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100 Village Exports

One hundred different exports to give purpose to a village.




  1. Airships
  2. Alchemical items
  3. Ale
  4. Animal companions or particularly bred pets
  5. Baked goods
  6. Beast claws/teeth
  7. Black powder or fantastical variations
  8. Boats and ships
  9. Bonds or investments
  10. Brick or cobblestone
  11. Canned goods or cans/jars themselves
  12. Cheese
  13. Chocolate or other delicacy
  14. Clerical acolytes and clergy
  15. Clockwork mechanisms or mechanical artefacts
  16. Cloth
  17. Coal
  18. Coffee
  19. Collegiate education or equivalent (students come here and return with new skills)
  20. Dramatic Literature
  21. Drugs
  22. Dyes
  23. Elaborate counterfeit luxury goods
  24. Exotic meats
  25. Fake teeth and dentistry equipment
  26. Fine clothes
  27. Fine sculptures/carvings or masterworks from particularly gifted artisans
  28. Finished armors
  29. Finished clothing
  30. Finished tools
  31. Finished weaponry and arms
  32. Fireworks
  33. Fruit
  34. Furniture
  35. Furs
  36. Gems
  37. Gladiatorial contestants or challenges
  38. Glass or stained glass
  39. Grains
  40. Granite
  41. Herbs for medicinal or other special purposes
  42. Honey
  43. Horses
  44. Hunting animals (dogs/hawks)
  45. Hunting traps
  46. Incense
  47. Inks
  48. Ivory, worked or raw
  49. Lamp oil
  50. Leather
  51. Livestock
  52. Living fantastic creatures: wyverns, voltaic lizards, gryphons, etc.
  53. Local Flora (flowers, tree saplings)
  54. Lumber
  55. Machines of war or siege equipment
  56. Magic items
  57. Marble or other luxury stone
  58. Mercenaries
  59. Metallic ores
  60. Monster parts (for potion making, jewelry, trophies, etc.)
  61. Mushrooms (nutritional or narcotic)
  62. Musical instruments
  63. Nuts
  64. Ornate masks
  65. Painted artwork
  66. Paper
  67. Pearls
  68. Perfume
  69. Pillows
  70. Poisons
  71. Porting on to other boats to avoid waterway obstacles (less an export but a good city purpose)
  72. Potions
  73. Pottery or fine or artistic ceramics
  74. Refined metals
  75. Religious trinkets or objects
  76. Roof tiles
  77. Rugs
  78. Salt
  79. Seafood
  80. Silk
  81. Skilled labor
  82. Slaves
  83. Smuggling activity or other black market environment
  84. Souls
  85. Specialized raw materials (mithral, adamantine, quicksilver, densewood, soarwood, etc.)
  86. Spices
  87. Sugar
  88. Sweetblood, a sugary tree sap with addictive properties.
  89. Syrup
  90. Tea
  91. Textiles or embroidery
  92. Trade skills and knowledge (books or otherwise)
  93. Trained military
  94. Vegetables
  95. Wagons or land vehicles
  96. Warforged
  97. Wines, liquors, or other spirits
  98. Wire and cables
  99. Wool
  100. Worry dolls or other children’s dolls

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