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    Fri Jul 30, 2021 9:16 pm  
    Which Greyhawk NPCs would you most like to see detailed?

    I love reading about WoG NPCs and I love who many of them have developed over the years. I really enjoyed the Dungeon write up of Evard and Warduke.

    It got me thinking about the perpetual dream of a Greyhawk hardcover, and which NPCs do you think are so important to Greyhawk that they would be detailed in the main hardcover - rather than being left to another region specific book (think 3E FR hardcover, versus regional softcover books).

    Obviously the Circle of Eight would need some detail, though you probably couldn't fit right ups of all of them like in LGJ#0. But Mordenkainen I think would have to be there.

    Obviously Iuz is central to many plots and would need to be detailed - though as a deity he might already be covered.

    Who else rates a mention in your view?
    Canon Hazen? King Belvor? Queen Yolande? The Dread Hierach (if he lives in your campaign), the Father of Obedience? Perhaps Nerof Gasgol since the hardcover would have to talk about the Gem of the Flanaess?

    Then perhaps a second question: if not in the main Greyhawk Hardcover, but somewhere else, like Oerth Journal - which Greyhawk NPC would you like to see written up?
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    Sat Jul 31, 2021 2:53 am  
    Re: Which Greyhawk NPCs would you most like to see detailed?

    Phalastar wrote:
    I love reading about WoG NPCs and I love who many of them have developed over the years. I really enjoyed the Dungeon write up of Evard and Warduke.

    It got me thinking about the perpetual dream of a Greyhawk hardcover, and which NPCs do you think are so important to Greyhawk that they would be detailed in the main hardcover - rather than being left to another region specific book (think 3E FR hardcover, versus regional softcover books).

    Obviously the Circle of Eight would need some detail, though you probably couldn't fit right ups of all of them like in LGJ#0. But Mordenkainen I think would have to be there.

    Obviously Iuz is central to many plots and would need to be detailed - though as a deity he might already be covered.

    Who else rates a mention in your view?
    Canon Hazen? King Belvor? Queen Yolande? The Dread Hierach (if he lives in your campaign), the Father of Obedience? Perhaps Nerof Gasgol since the hardcover would have to talk about the Gem of the Flanaess?

    Then perhaps a second question: if not in the main Greyhawk Hardcover, but somewhere else, like Oerth Journal - which Greyhawk NPC would you like to see written up?


    For me it would be Bigby. I don't often have player's encounter many of the more famous NPC's but Bigby has always been more accesable in m campaign. He will often be the source of quests for higher end mid-level characters.
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