If attacked, forts have a defense modifier of +4. If a town is built in a hex with a fort, the town automatically gains a guard tower and palisade wall. A Watchtower can be upgraded to a fort for 14BP.
Highway (Q)
A highway is a paved and well-maintained version of a Road. You may upgrade a Road into a Highway. You must have a kingdom of Size 26 or greater to build a Highway. Terrain: Any hex with a Road.
Effect: Economy +1 for every 4 hexes of Highway, Stability +1 for every 8 hexes of Highway; improves overland travel speed (Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook 172).
Cost: Twice the cost of a Road (see Table 4–6: Terrain and
Terrain Improvements on page 214).

Knight’s Estate (Q)
You can establish estates to support knights or other military retainers pledged to your service.
• Costs and Benefit: It costs 8 BP to build a knight’s estate in a grassland hex and 10 BP in a hill hex. For each estate in your kingdom, increase your stability modifier +1.
• Prerequisites: Estates can be built in any grassland or hill hex with farms. Requires a willing vassal.
• Special: Estates negate the consumption reduction the farmland in the hex provides. Estates can provide elite armies to your kingdom that do not require as much outside support. Rules for raising and maintaining armies are beyond the scope of this ruleset, but will be provided later.

Logging Camp* (W)
You can establish logging camps in forests to supply your kingdom with timber. A logging camp is situated in a single hex, but it supports logging in adjacent hexes.
• Costs and Benefit: It costs 6 BP to build a logging camp. 1 BP discount for any single wood-based development or building per month. A development can be up to halved in cost this way.
• Prerequisites: Logging camps can only be built in forest hexes with a road or river, and cannot be adjacent to another logging camp.

Mine*
You can establish mines in hills or mountains to supply your kingdom with base metals such as iron, tin and copper.
• Costs and Benefit: It costs 12 BP to build a mine on hills and 14 BP on mountains. Each generates automatic income of 1-5 BP.
• Prerequisites: Mines can only be built in hill or mountain hexes with a road or river. A hex must be assayed by a person with at least +5 Knowledge (Engineering) or Profession (Miner) (DC25) to determine whether it is suitable for a mine. Only about 20 percent of the hill or 30 % of the mountain hexes in the Stolen Lands are suitable.
Mine Resources Table: (D100)
Resource Hill % Mountain %
Adamantine (5 BP) - 1
Mithril (4 BP) - 2-3
Gold (3 BP) 1-2 4-6
Silver (2 BP) 3-5 7-10
Base (1 BP) 6-20 11-30
Orchard / Vineyard*

You can grow fruit for your kingdom in orchards and grapes for wine in vineyards.
• Costs and Benefit: It costs 6 BP to plant an orchard. Each orchard increases your economy modifier by +1. On a hex with a special fruit or berry resource, the orchard additionally generates automatic income of 1 BP.
• Prerequisites: Orchards can only be planted in grasslands or hill hexes with a road or river.
• Special: An orchard planted at the site of an existing bee yard only costs 3 BP.

Quarry*
You can establish quarries in hills or mountains to supply your kingdom with stone.
• Costs and Benefits: It costs 8 BP to build a quarry. Each quarry gives you a 1 BP discount for any single stone-based development or building per month. A development can be up to halved in cost this way • Prerequisites: Quarries can only be built in hill or mountain hexes with a road or river. A hex must be assayed by a person with at least +5 Knowledge (Engineering) or Profession (Miner) to determine whether it is suitable for a quarry. Only about 5 percent of the hill hexes and 50 percent of the mountain hexes in the Stolen Lands are suitable.

Peat Cutting*
You can cut peat in swamps to supply your kingdom with fuel.
• Costs and Benefit: It costs 9 BP to build a peat cutting area. Each peat cutting generates automatic income of 1 BP.
• Prerequisites: Peat can be cut only in swamp hexes with a road or river, and cannot be adjacent to another peat cutting. A hex must be assayed by a person with at least +5 Knowledge (Nature) or Profession (Miner) to determine whether it is suitable for a peat cutting. Only about 10 percent of the swamp hexes in the Stolen Lands are suitable.

