Calimport is an accessory for the 2nd edition of Dungeons & Dragons. Published in October 1998, it details the city of Calimport.

What can one truly know about a place until he or she has experienced it firsthand? Calimport is a place of many truths, each more disturbing than the last. It is also the most influential trade city in southern Faerûn, whether its detractors admit it or not. Building on material from Empires of the Shining Sea, this supplement expands tremendously on what we know about the city that has been the seat of Calishite power since the arrival of the djinni lord Calim eight millenia ago. What can be found inside?
  • The history of Calimport on a broad scale, showing the ebb and flow of power surrounding the city across time.
  • A sweeping look at the city itself, including all landmarks, wards, and sabbans (districts), providing for the first time the key to finding ways through a city of more than two million people.
  • A close up view of the Eraré Sabban and its Taorahl Drudach, a waterfront district and neighborhood designed to be a central base for your own Calimport campaigns.
  • Numerous magical items and artifacts, many of which hide among Calimport's shadows, from the Battlecloak of Vycaena and the Codex Thealnakkar to the Staff of Shoon and the Tome of Secrets.
Everything you need to know about the peril-riddled alleys, palaces, and underworld of the most dangerous city on Faerûn is contained in this 96-page book. Walk the dark paths among the sabbans or fly among the gilded minarets, but know that a thousand eyes and a thousand intrigues swirl about you at any moment! Come explore one of the oldest cities of Faerûn. The trip may change your life....[1]

Contents[edit | edit source]

  • Chapter 1: First Impressions
  • Chapter 2: History
  • Chapter 4: The City at Large
  • Chapter 5: The Eraré Campaign
  • Chapter 6: The Armory Arcane
  • Chapter 7: Rumors & Rumblings

Index[edit | edit source]

Creatures[edit | edit source]


Items[edit | edit source]

Xamar's baldric

Locations[edit | edit source]


Appendix[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Steven E. Schend (October 1998). Calimport. (TSR, Inc), p. 24. ISBN 0-7869-1238-3.
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