- Friends, Foes & Followers — Parts 1, 2, 3
- Friends, Foes & Followers — Parts 4, 5, 6
- Friends, Foes & Followers — Part 7
- Friends, Foes & Followers — Part 8
- Friends, Foes & Followers — Part 9
- Friends, Foes & Followers — Part 10
- Friends, Foes & Followers — Thonahexus 6
- Friends, Foes & Followers — Uthriem Roliri
- Friends, Foes & Followers — Part 11
- Friends, Foes & Followers — Part 12
- Friends, Foes & Followers — Part 13
- Friends, Foes & Followers — Uldien
- Friends, Foes & Followers — Men In White
- Friends, Foes & Followers — Part 14
- Friends, Foes & Followers — Part 15
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.
This zip file contains 36 fully developed characters, including 11 military, 1 barbarian, 10 guildsmen, 4 unguilded, 4 nobles, 4 priests, 1 mage and 1 non-human. It replaces FFF 4 (4422 downloads), 5 (4581 downloads) and 6 (4876 downloads).
This updated and revised edition of FFF 4, 5 and 6 contains all the same characters, but upgraded to the final FFF format. It incorporates many changes, big and small, including removing the name and nationality from the front page to allow the GM to rename the character to fit his or her needs. Kerry has also updated index numbers and added a full HarnMaster Character Profile.
In response to a request at HârnCon III, Kerry has created two 2pp articles detailing pre-made adventuring groups known as ‘A Company of Adventurers’ (ACOA). These are perfect for convention play or as a sample group for new players.
FFF 5 is the HârnCon III edition and includes two ACOA groups: ‘The Pentacle’ (by John Sgammato & Kerry Mould) and ‘Andel’s Entourage’ (by Andy Gibson and Kerry Mould).
FFF 6 includes nine characters inspired by the Sci-Fi series “Firefly” transposed into the world of Harn as seagoing folk instead of spacefaring folk. Their ship is a 64 foot dak, the ‘Lorkin’ (qv), a medieval type of ship known to us as a cog which—despite its connections to FFF6—can be used separately for any seaborne adventures, perhaps starting with Sail Ho! (qv). ACOA 3, ‘The Crew of the Lorkin’ (by Andy Gibson, Ken Snellings, and Kerry Mould) includes the officers and passengers of the ‘Lorkin’.
FFF 6 also includes three characters inspired by Bernard Knight’s series “Crowner John“, ACOA 4 (by Kerry Mould) groups these into the ‘Agents of the Crown.’
These 36 FFFs are produced by the Harn Writers Guild (HWG). They are written by Kerry Mould (14), John S. Daniel II (12), John Sgammato (6), Ken Snelling (3) and Andy Gibson (1). They are illustrated by Juha Makkonen (24) and Richard Luschek (12).
by Kerry Mould