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100 Fantasy Soldiers, Mercenaries or Men-at-Arms


This supplement has 100 different fantasy soldiers, who may also be used in most cases as mercenaries or men-at-arms, that characters could encounter. Some might also be used as guards, with some modification. These could be used to flesh out people that the characters encounter so that they are more than a stat block, or as sources of potential problems or adventure hooks.

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  • Serran Daylar: Serran is a bully and, like many bullies, also a coward, unwilling to challenge those who might be a threat. They are also lazy. Serran will find the easiest to intimidate in their unit, especially amongst new recruits who lack the experience, and bully them into doing the tasks that Serran should be doing, allowing them to skate by without much effort. It may only be a matter of time before one of Serran's victims proves to be more dangerous than they anticipate.
  • Shandar Huntang: Shandar has a whole host of foibles that they are constantly embracing, and are often made fun of by others in their unit as a result. Shandar is a bit on the small side, so most think they're an easy target to poke fun at, but they also hold a grudge for a very long time and are willing to carefully plot their revenge. A few people have suffered incidents so far that cannot be linked back to Shandar, but there's always the chance they will completely lose it and do something drastic.
  • Sirassa Yolan: Sirassa is a competent enough soldier, good enough at what they do. They are, however, none too bright, and know it as well. Those who know how to command Sirassa know that they need to be given clear instructions without possibility of misunderstanding, which Sirassa will then follow to the letter. Ambiguity in instructions can lead to unfortunate incidents.
  • Syna Killin: Syna joined up simply because they thought they'd look good in a uniform and it would increase their luck when it came to dating. So far, this has proven true to a degree, but Syna had never fully thought through the implications. They're now having second thoughts and, despite their increased luck, are wondering if the potential for getting killed in their line of work is really worth it.
  • Tarrax Velwick: Tarrax is an extremely venal individual who only joined the profession as a way to make money. Though that's not a career choice most would have thought suitable for such. Tarrax, whenever in a position where they can make a few extra coppers - coppers as they are also quite small minded when it comes to their venality - will do so, whether this be taking bribes, stealing the occasional item or any other, minor, way of lining their pockets.

One page is the front cover, one the front matter and one is ads.

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More fantasy NPCs to meet

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