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Hendrik Gerritsz. Pot (1585–1657) Flora's mallewagen. Allegory of the Tulip Mania. The goddess of flowers is riding along with three drinking and money weighing men and two women on a car. Weavers from Haarlem have thrown away their equipment and are following the car. The destiny of the car is shown in the background: it will disappear in the sea.

Hendrik Gerritsz. Pot (1585–1657) Flora’s mallewagen. Allegory of
the Tulip Mania. The goddess of flowers is riding along with three drinking
and money weighing men and two women on a car. Weavers from Haarlem have thrown
away their equipment and are following the car. The destiny of the car is shown
in the background: it will disappear in the sea.

Ultimate
Equipment Guide II

Author
Greg Lynch, J. C. Alvarez

Publisher Mongoose
Publishing


Publish date 2005

ISBN 1-904854-97-4

OGL Section 15 ueg2

Content Puller Mark Gedak

Netbook
can be found on the following website

The
Grand OGL Wiki

The material
below is designated as Open Game Content

Though the pedal cart can
be and usually is pulled by a beast of burden, it is designed to still be useful
when there is no such beast available. The floor beneath the front seat is cut
away, and there are two sets of rotating pedals beneath it, allowing the cart
to be propelled in much the same manner as a potters’ wheel. It requires
two people with Strength ability scores of 12 or better to operate the pedal
cart in this manner. The pedal cart is steered by the use of two levers that
rotate the front wheels to the right or left. The base speed of a pedal cart
being operated in this manner is 20. Two people can operate the cart at this
speed so long as the cargo in the cart bed does not exceed the combined light
load of the two operators. If the cargo does not exceed the combined medium
load of the two operators, the cart can move with a speed of 10. If the cargo
is heavier, the cart cannot be moved with its pedals.

Pedal Cart: 45 gp; 175
lb.

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