Hi Legend players !
As I promised earlier here is our first batch of ready to use non-player characters. For now I included 8 common folk you may meet during your adventures, like the Blacksmith and City Guard.
You may download the file here : Legend – Common NPC Collection 0.1
If you are more interested in playable characters you may look at our previous article here and here for not less than a dozen sample characters in total !
In the above collection you will find 8 different NPC with complete statistics :
Accountant – A man who is really godd with numbers. Good to have him around for bartering or for the everyday business
Animal Trainer – Animals are really useful companions,especially if well trained. The trainer know them well, as well the surrounding area.
Barkeep – This guy appear in almost every adventure, so he is truly an epic NPC ! Well maybe not, but generally useful with his contacts.
Blacksmith – As the Barkeep this guy is available in every single village, and he is as useful as he can be. But don’t make him angry, since he wields a very heavy hammer.
Burglar – He could be an ally or an enemy. Beware of the shadows ! He is very skilled in many things, but not really trained in combat.
City Guard – An average man with common weaponry and with some training. Don’t underestaminate them, as more often than not the numbers are on their side.
Delegate – More a diplomat than a warrior his skills are much more suited in a noble’s hall than in the battlefield. Players may meet him as an untouchable adversary or even as an employer.
Doctor – Ever adventurer needs somebody to heal him up. In Legend RPG it’s even more true than in others.
I hope you will find these as useful as our sample player characters in the past.
Zoltán “Cain” Mészáros
Update 2012.01.13 – the download file is updated
Hey. These are really nice. THANK YOU for posting them. I hope you don’t mind, but I combined this file and the other character examples into one single ZIP file, then uploaded to Google Docs here for public consumption –
I hadn’t realized G Docs would auto unzip and allow the individual pdfs to be viewable online, but presto chango, there they are now all in one place.
Once you get a later version of the NPC collection (if you plan on adding to it), I’ll rezip it all together again in one spot.
Also, Hopefully I can send you some additional examples? to add to the collection? If you want some. It might be a great idea to open this up for everyone to add to. Just a thought.
Thanks again, Peter Robbins
The Google Docs was a good idea ! I didn’t know that it’s possible to upload ZIP files.
I definitely plan to extend both the PC and the NPC collection, but currently I’m a little bit overladen with other projects. Anything you may add is welcome.
Just send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you !
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