Vehicles

Ulpiano Checa (1860–1916) Title: Día de lluvia
en Paris

Émile Friant (1863–1932) Title: Voyage a l’Infini Date 1899
Air vehicles
fly through the air. They are usually propelled by air currents, alchemical
engines, magic, or in the case of larger air vehicles, a mix of air currents
and alchemical engines or magic. Airships, because of their nature, travel
though all three dimensions instead of two. When they ascend, they must
do so at half their current speed. When air vehicles descend, they can (but
do not have to) move at double their current speed. After the ascent or
descent, treat the vehicle’s current speed as it was before making
the ascent or descent.
Land
Vehicles
Carriage Carriage,
Armoured
Carriage,
Ornate
Carriage,
Ornate Armoured
Chariot,
Light
Chariot,
Medium
Chariot,
Heavy
Cart
Dog
Sled
Litter,
Collapsing
Pedal
Cart
Sled
Wagon,
Light
Waggon,
Medium
Waggon,
Heavy
Waggon,
Amphibious
Waggon,
Armoured
Waggon,
House
Waggon
Sail
Waggon
Sled
Land Vehicle Accessories
Spiked
Wheels
Wheel
Scythe
Water
Vehicles
Bone
Skiff
Carrack
Collapsing
Boat
Galley
Kayak Keelboat
Longship Rowboat
Sailing
Ship
Submersible
Warship Water
Sleigh
Water
Vehicle Accessories
Axe
Oar
Ballista,
Shipboard
Catapult,
Shipboard
Diving
Bell
Drag
Anchor
Drums
Grapple
Pole
Hull
Armour
Moorings Sea
Ram
Sea
Ram, Detaching
Shoring
Deck
Winch,
Light
Winch,
Medium
Winch,
Sturdy
Wool
Bales
Air
Vehicles
Airship Glider
Alchemical
Dragon