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Waterdeep (city): Quiz


Question 1: The ________ campaign setting lists the city as part of the Heartlands of the Realms, even though it lies 150 miles north of Daggerford, along the Sword Coast.
Oriental AdventuresDungeons & DragonsForgotten RealmsDragonlance

Question 2: The city serves as the hub of trading from the mineral-rich lands to the north, the merchant kingdoms of Amn and ________ to the south, the kingdoms of the Inner Sea to the east, and the sea kingdoms and traders to the west.
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Question 3: One reason that Waterdeep is an attractive location for adventurers is that it has a large adventuring site, the ________, comfortably located near temples and other recovery areas.
Drow (Dungeons & Dragons)Dwarf (Dungeons & Dragons)UnderdarkWaterdeep (city)

Question 4: This was the first dungeon for his fledgling ________ campaign setting, and he used the Undermountain in both his Dungeons & Dragons and Advanced Dungeons & Dragons games.
Oriental AdventuresForgotten RealmsDragonlanceDungeons & Dragons

Question 5: Undermountain is a vast labyrinth of caverns in the ________ under the area of Waterdeep.
Wizard (Dungeons & Dragons)UnderdarkDungeon (magazine)Illithid

Question 6: This is due to the efforts of a group called the Masked Lords, the efforts of the Waterdeep City Watch, and the close proximity of ________, which draws in those prone to unlawful or unethical behavior.
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Question 7: Skullport is a lawless place of slave traders, pirates, and demi-humans, where illithids, drow, ________ and other less savory creatures traffic with merchants and buccaneers from the surface.
Dungeons & DragonsBeholderPlant creaturesDrow (Dungeons & Dragons)

Question 8: There are ruins of an ancient ________-worshiping drow city in a part of Undermountain near the Promenade whose inhabitants were single-handedly driven away by Halaster while he was creating Undermountain.
Drow deitiesLolthGnome deitiesElf deities

Question 9: Waterdeep is a fictional city-state that forms part of a popular Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game campaign setting called the ________.
Forgotten RealmsDragonlanceDungeons & DragonsOriental Adventures

Question 10: Skullport is in the Upper ________—a region of extensive caverns and tunnels beneath Faerûn—and is located directly below Waterdeep.
Wizard (Dungeons & Dragons)IllithidDungeon (magazine)Underdark


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