Road
You can build roads to speed communications throughout the kingdom, improving its economy and stability.
• Costs and Benefits: It costs 1 BP to build a road though a plains or hex. This cost increases to 2 BP in forests, 3 BP in hills and to 4 BP in swamps and mountains. If the road crosses a river, a bridge must be built—this doubles the road’s cost unless there is already a bridge in the hex. For every 4 road hexes your kingdom controls, the economy modifier increases by +1. For every 8 road hexes your kingdom controls, the stability modifier increases by +1.
• Special: Roads can be built in the same hex as other hex improvements. Roads also decrease travel time in your kingdom (as per normal Pathfinder rules).
Town
Towns can host a variety of improvements that make your kingdom more sophisticated and effective. Your kingdom can, but does not need to, designate a town as its capital.
• Costs and Benefits: It costs 2 BP to build a town in a grassland hex; 4 in a hills hex; 6 in a forest hex; 8 in a swamp hex; and 12 in a mountain hex.
• Special: Town improvements can be built in towns for additional costs and benefits. The town’s population affects the ability of PCs to buy and sell magic items and other services in the town; see the Town Characteristics table.
Watchtower (Q)
A sturdy structure that serves as a guard post and lookout for danger.
• Costs and Benefits: It costs 10 BP to build a watchtower. A watchtower gives stability modifier +1.
• Special: If attacked, watchtowers have a defense modifier of +2. If a town is built in a hex with a watchtower, the town automatically gains a guard tower (and the watchtower is removed).

Towns and town improvements:
Academy 42 BP, 2 Lots, Town, Pop 100
Discount Caster’s Tower, Library, Magic Shop
Upgrade From Library; Upgrade To University
Magic Items 3 minor scrolls or wondrous items, 2 medium scrolls or wondrous items
Settlement Lore +2, Productivity +1, Society +2; increase Lore bonus by 2 for questions relating to one Knowledge or Profession skill
An institution of higher learning.
Aerie 12 bp, 1 lot, Town, Pop 10
Special: Defense: +1
Special: +2 bonus to Stability checks against Monster Attacks involving flying creatures
A specialized tower suitable for raising and training hunting and message birds as well as stabling flying mounts.
Alchemist 16 BP, 1 Lot, Town, Pop 10
Limit Adjacent to 1 House
Special Base value +1,000 gp
Magic Items 2 minor, 1 medium potions
The laboratory and home of a crafter of poisons, potions, or alchemical items.
Arena 40 BP, 4 Lots(Q) , City, Pop 100
Discount Brothel, Garrison, Inn, Stable, Theater
Limit 1 per settlement
Upgrade From Theater
Settlement Crime +1
A large public structure for competitions and team sports.
Assembly 30 bp, 2 lots, City, Pop 50
Limit: 1 per city
Settlement Corruption: +1, Law +1, Society +2
Special: When you issue an Improvement Edict, you can build one additional building in a city with an Assembly or one additional terrain improvement in a hex containing that city or adjacent to it.
A conclave of representatives from all sectors of society, including representatives from guilds, religious orders, civil authorities, allowing all factions a voice in governance.
Bank 36 BP, 1 Lot (Q), , City, Pop 10
Special Base value +2,000 gp
A secure building for storing valuables and granting loans.
Bardic College 40 BP, 2 Lots City, Pop 50
Discount Library, Museum, Theater
Magic Items 2 minor scrolls or wondrous items
A center for artistic learning. Education in a Bardic College also includes research into a wide-range of historical topics.
Barracks 18 BP, 1 Lot (Q) , Village, Pop 20
Upgrade to Garrison
Special Defense +2
Settlement Law +1
A building to house conscripts, guards, militia, soldiers, or similar military forces.
Baths 8 bp, 1 lot (Q) , Town, Pop 20
Limit: Adjacent to a Waterway or water border. This requirement can be ignored by doubling the construction cost of the Baths.
Settlement Society +1, Economy +1
A public building for bathing, often with hot running water and mineral soaks, sometimes heated by furnaces and other times by natural hot springs.
