Crown of the Dead [D&D v.3.5] – The Jobs Board

Tasks listed on the Jobs Board, posted outside Administrator Lumberg’s office in Riddley’s Crown.

  1. Collect firewood.  Rate is pay is 1 silver per 20lbs of firewood.
  2. Repair houses.  An all-day task; requires a Profession : Carpenter or Craft : Woodworking check.  Rate of pay is 1 gold per day plus 1d4 silver per Skill Check point over the task DC.  BONUS : free stay in the Stables.
  3. Repair enclave wall.  An all-day task; requires a Profession :  or Craft : Stonemasonry check.  Rate of pay is 1 gold per day plus 1d6 silver per Skill Check point over the task DC.  BONUS : free stay in the Stables.
  4. Dig the defensive trench.  An all-day task; rate of pay is a character’s (STR bonus + CON bonus) x 10 sp per day (minimum pay = 10 silver).
  5. Tend to enclave garden.  An all-day task; rate of pay is 2 gold per day plus a character’s (CON bonus x 5) in silver.  BONUS : free stay in the Barracks plus basic meals.  Not available until mid-April.
  6. Rebuild foot-bridges in bog.  A Government Contract; each bridge requires 2d6 hours to rebuild, and requires four Profession : Carpenter or Craft : Woodworking checks, three of which must beat the task DC.  Rate of pay is 200 gold per bridge, plus 5 gold per Skill Check point over each task DC, plus 10 gold per INT bonus of the builder for each bridge.
  7. Make arrows.  Rate of pay is 5 silver per 20 arrows produced.
  8. Produce lumber.  1d4 hours per effort, requires a Profession : Lumberjack or Craft : Woodworking check.  Rate of pay is 5 gold per load plus 1 gold per Skill Check point over the task DC.
  9. Forage.  Several residents will pay for mushrooms, spell components, potion ingredients, herbs, and vegetables discovered in the wild.  Payment varies based on the quality of the find.
  10. Guard duty.  A 12-hour shift maintaining watch on the walls.  Unpaid.  BONUS : free stay in the Barracks plus basic meals.

 

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