NPCs are a big part of any tabletop roleplaying game. Whether they are just passing characters with directions to the nearest town or long-standing background characters that your players have grown to love, every interaction adds something to the game. Having interesting and exciting NPCs can make the difference between a good game and a great game. For that reason we’ve put together the following list of 100 NPCs for you to use in your next fantasy adventure. Need a random encounter? Why not just roll a D100 and see who you meet. 1. A ‘reformed’ evil genius 2. Someone who believes ‘everything can be improved with magic’ 3. A PC’s sibling 4. A local historian who is overly keen for some ‘history’ to happen in their lifetime 5. Someone who has lost everything and is furious with the world 6. A teenager in love 7. A monarch who has lost their kingdom 8. A child that wants to grow up to be part of the PCs party 9. The world’s best forger 10. A dancer by day, an assassin by night 11. A terrib
So after painting a classic ogre and bear for a friend, I thought I could finally finish these three guys I meant to paint for another friend !You might remember the excellent kickstarter from Dunkeldorf earlier this year, well I was lucky enough to get a review package loaded with nice stuff ! The kickstarter aimed at providing players with all the NPC's and civilians any good Role Player might want to encounter (or maybe you do wan to play them after all ^^). Being well into warhammer RPG, mordheim and that sort of stuff, this looked awesome, just check :Read Moar Skullz »
Just like I said, I didn't paint any of what I should be painting but felt the urge to get these crystal critters done !They're the Ferrus Testudines from Krakon Games and just feel right to have with the crystals I've painted so far so that's a good thing to have done !I don't know what the 2 of them are doing to those rocks (maybe absorbing minerals) and I'm not sure I want to know but as they are, they're fine, it was a single night's work so everything pretty rough but I needed to get those done quickly to avoid the guilt of painting something else. And they look fine enough for NPCs and terrain I think.Great little pieces to have, one day I'll find a way to use in a scenario I'm sure !