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Fellowship of Phandalin: The NPCs of Lost Mine of Phandelver as PCs

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A 78-page campaign aid featuring the Lost Mine of Phandelver NPCs—Daran Edermath, Droop, Garaele, Gundren Rockseeker, Linene Graywind, Qelline Alderleaf, reformed Redbrand, Reidoth, and Sildar Hallwinter—reimagined as player characters. Each one is presented at each level, 1st to 5th, in the style of Wizards' own pregenerated characters. That’s 45 stat blocks total!

Use this collection as

  • pregenerated characters to start Lost Mine of Phandelver,
  • backup characters to plug and play in case of character death, 
  • an aid for DMs who want to level up Lost Mine of Phandelver NPCs, or
  • character concepts to play in any campaign!

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Mike R July 11, 2019 4:04 am UTC
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Why are there two PDFs, one called Fellowship of Phandalin, and another called Triboar Trail Heroes? Their contents appear to be almost identical.
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Adam H July 11, 2019 2:36 pm UTC
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Sorry for the confusion, Mike! Triboar Trail Heroes was the working title.

The PDF name has been updated. If you download anything that says 'v2' in the title name, you have the most recently updated file. In any case, the difference between v1 and v2 is only layout/color changes.
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Andrew B October 16, 2018 4:32 pm UTC
It has Droop but not Klarg?
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Adam H October 16, 2018 4:49 pm UTC
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Thanks for your question! I thought about Klarg, but he seems evil through and through. On the other hand, Droop seems pretty happy to help the PCs, and the Redbrands we know can be redeemed because one of the Starter Set characters is a reformed Redbrand.
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Andrew B December 22, 2018 4:04 pm UTC
I respect your opinion. However: one of my Players was using the Human Noble pregen included in the adventure and rolled a Natural 20 on... some Knowledge roll involving Klarg; I don't remember what the specific roll was. But he was a new player at the time and I wanted to illustrate that while a successful Int roll typically means "I know something about Bugbears" and a VERY successful roll means "I know EVERYTHING about Bugbears," a Natural 20 means "I knew THIS Bugbear in college." So I literally told him "you knew this Bugbear in college. His name is Klarg."

And he said "so... what does that mean?" And I said something along the lines of "that's up to you. It could mean you literally met him when you were in actual college or it could just mean you know him from way back." So we decided that when Salazar (the PC's name) was a young man, he was kidnapped and ransomed by Klarg. He was held for several weeks while his family decided whether...See more
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Adam H December 22, 2018 4:50 pm UTC
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That's awesome, Andrew. I love when unlikely things happen in games.

I've run Lost Mine of Phandelver three times and played it once. In none of those scenarios was Klarg anything other than a brute and died at the hands of the adventurers. But it's cool that, in D&D, almost anything can happen.

Maybe I'll add Klarg one day. That would be a fun exercise. But for now I think I'll let the roster stand as is. Klarg is a bit of a corner case.
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