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NPCs (Spells, Swords, & Stealth, #1) What Happens When The Haggling Is Done And The Shops Are Closed When The Quest Has Been Given, The Steeds Saddled, And The Adventurers Are Off To Their Next Encounter They Keep The World Running, The Food Cooked, And The Horses Shoed, Yet What Adventurer Has Ever Spared A Thought Or Concern For The Non Player Characters In The Town Of Maplebark, Four Such NPCs Settle In For A Night Of Actively Ignoring The Adventurers Drinking In The Tavern When Things Go Quickly And Fatally Awry Once The Dust Settles, These Four Find Themselves Faced With An Impossible Choice Pretend To Be Adventurers Undertaking A Task Of Near Certain Death Or See Their Town And Loved Ones Destroyed Armed Only With Salvaged Equipment, Second Hand Knowledge, And A Secret That Could Get Them Killed, It Will Take All Manner Of Miracles If They Hope To Pull Off Their Charade And Even If They Succeed, The Deadliest Part Of Their Journey May Well Be What Awaits Them At Its End. Next time you re playing an RPG, please try to be considerate about where you die.Unfortunately for the inhabitants of the Maplebark Inn, a band of careless adventurers have stumbled in after eating bad mushrooms and have now found precisely the wrong place to pass on For the gamers who were playing the adventurers, it s not a big deal after all, that s what backup characters are for But for the NPC characters, there s no such thing as a re roll, and now they have to handle four rather suspic Next time you re playing an RPG, please try to be considerate about where you die.Unfortunately for the inhabitants of the Maplebark Inn, a band of careless adventurers have stumbled in after eating bad mushrooms and have now found precisely the wrong place to pass on For the gamers who were playing the adventurers, it s not a big deal after all, that s what backup characters are f I just read a book by this author Drew Hayes and really enjoyed and am waiting for the next in that series I decided to wait for the audio A friend here recommended this these and I d already noticed it them so I picked it up.At first I wasn t really involved but as the book went on I found it a great and fun read.If you re a gamer you are familiar with the term NPC which stands for Non Player Character That would be the bar tenders, stable boys, tavern girls, town guardsmen and so on, t I just read a book by this author Drew Hayes and really enjoyed and am waiting for the next in that series I decided to wait for the audio A friend here recommended this these and I d already noticed it them so I picked it up.At first I wasn t really involved but as the book went on I found it a great and fun read.If you re a gamer you are familiar with the term NPC which stands for Non Player Character That would be the bar tenders, stable boys, tavern girls, town guardsmen and so on, the people with whom the Player Characters interact through the Game Master throughout the game Butwhat do they do between games So we start with a group of NPCs sitt What does a street urchin, a emperor, a hobgoblin, and a god have in common They are all Non Player Characters or NPCs that populate and bring to life the world of table top role playing games RPGs They are controlled and the game master and can be friends, foes, or just background to the characters players control PCs While essential to the game, they are often abused, ignored, or exploited by PCs and seen as an end to the PCs goal of gaining my power, levels, and wealthWho caresWhat does a street urchin, a emperor, a hobgoblin, and a god have in common They are all Non Player Characters or NPCs that populate and bring to life the world of table top role playing games RPGs They are controlled and the game master and can be friends, foes, or just background to the characters players control PCs While essential to the game, they are often abused, ignored, or exploited by PCs and seen as an end to the PCs goal of gaining my power, levels, and wealthWho cares He s just an NPCsomeone who doesn t matter They re the background scenery, like the buildings and treesThink of them as the poor schmucks in the crowd wh Executive Summary Why did I wait so long to listen to this one This book is a lot of fun If you re a Tabletop RPG fan, I highly recommend picking this one up.Audiobook Roger Wayne is excellent He does a variety of voices for the different characters He speaks with good inflection and volume Audio is an excellent option for this series Full Review Most if not all people who have played Dungeons Dragons or similar tabletop RPGs or any RPG game for that matter have suffered the lo Executive Summary Why did I wait so long to listen to this one This book is a lot of fun If you re a Tabletop RPG fan, I highly recommend picking this one up.Audiobook Roger Wayne is excellent He does a variety of voices for the different characters He speaks with good inflection and volume Audio is an excellent option for this series Full Review Most if not all people who have played Dungeons Dragons or similar tabletop RPGs or any RPG game for that matter have suffered the loss of a character before You may have poured hours of time into it s creation, and eveninto bringing them to life, depending how long you ve been playing it It probably hurt when they died But then you just roll up a new character and go on.Did you ever wonder what the NPCs think about your death Or what they get up to when you re not around to rob, maim or pump them for information Drew Hayes did, and it s pretty amusing This book is full of in jokes, both about RPG games particularly the dice rolling var I guess what bothers me is that the NPC part is kind of a gimmick that just gets you to read a somewhat interesting but ultimately underwhelming and unmemorable fantasy story The idea is supposed to be that the Non Player characters from dungeons and dragons are forced to become the real adventurers that normally they only interact with in taverns to sell a tankard of ale or get kidnapped Sounds kind of fun But the whole premise of the book is forgotten in about 5 pages After the NPCs beco I guess what bothers me is that the NPC part is kind of a gimmick that just gets you to read a somewhat interesting but ultimately underwhelming and unmemorable fantasy story The idea is supposed to be that the Non Player characters from dungeons and dragons are forced to become the real a This is the first book I ve read by this author.I m not really sure what to write about this book I was looking for something relatively light and fluffy with the potential of humor This book popped up on my radar, I noticed it was on Kindle Unlimited, so I tried it I was actually unexpectedly surprised, as opposed to expectedly surprised I suppose Hmms Let s see Bah.I was actually surprised by how much deeper this book turned out to be on a certain level Sure, it s still mostly fluffy, b This is the first book I ve read by this author.I m not really sure what to write about this book I was I really enjoyed the story, especially the first half, with the characters blundering about passing for true adventurers I liked how the author played with the expected stereotypes the gnome would be the rogue, the noble girl would be the mage , but also how the NPCs, while acting like adventurers, retained, well, NPCesque characteristics such as being the ones warning all the players about the danger, or using knowledge nobody else would have For instance, the gnome used to be a henc I really enjoyed the story, es WHERE THE HELL IS BOOK II Loved, loved, loved this book If you played DD back in the day, you will enjoy it I m talking about the paper version, you crazy kids with your newfangled video gamesA fun, fast read Hayes does a wonderful job of capturing th I ve never played a tabletop roleplaying game, though I ve been thinking about it lately Onething to check off to achieve my official geekdom badge I do know enough about this gaming concept to easily wander into this book, though it might be just a little too niche for someone completely ignorant of the medium Still, Hayes does a reasonable job of explaining some of the logistics without bogging down the story with over exposition.One thing you would ne


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