True story. I was driving home from spending some time at a local park fishing when I saw this paper grocery bag filled with notebooks in the road. I stopped, grabbed it and found someone's old school D&D game note. He had built an extensive dungeon filled with Troglodytes. I thought to myself (then) who the hell uses troglodytes!
Fast forward to now. I wanted something different when running some games with my own kids, so I opted for Troglodytes (thinking back to that old notebook), this book, Lazy GM: Troglodytes, was a HUGE help.
No thrills. No art. Just page after page of Trog stats that you can use anywhere.
I recently came back to this book to see if I could use it under the newest version of the rules. Not as sucessful, but it reminded how useful a book like this is.
To the Publisher: Seriously, redo this book for the newest D&D and add a table of random Troglodyte names and you have another hit on your hands.