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The Everyone Everywhere List
by Samuel P. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/29/2016 09:36:24

Very useful list, 100s of names across many different cultures. Since buying all my woes around naming npcs (both on the fly and during prep) are gone. The only stumbling block might be if you want fantasy names for fantasy races, you'll have to pick a real world set of names that match your expectations of how those names should sound (not a big deal though once you've explored the book).

In short, well worth the money to never struggle to name an npc again (including when people ask you for names on the spot).



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The Everyone Everywhere List
by Michael T. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/27/2016 09:45:50

It's a comprehensive list, that's for sure. But the quality of the PDF is absolutely awful. It looks like a poorly scanned pirate copy of the book: the text is hard to read, there's no OCR, the pages are crooked, and there's no bookmarks. The "4th Edition Bonus Material" at the end was obviously tacked on later and is an acceptable PDF quality, but it's so narrow-focused on "pulp/noir" names that it makes it rather useless for anything else.

Honestly, I'd recommend against buying the digital version of this book, unless they come out with a "5th Edition" that doesn't look like something I would've illegally downloaded from a torrent site.



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The Everyone Everywhere List
by Jason D. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 03/01/2013 13:49:01

It's not much to look at, but this has been an indispensable gaming and writing aid for me since I bought a copy when it first premiered at Gen Con. I've used it at five jobs (I work in the computer game industry as a writer) and characters from dozens of campaigns have had names drawn from these pages.



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The Everyone Everywhere List
by William W. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 06/20/2011 13:31:18

A 31-page PDF of male and female names and surnames from many different real-world cultures, plus pulp/noir names and nicknames, pulp villain names, and location names for real and imaginary towns and cities. This is a perfect tool for those times when you need a convincing name for an NPC on the fly, or can't think of a good name for your new PC. Get this PDF and print a copy for your campaign binder, and another to keep behind the screen for on-the-fly character names, Otherwise, you may end up stuck with a bunch of NPCs named "Bob."



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The Everyone Everywhere List
by Phill K. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/30/2011 12:24:24

I had a copy of this list for at least a decade and my original has finally decayed into tatters from all the use it has been. This is the best and easiest to use name guide I've ever seen. A must have for GM's everywhere playing any system. FIVE STARS!



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The Everyone Everywhere List
by Josh R. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 03/13/2011 07:48:07

Very functional list of names. Nothing fancy but when I need a name, I don't care about the art involved with it.



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