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The Livery

of the
Guilds of Waterdeep
or

Dont laugh at the guy wearing the sequined glove

An aide-memoire for use with the


Waterdeep Events Generator
1. The Bakers' Guild
White cloaks and hats with a light blue chevron on the left shoulder or brim of
each.

2. The Carpenters', Roofers', and Plasterers' Guild


Red caps, pierced in the brow with a row of three brass nails

3. The Cellarers' and Plumbers' Guild


Deep orange caps and cloaks, with a red line trim border around all hems and
cuffs

4. The Coopers' Guild


Brown caps and cloaks, with blue and green trim lines at the hems

5. The Council of Farmer-Grocers


Cloaks or sashes of bright green; in early summer, fresh floral blossoms worn at
the left shoulder

6. The Council of Musicians, Instrument-Makers, and Choristers


Scarlet jackets, with slashed sleeves of white and purple, and deep green long
cloaks and matching hats, with white and purple plumes

7. The Dungsweepers' Guild


Cap with red and orange feathers

8. The Fellowship of Bowers and Fletchers


White jackets or cloaks with red diagonal stripes

9. The Fellowship of Carters and Coachmen


Dark blue cloaks and long-peaked caps, with silver trim

10. The Fellowship of Innkeepers


None

11. The Fellowship of Salters, Packers, and Joiners


Yellow cloaks and high-peaked caps with a black spoked carriage wheel on the
breast and center brim, with a black sail curved around it
12. The Fishmongers' Fellowship
Yellow cloaks and high-peaked caps with a black sashes of silver with a single
blue eye, worn hanging straight down from the left shoulder

13. The Guild of Apothecaries & Physicians


Cloaks and tunics (never caps) of black, gray, and white bands, with a large
white diamond, bordered in gray with the long points vertical, on chest and back

14. The Guild of Butchers


Crimson cloaks with purple lining

15. The Guild of Chandlers & Lamplighters


Black caps with a gold flame device on both sides of the head (and, for
ceremonies only, black tunics with a gold flame inside a gold circle on the
breast)

16. The Guild of Fine Carvers


Royal blue cloaks with red and brown lines as borders

17. The Guild of Glassblowers, Glaziers, & Speculum-makers


Pink cloaks or robes with a large white circle on the breast

18. The Guild of Stonecutters, Masons, Potters, & Tile-makers


Gray cloaks and caps with an orange pickaxe, han dle vertical and blade at the
top

19. The Guild of Trusted Pewterers and Casters


White sleeveless surcoats and aprons with the green silhouette of a tankard,
handle to the viewer's right, beneath a bell

20. The Guild of Watermen


Blue shoulder-raincloaks, white shapeless hats

21. The Jewelers' Guild


Deep purple robes with a triangular, crown-cut white gem, point downward, on
the breast, purple hats with white plumes
22. The Launderers' Guild
White caps and cloaks with an open human hand, fingers uppermost and spread,
in silver on the breast of the cloak and center peak of the cap

23. The League of Basketmakers & Wickerworkers


Cloaks of gold, with red and purple diagonal lines forming a cross-hatch pattern
on breast and back

24. The League of Skinners & Tanners


Leather armbands (almost a foot long, worn on upper left arm) of gleaming
brown, with a red diamond representing a hide cut into it, a black skinning knife
raised up in the center of this diamond

25. The Loyal Order of Street Laborers


Red caps, gray cloaks and tunics with red pickaxe on right breast (point high,
handle down), red trim lines at hems and cuffs

26. The Master Mariners' Guild


Red hats with white plumes, red shoulder cloaks

27. The Most Careful Order of Skilled Smiths & Metalforgers


Gray caps with black plumes, red tunics with a black vertical hammer, head
uppermost, on the breast

28. The Most Diligent League of Sail-makers and Cordwainers


White cloaks and caps, and sky-blue robes; on the breast of the robes, two darker
blue wavy horizontal lines (waves), and three silver stars above them

29. The Most Excellent Order of Weavers and Dyers


Rainbow-hue dyed overcloaks and overgowns

30. The Order of Cobblers & Corvisers


Gray cloaks or caps, with a brown human footprint (right foot, bare), toes
uppermost, on the right shoulder or cap-front

31. The Order of Master Shipwrights


Cloaks and robes of blue, dun, and red, in three broad vertical stripes
32. The Order of Master Taylors, Glovers, and Mercers
White glove, arm, and half-cloak (one piece garment), decorated with blue and
green sequins in a repeating pattern of interwoven thread, leading to a threaded
needle picked out in sequins along the wearer's forearm; this is worn on the left
arm, hand, and shoulder, and is removed to do work of any sort

33. The Saddlers' & Harness Makers' Guild


None

34. The Solemn Order of Recognized Furriers & Woolmen


Gray woolen cloaks trimmed with fur (winter), skullcaps of gray wool with a fur
fringe (summer)

35. The Splendid Order of Armorers, Locksmiths, and Finesmiths


Gray cloaks with a single blue star on the left shoulder

36. The Stablemasters' & Farriers' Guild


Deep blue hats with white plumes

37. The Stationers' Guild


White robes, with a black quill pen on the breast

38. The Surveyors', Map, & Chartmakers' Guild


Green robes with a crossed chalk and dividers on the breast, green hats with
white plumes

39. The Vintners', Distilers', & Brewers' Guild


Purple robes with an upright drinking jack in white silhouette on the breast

40. The Wagonmakers' and Coach Builders' Guild


Brown cloaks with four white wheels on each front shoulder

41. The Watchful Order of Magists & Protectors


Dark purple cloaks, with a white human hand, fingers together and uppermost,
on the left shoulder

42. The Wheelwrights' Guild


Orange robes with a black, spoked wheel on the breast