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2 hours ago, Disciple of Sakura said:

I see someone is running War for the Crown.

 

Yeah, pretty much. You have some inkling of my pain then, with the gigantic pile of NPCs called for. I don't want to have just the Princess painted up because she's guaranteed to survive the first scene. I want to provide the same level of immersion that I've always managed. I want [redacted character]'s [redacted] to be memorable, for multiple definitions of [redacted character] and [redacted].

 

To be honest, I expect by the time this adventure path is over I'll have a painted figure for every single noble in Taldor.

 

More NPCs will be posted as they're finished. I have a few weeks before the first session.

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The Lady Gloriana Morilla

 

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(dat butt ::P:)

 

She's #77208 Anwyn

 

I used the same red/pink here as on Princess Eutropia for a reason. It's not really a spoiler, it's open knowledge that Lady Morilla is one of the Princess's staunchest allies.

 

A simple speed paint. Circumstances dictated a simple speed paint.

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Diago the Great

 

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He's #77290 Mousling Druid. The beekeeper disavows any and all knowledge of the druid's antics.

 

Like most villains he has some grandeous names for himself. Hierophant of the Arc, Archduke of Tangancies, various other mathematical titles not normally attributed to a big rat.

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1 hour ago, NebulousMissy said:

Diago the Great

 

He's #77290 Mousling Druid. The beekeeper disavows any and all knowledge of the druid's antics.

 

Like most villains he has some grandeous names for himself. Hierophant of the Arc, Archduke of Tangancies, various other mathematical titles not normally attributed to a big rat.

I wouldn't have thought of using a Mouseling mini as Diago. Then again... I wasn't really thinking of using anything but a standard dire rat mini..

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On 8/30/2019 at 4:20 PM, NebulousMissy said:

...Hierophant of the Arc, Archduke of Tangancies, various other mathematical titles not normally attributed to a big rat.

Hmm...a mathematical genius with a villainous bent? Does he have a plot to usurp the crown and oppress the elderly, the infirm, and ESPECIALLY the little children?
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Duke Leonard Centimus

 

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He's #148 in the Bones 4 core set.

 

He's one of the few NPCs with art in the adventure book, probably because getting to draw a pudgy half elf is such a rare thing ::P:

 

I did not manage to own or find a suitable mini that also had the Duke's pimped-out wheelchair. Unfortunate. A steampunk wheelchair mini would be an interesting and welcomed addition to any fantasy, Weird World, weird west, or pseudofuturistic setting. Maybe a spider-like crawly chair... :ph34r:

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