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Amphibious Waggon

The amphibious waggon is designed to move from land to water with ease.

Ultimate Equipment Guide II

Author Greg Lynch, J. C. Alvarez
Publisher Mongoose Publishing
Publish date 2005

It is of sturdier construction than a normal waggon, its bed formed of tightly fitted planks that have been sealed with tar. The waggon operates normally on land, but when pulled into the water it will float like a barge. The tongue of the waggon can be removed, if it is venturing into water too deep for its draft animals to keep their footing, and a tiller can be fastened in its place. Without horses, the waggon is usually propelled through the water either by the current or by the use of long poles, though some intrepid souls have outfitted the amphibious waggon with a waggon sail. The waggon is tricky to handle in the water, and can easily become swamped.

Waggon, Amphibious: 80 gp; 420 lb.

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