Over a dozen low-level NPC statblocks, inspired by medieval military units.
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Designed by: Christopher Faught
Despite the multitude of exciting and exotic demons, dragons, snake-people, and paralyzing lizard-chickens in the 5e Monster Manual, the single most useful and well-worn section is Appendix B, which lists all the mundane humanoid NPCs such as guards, bandits, and cultists.
Ceazor’s Soldiering adds over a dozen new low-level, bog-standard NPC statblocks based mostly on traditional medieval military units. Unfortunately none of them stand out compared to what we already have in the Monster Manual.
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Over 60 miscellaneous humanoid statblocks and samples to fill out all your NPC needs.
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Designed by: Darrin Scott
The Monster Manual provides a solid list of monster types found in swamps, dungeons, caves, and volcanic fortresses. But what if you need to outfit a caravan? Or an NPC adventuring group? Or an entire town comes under attack and you want something more than just Commoners and Guards?
“Versatile NPCs II” provides over 60 miscellaneous humanoid statblocks, effectively translating many player character archetypes into NPCs, making it an incredibly helpful resource for almost every campaign.
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