Black Market 36 BP, 1 Lot, City, Pop 20
Discount Brothel
Limit Adjacent to 2 Houses
Special Base value +2,000 gp
Magic Items 2 minor items, 1 medium item, 1 major item
Settlement Corruption +2, Crime +2
A number of shops with secret and usually illegal wares.
Bordello 12 bp, 1 lot, Town, Pop 20
Settlement: Corruption +1, Crime +1, Society +1; Infamy
+1 per 3 Bordellos or Gambling Dens
Special: Each Bordello causes a -1 penalty to Stability checks to resist Drug Den and Plague events.
A place where carnal entertainments can be had, including lurid performances as well as personal services.
Brewery 8 BP, 1 Lot (W), Village, Pop 20)
A building for beer brewing, winemaking, or some similar use.
Bridge 6 BP, 1 Lot (Q) (W) Town
Special Shares the space with a river or Waterway lot
Allows travel across a river or Waterway, easing transportation.
Brickyard 16 bp, 2 lots (Q) Village, Pop 50
Settlement: Productivity +1
Special: if a Brickyard is adjacent to multiple Quarries, these Quarries generate a total discount of 3 BP for stone buildings rather than 2 for every two adjacent Quarries.
An industrial center for cutting and shaping stone, grinding gravel, and firing bricks for construction.
Bureau 10 BP, 2 Lots, City, Pop 20
Settlement Corruption +1, Law +1
A large warren of offices for clerks and record-keepers working for a guild or government.
Caster’s Tower 24 BP, 1 Lot (Q) (W) Town, Pop 10
Magic Items 3 minor items, 2 medium items
The home and laboratory for a spellcaster.
Castle 54 BP, 4 Lots (Q), Town, Pop 200
Discount Noble Villa, Town Hall
Limit 1 per settlement
Special Defense +8
The home of the settlement’s leader or the heart of its defenses.
Cathedral 58 BP, 4 Lots (Q) City, Pop 100
Discount Academy, Temple
Limit 1 per settlement
Special Halves Consumption increase for Promotion Edicts
Magic Items 3 minor potions or wondrous items, 2 medium potions or wondrous items
Settlement Law +2
The focal point of the settlement’s spiritual leadership.
Cistern 10 BP, 1 Lot (Q) Town
Limit Cannot be adjacent to a Dump, Graveyard, Stable, Stockyard, or Tannery
Special Can share lot with another building
Contains a safe supply of fresh water for the settlement.
City Wall 2 BP (Q) Village
Limit Land district border
Special Defense +1
A fortification of one side of a district with a sturdy wall. The GM may allow for cliffs and other natural features to function as a City Wall for one or more sides of a district. You may construct gates through your own city wall at no cost.
Colossus 60 bp, 4 lots (Q) Metropolis
Discount: Lighthouse, Monument, Observatory, Park
Limit: 1 per settlement
Settlement: Law +2
Special: When your armies in the same hex as a settlement with a Colossus, they gain a +1 bonus to Morale; if they are inside the city, they gain a +2 bonus. A Colossus can share the same space as a Lighthouse or Observatory (but not both).
A towering edifice of stone and burnished metal displays your power to the world. A Colossus may be a great statue, obelisk, tower, pyramid, mausoleum, triumphal arch, or nearly anything else; all that is required is superior craftsmanship, titanic proportions, and grandiose civic pride.
Courthouse 16 bp, 1 lot Town, Pop 20
Discount: Jail
Settlement: Corruption -1, Crime -1, Law +2
A hall of justice, for hearing cases and resolving disputes by the rule of law.
Crematorium 4 bp, 1 lot (Q) Town, Pop 10
Limit: Adjacent to Dump or Graveyard
Special: +2 bonus to Stability checks against Plague events or Monster Attacks involving undead
A specialized furnace building primarily used for burning the dead into ash, though also used for incineration of refuse.
Dance Hall 20 BP, 1 Lot Village, Pop 30
Limit Adjacent to 1 House
Settlement Corruption +1, Crime +1
An establishment for dancing, drinking, carousing, and holding celebrations.
