v Water Sleigh




Malaria, olio su tela, Musée d'Orsay, Parigi Date1848 Ernest Hébert (1817–1908) Malaria, olio su tela, Musée d’Orsay, Parigi Date1848 Ernest Hébert

Equipment Guide II

Greg Lynch, J. C. Alvarez

Publisher Mongoose

Publish date 2005

ISBN 1-904854-97-4

OGL Section 15 ueg2

Content Puller Mark Gedak

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Looking like an odd cross
between a boat and a sled, the water sleigh is constructed of a thick body of
oilskin stretched over a sturdy wooden frame. The front of the water sleigh
is designed like the blunt prow of a ship, rising higher than any of the other
sides. A wooden bench seat is mounted in the front, just behind the prow. The
cargo area of the water sleigh, about two-thirds as large as that of a standard
waggon, occupies the rest of the sleigh. The water sleigh is designed to be
pulled through the water by one or more aquatic beasts, harnessed to traces
in the front of the water sleigh just as horses would be harnessed to a normal
sleigh. The speed of the water sleigh is dictated by the speed of the animals
pulling it, though any speed faster than 60 threatens to capsize the water sleigh,
spilling its contents and occupants into the water. Amara Nacheres has considered
selling animals trained to pull the sleigh, but has not yet begun to do so.
In the meantime, she delights in telling potential customers about the wizard
who purchased one of these sleighs, and has it pulled about by a water elemental.

Water Sleigh: 50 gp;
300 lb.



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