Hunter/Hunted: A Pirates of the Spanish Main Campaign
San Juan, Puerto Rico is a Spanish town with a significant port and 2 large forts. However, since the Spanish Navy is now more concerned with gold in the west than plantations in the east, the town has fallen on hard times. In an effort to ensure his people still get the support they need, they often turn a blind eye to pirates and smugglers bringing goods into the town. The forts and marines keep the true violence and any conquerors at bay, but pirates can walk the streets freely, as long as they don’t threaten the peace.
Puerto Rico is mountainous, especially in the center, though the north and south are flatter and contain the best harbors. The central regions are heavily forested and have been little explored.