Friends, Foes & Followers — Part 11

April 12, 2010

Part 9 of 14 in the series Friends, Foes & Followers

The HârnCon 7 (Kansas City) Edition

Friends, Foes & Followers is a GM resource that uses a common format for presenting 2 pages of information about a character. The characters can be used in any way the GM sees fit; as NPC opponents, helpers or even emergency PCs for that unexpected player, making these resources no GM should be without. With artwork by Richard Luschek, this instalment contains:

  • a jailer
  • an alchemist
  • an apothecary
  • a miller
  • a thespian
  • the child of a guildsman
  • an entertainer (juggler)
  • a sage
  • a tenant officer (reeve)
  • a knight’s page
  • a Navehan priest (assassin)
  • a grey mage

With FFF 11, the layout of the character sheet has been finalized. Some of the changes include: grey header (to save on ink), acknowledgement moved to the illustration side of the page, added a credit for Brent Bailey (editor), added the star rating for the character on the text side of the page, removed the colour headers from the description and adventure hooks to make the document completely black and white, standardized the size of the description and adventure hook boxes.

The largest number of changes are to the stat box, including: new appearance section (including the character’s size, as per HM3 Character 6), new money/valuables section, new other equipment section, new load and encumbrance sections, and a separate section for missile weapons.

The most significant change is a whole new indexing system (included). This makes each character type a single three-digit number. Different characters will be indicated by a letter following the number. FFF 12 follows this format. FFF 1 to 10 will be revised and updated to follow the new format.

by Kerry Mould


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One Response to “Friends, Foes & Followers — Part 11”

  1. Hey you! on May 11th, 2010 4:51 pm

    Hmmm… that alchemist looks like my grandfather, Lawrence Bryan… I wonder if a larger version is available for printing out.

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