Dump 4 BP, 1 Lot, Town, Pop 10
Limit Cannot be adjacent to House, Mansion, or Noble Villa
A centralized place to dispose of refuse.
Everflowing Spring 15 BP
Limit Settlement must have a building that can create medium magic items
Special Can share lot with Castle, Cathedral, Market, Monument, Park, or Town Hall
A fountain built around several decanters of endless water that provides an inexhaustible supply of fresh water.
Exotic Artisan 8 BP, 1 Lot ,Town, Pop 10
Limit Adjacent to 1 House
Magic Items 1 minor ring, wand, or wondrous item
The shop and home of a jeweler, tinker, glassblower, or the like.
Foreign Quarter 30 BP, 4 Lots, City, Pop 100
Special Increase the value of trade routes (see Trade Edicts) by 5% (maximum 100%)
Settlement Crime +1, Lore +1, Society +2
An area with many foreigners, as well as shops and services catering to them.
Foundry 16 BP, 2 Lots (Q) ,Town, Pop 50
Discount Smithy
Limit Adjacent to water district border
Special Increase the Economy and BP earned per turn by 1 for 1 Mine connected to this settlement by a river or Road
Settlement Productivity +1
Processes ore and refines it into finished metal.
Gambling den 12 bp, 1 lot ,Town, Pop 20
Limit: Adjacent to 1 House
Settlement: Corruption +1, Crime +1
Special: Base value +500 gp; Infamy +1 per 3 Bordellos or Gambling Dens
Special: Each Gambling Den causes a -1 penalty to Stability checks to resist Drug Den events.
Magic Items: 1 magic item (roll d% to determine type: 01-80, minor item; 81-98, medium item; 99-100, major item)
An illicit place for games of skill and chance, wagering all manner of stakes.
Garrison 28 BP, 2 Lots (Q) ,Town, Pop 200
Discount City Wall, Granary, Jail
Upgrade From Barracks
Special Defense +3
A large building to house armies, train guards, and recruit militia.
Granary 12 BP, 1 Lot (Q) Village
Special If Farms reduce Consumption below 0, store up to 5 BP of excess production for use on a later turn when Consumption exceeds the Treasury
A place to store grain and food.
Graveyard 8 BP, 1 Lot (Q) Village
A plot of land to honor and bury the dead.
Guildhall 34 BP, 2 Lots ,Town, Pop 100
Discount Pier, Stable, Trade Shop
Upgrade From Trade Shop
Special Base value +1,000 gp
Settlement Law +1, Productivity +2
The headquarters for a guild or similar organization.
Hanging gardens 48 bp, 4 lots, Metropolis, Pop 20
Discount: Menagerie, Monument, Park, Sacred Grove
Limit: 1 per settlement
Settlement: Lore +1, Society +2
Special: Reduces Consumption in the city by 1
A magnificent set of urban gardens, arboretums, and conservatories for the enjoyment of the nobility and common folk alike, containing both decorative and edible plants as well as elaborate public artworks, statuary, and water features.
Herbalist 10 BP, 1 Lot (W) Village, pop 10
Limit Adjacent to 1 House
Magic Items 1 minor potion or wondrous item
The workshop and home of a gardener, healer, or poisoner.
Hospital 30 BP, 2 Lots, City, Pop 100
Special Increase Stability by 2 during plague events
Settlement Lore +1, Productivity +2
A building devoted to healing the sick.
House 3 BP, 1 Lot (Q) (W) , Village, Pop 50
Upgrade From Tenement
Special The first House you build during the Improvement phase does not count against the total number of buildings you can build during the phase
A number of mid-sized houses for citizens.
Inn 14 BP, 1 Lot (W) ,Village, Pop 30
Limit Adjacent to 1 House
Special Base value +500 gp
Settlement Society +1
A place for visitors to rest.
Jail 20 BP, 1 Lot (Q) ,Village, Pop 50
Settlement Crime –1, Law +1
A fortified structure for confining criminals or dangerous monsters.
Library 8 BP, 1 Lot ,Village, Pop 10
Upgrade to Academy
Settlement Lore +1
A large building containing an archive of books.
