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100 Fantasy Villains and their Evil Deeds $1.50
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100 Fantasy Villains and their Evil Deeds
Publisher: Lee's Lists
by Steven H. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 08/27/2013 01:11:06

For a dollar you get a great deal of information to use in your adventures. There are 100 different fantasy villains and their evil deeds for you to work with. Each one gets your imagination running.

You have everything you can imagine at your fingertips, from dwarves that conspired with orcs to Queen Venomkiss who millenia ago was the last of the great vampire queens and caused the ravenous blood plague.

Definitely worth a buck.



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[4 of 5 Stars!]
100 Fantasy Villains and their Evil Deeds
Publisher: Lee's Lists
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 12/16/2012 09:27:12

Whether you are in need of a few rumours to spice up background chatter or are short of inspiration for your next villain, come and dip in to this collection.

Each entry gives a name and some associated details, often more than a mere evil deed or two - perhaps the name of an organisation, the trade they followed or something concerning how they went about said evil deeds. Just reading through them spawns ideas, a swirling mass of them to put flesh and bones on the few words of each entry, material for an adventure or even a whole campaign.

Take # 20. "Eternity Grimweave. Millennia ago. Demon Warlock. Created the first of the dark magic tomes and spread them across the land." That begs a lot of questions, and in answering them there is the potential for a whole campaign to develop. Demon warlocks often extend their lifespan by, um, questionable and dubious means, so is Eternity Grimweave (silly name, but never mind) still around? (You might think that 'Eternity' is not just a silly name but a big clue...). What was the purpose of the dark magic tomes, and how many were there anyway? Who has them now? Are some still undiscovered, ready to wreak havoc once some unwary soul flips through their pages?

Get the idea? And there are 99 more of these to play with. Better put my copy down, or no more reviews will get written this afternoon!



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