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As a DM with more than 20 years of experience, one of my favorite things to do is design interesting NPCs to challenge the players. I love to use them as rivals, boss-type enemies, and occasionally to flesh out the entire roster of an opposing party.

In Iconic NPCs - Good vs. Evil, you'll find statistics for powerful champions of light and darkness. Aligned with the divine and unholy powers in your campaign, these NPCs can be used as allies, enemies, or rivals for heroes in tier 2 (levels 5-10), 3 (levels 11-16), or 4 (levels 17-20).

At tiers 2 and 3, they can be used as boss-type NPCs supported by lesser monsters or NPCs found in the Monster Manual, Volo’s Guide to Monsters, and Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes. The legendary NPCs are best utilized in a similar manner.

At tiers 3 and 4, these NPCs may also be used to flesh out an enemy adventuring party to challenge the power of the player characters.

Why provide statistics for good-aligned NPCs? Ever had a party stray from the righteous path? They'll need heroic adversaries to challenge their villanous predilections.

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This title was added to our catalog on March 08, 2020.