Lighthouse 24 bp, 1 lot (Q) (W) ,Town, Pop 10
Discount: Pier
Limit: 1 per settlement; must be on a water border at the edge of a district grid
Special: The cost to create Fisheries in hexes adjacent to the settlement is reduced to 3 BP
Special: If you establish a trade route from a city with a Lighthouse, water hexes count as one-fourth (rather than one-half) when calculating Trade Route Length.
A high tower with a signal light to guide ships at sea and keep watch on waves and weather.
Lumberyard 12 bp, 2 lots (W) ,Village, Pop 50
Settlement: Productivity +1
Special: If a Lumberyard is adjacent to 2 Logging Camps, those two camps generate a total discount of 3 BP for wood buildings rather than 2.
A mill and carpentry works for producing precut logs, boards, and wood products for construction.
Luxury Store 14 BP, 1 Lot ,Town, Pop 10
Limit Adjacent to 1 House
Upgrade to Magic Shop; Upgrade From Shop
Special Base value +2,000 gp
Magic Items 2 minor rings, wands, or wondrous items
A shop that specializes in expensive comforts for the wealthy.
Magic Shop 34 BP, 1 Lot,City, Pop 10
Limit Adjacent to 2 Houses
Upgrade From Luxury Store
Special Base value +2,000 gp
Magic Items 4 minor wondrous items, 2 medium wondrous items, 1 major wondrous item
A shop that specializes in magic items and spells.
Magical Academy 58 BP, 2 Lots,City, Pop 50
Discount Caster’s Tower, Library, Magic Shop
Magic Items 3 minor potions, scrolls, or wondrous items; 2 medium potion, scroll, or wondrous items, 1 major potion, scroll, or wondrous items
Settlement Lore +2, Society +1; increase Lore bonus by 2 for questions relating to Knowledge (arcana)
An institution for training students in spellcasting, magic item crafting, and various arcane arts.
Magical Streetlamps 5 BP
Limit Settlement must have a Cathedral, Magic Shop, Magical Academy, or Temple
Special Can share a lot with any building or improvement
Settlement Crime –1
Continual flame lamps that illuminate the lot.
Mansion 10 BP, 1 Lot (W) ,Village, Pop 30
Upgrade to Noble Villa
Settlement Law +1, Society +1
A single huge manor housing a rich family and its servants.
Market 48 BP, 2 Lots,Town, Pop 100
Kingdom Economy +6
Discount Black Market, Inn, Shop
Limit Adjacent to 2 Houses
Upgrade From Shop
Special Base value +2,000 gp
Magic Items 2 minor wondrous items
An open area for traveling merchants and bargain hunters.
Menagerie 24 BP, 4 Lots,City, Pop 100
Special Increase Loyalty by 1/4 the CR of the highest-CR creature in the Menagerie
A large park stocked with exotic creatures for public viewing.
Military Academy 36 BP, 2 Lots City, Pop 100
Discount Barracks
Limit 1 per settlement
Special Armies and commanders recruited at the settlement gain one bonus tactic (see Army Tactics)
Magic Items 1 minor armor, shield, or weapon; 1 medium armor, shield, or weapon
Settlement Law +1, Lore +1
An institution dedicated to the study of war and the training of elite soldiers and officers.
Mill 6 BP, 1 Lot (Q) (W) Village, Pop 20
Limit Adjacent to water district border
Special With GM approval, you can construct a windmill at the same cost without the water district border requirement at an extra cost. An adjacent Mill increases the storage capacity of a granary by 1.
Settlement Productivity +1
A building used to cut lumber or grind grain.
Mint 46 BP, 1 Lot (Q) City, Pop 10
A secure building where the kingdom’s coinage is minted and standard weights and measures are kept.
Moat 4 BP Village
Limit Land district border
Special Defense +1; cannot be damaged by siege engines
A fortification of one side of a district with an open or water-filled ditch, often backed by a low dike or embankment. The GM may allow a river or similar natural feature to function as a moat for one or more sides of a district. A moat may be built in addition to a wall, in which case the benefits stack.
