GAH! URGH! I can't....I can't with these books, I just can't. There is so much juicy NPC goodness and it hurts, like I am literaly struggling with how to describe this chonky big ol tome that Trevor has thrown at us, as he does. Honestly, I will say this - I suck at making interesting NPCs, and making ones with stat blocks as beefy and well-developed as the ones in here. That's the truth. What Trevor decided to do with this here series was like "Hey, what if your NPCs were varied, had immense roleplay potential, and were all different levels of badassery?" Cause that is what you get with Adaptable NPCs II. Some examples - the Aging Burglar, the Eternal Revenant, the Dragon Whisperer, the Amethyst Knight. SO MUCH NPC FANTASTICNESS. IF you don't have a copy of this book and its predecessor, you are making a mistake. Filled with amazingly well created NPCs, all decked out with lovely art and laid out wonderfully, this is another product that if I could get in print I would give organs to do so.
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