Below you will find a selection of pdf downloads that can be used to represent fairly generic settlements - all of which can be slotted into most fantasy / medieval campaign worlds with minimal fuss. Each of the downloads contain a number of maps and a rough overview of the particular settlement in question, as well as the d20 stats (3rd edition) for 1 or 2 NPC’s of note.
The Hamlet of New-Edor
New-Edor is a small hamlet, less than a mile away from the eastern banks of the Brembur river, consisting mostly of farmers, field-hands, and a handful of fishermen. It is said that the village sprang up following the ruin of the original ‘Edor’ settlement - as the refugees of that land moved westward into the Brembur valley, following the devastation of a great sickness (the dark plague) that ravaged their former home.
The Thorp of Brâdmôr
Brâdmôr is little more than a handful of buildings and farms nestled about a small tavern at the junction of two roads. Sitting on what was once a busy trade route, the thorp experiences little traffic these days (largely due to many of the towns and villages away to the east being wiped out by war and sickness), and so, over the past century the settlement has learned to become largely self-sufficient.
The Thorp of Beorghâm
Beorghâm is a small mining community clustered around a number of rocky outcrops upon the northern bank of a narrow, slow moving river. Though the initial mine (on the north-eastern edge of the settlement) has long been abandoned, further excavations in the hills to the north and east continue to provide the settlement with a steady source of income.