Monastery 16 BP, 2 Lots (Q) Village, Pop 50
Settlement Law +1, Lore +1
A cloister for meditation, study, and the pursuit of various other scholarly paths.
Monument 8 BP, 1 Lot (Q) , Village
A local memorial such as a bell tower, a statue of a settlement founder, a large tomb, or a public display of art.
Museum 30 BP, 2 Lots Town, Pop 20
Settlement Lore +2, Society +1; increase Lore bonus by 2 for questions relating to Knowledge (history); apply Lore bonus on Appraise checks regarding art objects
A place to display art and artifacts both modern and historical. The GM may allow the kingdom leaders to display a valuable item (such as a magic item or bejeweled statue) in the museum, increasing Fame during this display by 1 for every 10,000 gp of the item’s price (maximum +5 Fame), and by an additional 1 if the item is significant to the kingdom’s history.
Noble Villa 24 BP, 2 Lots (W) Town, Pop 50
Discount Exotic Artisan, Luxury Store, Mansion
Upgrade From Mansion
Settlement Society +1
A sprawling manor with luxurious grounds that houses a noble’s family and staff.
Observatory 12 BP, 1 Lot, City, Pop 10
Magic Items 1 minor scroll or wondrous item
Settlement Lore +2
A dome or tower with optical devices for viewing the heavens.
Orphanage 10 BP, 1 Lot, City, Pop 50
A place for housing and taking care of large numbers of orphans.
Palace 108 BP, 4 Lots (Q) , Metropolis, Pop 200
Discount Mansion, Mint, Noble Villa
Special Base value +1,000 gp; you may make two special edicts per turn, but take a –2 penalty on kingdom checks associated with each special edict
Settlement Law +2
A grand edifice and walled grounds demonstrating one’s wealth, power, and authority to the world.
Park 8 BP, 1 Lot (W) , Town
A plot of land set aside for its serene beauty.
Paved Streets 24 BP (Q) , City
Limit 1 per district
Settlement Productivity +2
Brick or stone pavement that speeds transportation.
Pier 16 BP, 1 Lot, Village, Pop 20
Limit Adjacent to water district border
Upgrade to Waterfront
Special Base value +1,000 gp
Settlement Crime +1
Warehouses and workshops for docking ships and handling cargo and passengers.
Sacred grove 18 bp, 1 lot (W) , Village, Pop 10
Limit: Adjacent to Park or to city district border with no
City Wall or Moat
Magic Items: 1 minor item
Settlement: Society -1
Special: +2 bonus to Stability checks against Crop Failure events or Monster Attacks involving animals, plants, or fey
Special Each Sacred Grove provides a +1 bonus to Stability checks to resist Plague events.
A bastion of the old druidic nature religions, often centered on runic megaliths and stone circles.
Sewer System 22 BP, City
Discount Cistern, Dump
Limit 1 per district
Settlement Crime +1, Productivity +1
An underground sanitation system that keeps the settlement clean, though it may become home to criminals and monsters.
Shop 8 BP, 1 Lot, Village, Pop 20
Limit Adjacent to 1 House or Mansion
Upgrade to Luxury Store, Market
Special Base value +1000 gp
Settlement Productivity +1
A general store.
Shrine 10 BP, 1 Lot (W) Village, Pop 10
Upgrade to Temple
Magic Items 1 minor potion, scroll, or wondrous item
A shrine, idol, sacred grove, or similar holy site designed for worship by pious individuals.
Smithy 6 BP, 1 Lot, Village, Pop 10
The workshop of an armorsmith, blacksmith, weaponsmith, or other craftsman who works with metal.
Stable 14 BP, 1 Lot (W) , Village, Pop 10
Kingdom Economy +1, Loyalty +1
Limit Adjacent to 1 House, Mansion, or Noble Villa
Special Base value +500 gp
A structure for housing or selling horses and other mounts.
Stockyard 20 BP, 4 Lots (W) , Village, Pop 100
Discount Stable, Tannery
Special Farms in adjacent hexes increase the economy bonus by +1 per farm.
Settlement Productivity +1
Barns and pens that store herd animals and prepare them for nearby slaughterhouses.
