A Witch Hunter’s Guide to Frankfurt, part 2

First, an obligatory mention that the Kickstarter for the 2nd edition Grand Tome of Adversaries is still going on.  So if you are a fan of the Witch Hunter RPG, the Witch Hunter Revelations campaign, or just swashbuckling horror roleplaying in general, definitely consider supporting it.  It’s packed full of secret societies, scheming villains and masterminds, and horrific creatures.  Paradigm Concepts never skimps on the fluff, making it a worthwhile addition to your reference library regardless of your game of choice.

Now with that out of the way, we turn our eyes back to the 17th Century’s teeming metropolis of commerce, Frankfurt am Main.  If you missed the previous article, here is the gazetteer I wrote up for my own game a few months back.  You’ll notice I didn’t include a formal map of the place.  Well, I’m going to remedy that now.  Here is a map of the Alstadt (Old Town) district of Frankfurt, along with a location key.

Alstadt-Map-Key

Frankfurt am Main (Alstadt) Locations

  1. Römer
  2. Römerberg Plaza
  3. Rententurm (Customs Tower)
  4. The Main Quay
  5. The Old Bridge
  6. St. Bartholomew Cathedral
  7. Old Nikolai Church
  8. Carmelite Monastery
  9. St. Catherine’s Church
  10. Church of Our Lady
  11. Altschul
  12. Jewish Cemetary
  13. St. Leonhard’s Church
  14. Church of the Magi (Sachsenhausen district)

Part One of this article is available here.
Part Three of this article is available here.

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