DMs Guild Review – Adaptable NPCs

70 unique NPC statblocks and 8 drop-in dungeons.

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A review copy of “Adaptable NPCs” was provided by the publisher. Find more DMs Guild Reviews on my website and YouTube channel.

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Designed by:  Trevor Armstrong

While fiendish demons, exotic alien threats, and gargantuan monsters can be a lot of fun, more often than not it’s the humanoid NPCs you’ll be utilizing most as a DM. “Adaptable NPCs” provides dozens of unique ideas drawn from video game RPGs and older editions of D&D to create memorable and powerful friends and foes alike.

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DMs Guild Review – The Hag’s Hexes

Sixty pages of Hag-related monsters, lore, curses, and adventures.

A review copy of “The Hag’s Hexes” was provided by the publisher. Find more DMs Guild Reviews on my website and YouTube channel.

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Designed by:  Tim Bannock, with Matt Butler, JVC Parry, Janek Sielicki

Hags are a classic foe in literature and increasingly in the horror genre in the form of witches. They’re no strangers to the world of Dungeons & Dragons, receiving three types in the Monster Manual (Green, Night, Sea) as well as a detailed section and another two hag variants (Annis, Bheur) in Volo’s Guide to Monsters.

In case you need even more hag-related content, there’s “The Hag’s Hexes.” It’s a 60-page supplement with a very obvious theme, featuring new statblocks for hags and hag-related allies, as well as magic items, curses and bargains, mini one-shot adventures, and tips on role-playing.

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