Tannery 6 BP, 1 Lot, Village, Pop 20
Limit Cannot be adjacent to House, Mansion, Noble Villa, or Tenement
Settlement Society –1
A structure that prepares hides and leather.
Tavern 14 BP, 1 Lot (W) Village, Pop 20
Limit Adjacent to 1 House or Mansion
Special Base value +500 gp
Settlement Corruption +1
An eating or drinking establishment.
Temple 38 BP, 2 Lots (Q) Town, Pop 20
Discount Graveyard, Monument, Shrine
Upgrade From Shrine
Magic Items 2 minor items
A large place of worship dedicated to a deity.
Tenement 1 BP, 1 Lot (W) Town, Pop 100
Upgrade to House
Special Counts as House for buildings that must be adjacent to a House
A staggering number of low-rent housing units.
Theater 28 BP, 2 Lots Town, Pop 100
Discount Brothel, Exotic Artisan, Inn, Park, Tavern
Upgrade to Arena
A venue for entertainments such as plays, operas, and concerts.
Town Hall 24 BP, 2 Lots, Town, Pop 50
Discount Barracks, Cistern, Dump, Jail, Watchtower
Settlement Law +1
A public venue for town meetings, repository for town records, and offices for minor bureaucrats.
Trade Shop 8 BP, 1 Lot, Village, Pop 10
Limit Adjacent to 1 House
Upgrade to Guildhall
Special Base value +500 gp
Settlement Productivity +1
A shop front for a tradesperson, such as a baker, butcher, candle maker, cobbler, rope maker, or wainwright.
Tunnels 8 bp
Settlement: Crime +1, Danger +1
Special: Tunnels are underground and do not occupy a lot on the surface, but each runs underneath one city square of 4 lots. You can pass through the square of an impassable building by moving through the Tunnels underneath it.
An extensive set of subterranean chambers, vaults, and tunnels, usually used for storage or burial, and sometimes for illicit activities. When used for burials, Tunnels are also called Catacombs.
University 68 BP, 4 Lots, Town
Discount Academy, Bardic College, Library, Magical Academy, Military Academy, Museum
Upgrade From Academy
Magic Items 4 minor scrolls or wondrous items, 2 medium scrolls or wondrous items, 1 major scroll or wondrous item. Settlement Lore +4, Society +3; increase Lore bonus by 4 for questions relating to one Knowledge or Profession skill
An institution of higher learning, focusing mainly on mundane subjects but dabbling in magical theory.
Warehouse 8 bp, 2 lots (W) Town, Pop 20
Limit: Adjacent to a water border or a Guildhall, Market,
Pier, Trade Shop, or Waterfront
Settlement: Productivity +1
Special: A Guildhall or Waterfront provides a discount on constructing a Warehouse.
A cavernous structure or cluster of buildings for storage and transfer of trade goods.
Watchtower 12 BP, 1 Lot (Q) Village, Pop 20
Special Defense +2
A tall structure that serves as a guard post.
Watergate 2 BP Town
Special Shares City Wall
A gate in a City Wall that allows water (such as a river, Aqueduct, or Waterway) to enter the settlement. a Watergate has underwater defenses to block unwanted access. If you construct a Watergate when you construct a City Wall, the Watergate does not count toward the limit of the number of buildings you can construct per turn.
Waterfront 90 BP, 4 Lots (Q) City, Pop 200
Discount Black Market, Guildhall, Market, Pier
Limit Adjacent to water district border, 1 per settlement
Upgrade From Pier
Special Base value +4,000 gp; halves Loyalty penalty for Taxation edicts.
Magic Items 3 minor wondrous items, 2 medium wondrous item, 1 major wondrous item
Settlement Productivity +2
A port for waterborne arrival and departure, with facilities for shipping and shipbuilding.
Waterway 3 BP, 1–2 Lots, Town
Special Counts as water district border for adjacent buildings
A river or canal occuping part of the District Grid. At the GM’s option, a natural Waterway may already exist on the grid, requiring no action or BP to build. If you construct a City Wall that touches or crosses the Waterway, you must also build Watergates on the same turn.

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