With the LitRPG Adventures Workshop RPG town and city description generator, you can create a wide variety of locations with the click of a button! I used the GPT-3 API to create a tool that will help all sorts of gamers. If you enjoy tabletop role-playing games like D&D or Pathfinder, keep reading. We’ve got some examples of town and city descriptions as well as overland areas too. This town description generator is something special and will definitely help with your tabletop campaign.
Fantasy RPG Town Description Generator Samples
Here’s just a few of the fantasy town and city descriptions you can create with LitRPG Adventures Workshop.
- Ronek – Elven Village
- Uderholt – Small, Elven City
- Ainslave – Halfling Town
- Qe’arlin – Elven Town
- Rainskull – Dwarven Village
Ronek Village is a small village in the elven forest. It is known for its rare and exotic fruits and vegetables. Among the known produce from this village is the Ronek Banana. The village is home to roughly fifty elves, and fifty humans. It is considered one of the more peaceful villages in the world.
The village is ruled by a mayor, and is governed by a town assembly. The village has a large grange building, where they gather to discuss their business. The building is made out of wood, and has large double doors that open into the room. The room is very large, and has very large tables that the village assembly sits at. The floor is made of natural stone, and there is a large fireplace in the main room.
The village is found on the border of the elven forest, and it is surrounded by a large stone wall. The stone wall was built a hundred years ago to keep their enemies out. They also erected a large gatehouse at the front of the village, and have a small army that guards that gate.
They have a town watch, that patrols the streets of the village, and the surrounding forest to prevent any enemy forces from entering the village. The forest that surrounds the city is home to many types of animals, but more importantly is the home of the rare Ronek Banana.
The village of Ronek was founded roughly a hundred years ago by a group of people who were living in the elven cities, and had grown tired of the city life. They packed up all their belongings, and ventured into the forest.
They followed a small river, and found a glade in the forest, that was nestled between two hills. They built a small village out of wood, and called it Ronek Village. The village grew slowly over the years, and was able to remain a peaceful haven in a war ravaged world.
The village was surrounded by a large stone wall that was built, but the people soon found out that the wall wasn’t needed. They had maintained peace in their village, and they didn’t have to worry about anyone attacking them.
The only threat to the village is from wild animals and plants.
Uderholt is a small city, it was the capital city of the elves until a few centuries ago. There were only about 1000 elves in the city. It was abandoned in the past, but was resurrected a few hundred years ago.
A dwarven king sent out an expedition and found it abandoned. He sent his entire army to the city to claim it. When the dwarves arrived, they were attacked and slaughtered by an unknown army of elves.
The dwarves were shocked at the size of the army, they had never seen an army of elves before. There were about 3000 elves in the city. Uderholt was not a hidden city, the elves lived there for years.
They had never before had to worry about the dwarves being able to find them. When the dwarves showed up, the elves have feared them. The dwarves were small, so the elves did not think they were a threat.
The dwarves were not a threat to the elves on the surface, but the dwarves were a target for the elves. The elves were not good at making weapons, and they had never been in a war with anyone. They were looking for a way to become a better army, and the dwarves had the best weapons and armor.
Ainslave is a town situated on the western coast of the continent. It is a large port town, home to hundreds of fishermen and merchants. The town is large and bustling. The town has an enormous harbor, with hundreds of boats bringing in goods and people every day. The small town of Ainslave is full of many Halflings. The Halfling population is almost as large as the Human population. The Halflings are familiar with the sea, and it shows in the way they do business. They are more comfortable at sea than on land, and work best in large groups. The Halflings have an enormous fleet of boats that are used for traveling and fishing. They trade their goods throughout the continent of Krayd, bringing both goods and people to the many small villages that dot the coastline.
The town of Ainslave was once a small village that grew in power as it was visited by many Halflings who were traveling or fishing in the area. Eventually, the village itself had grown to be a town. The town grew even larger as it became a safe harbor for all those in the area. The halflings helped the town to grow, and the town helped the halflings. They grew in symbiotic relationship. But as more and more people traveled to the town, the town had to grow. Over the years, the town started to expand. Instead of building inwards, the Halflings decided to build upward. They built higher and higher until they had the largest city on the continent.
(Elves) (Lakeside) (Magical) (Forest) (Woods)
Qe’arlin is a small elvish town that is settled along the shore of a small lake in the middle of a wooded area. The town is formed from a small collection of huts and homes made out of old logs and tree branches. The roofs of the homes are covered with leaves and moss, and are held in place by a network of vines. The landscape is flat, but has large sections of land that have been carved out and turned into farmland.
Qe’arlin was originally just a small group of log cabins and homes on the edge of a small forest. It was a peaceful place, and the inhabitants were just a small group of lumberjacks. That all changed when a group of elves stumbled upon the small town. The elves had been on the run from the invading humans of the nearby Kingdom of Palembob, and had seen their town destroyed. They had escaped to the forest where they lived in the trees. They would live in the trees for a small period of time until they came down and saw the small town. They decided that they would use the small town as a base to launch attacks on the nearby villages and towns. They would place logs over the lakes in the middle of the forest and launch attacks from there.
(Dwarves) (Walls) (Mountains) (Forbidden)
Rainskull Village is a neutral good village. It is situated in a high mountain valley, that is surrounded by a dense pine forest. Due to its location, the village has no need for walls, as only a few people have ever made their way to the valley. The village is mostly a small, old town, with a few small shops, and a grand hotel. The village has no police force, as it has never had a problem with crime. The village is also home to a unique graveyard. In the graveyard, there are numerous graves that contain people that have died from the plague. It is illegal for anyone (even the family) to physically touch any graves or corpses, in this graveyard. Some scholars believe that this is because the village is afraid of the plague, and wishes to be rid of it. Others believe that it is because the villagers wish for the spirits of the dead to remain there, and to not be reborn into the world. ~
~ Rainskull village has a rich history. It was founded over two hundred years ago, by a group of dwarves who wanted to live in a place away from the chaos of the world. After many years of hard work, they settled in a small valley at the foot of a mountain. The valley was in an almost perfect circle, and the dwarves built their small town in it. The village itself has no enemies, as there is no one that dares try to enter the valley. The people here are mostly friendly, although there is a small percentage of people that are more reserved. The mountains, and the valley, are mostly covered in trees. Outside of the village there are few people that live in the mountains, but they are mostly shepherds and farmers. There are few animals in the mountains that the villagers can use for food. As a result, the villagers tend to be friendly with the shepherds and farmers. The low population in the mountains has allowed the dwarves to live in peace for well over two hundred years. This village is not part of the kingdom of Rainskull.
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