Troll in the Corner
Encounters—Plots—Places is a source book for any fantasy role playing game. In it you will find Non-player characters, items, adventure hooks, encounters & beasties – all easily added to your campaign with a minimum of effort. 60 pages full of adventure, intrigue, danger and rewards.
You'll find links between all of the above throughout the document, highlighting NPCs, encounters, items and places that work extraordinarily well together.
In addition to this, several pages of adventure hooks to get your GM creative juices flowing!
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