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GameMastery Face Cards: Urban NPCs
Paizo Inc.(based on 6 ratings)
Be it a sinister sneer, a welcoming glance, or a sly wink, first impressions count in any game. This 54-card set of beautifully illustrated, full-color Face Cards lets you give a new dimension to your game’s NPCs. Each card back includes space to add your own notes for each character. Face Cards are usable with any fantasy roleplaying game.
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