LL/AEC Rogues Gallery PDF Download

In case you haven’t noticed the Downloads page I added a couple of days ago, take a look up there at the end of the navigation bar and click. This is the page I’ll use for corralling the various PDFs that I occasionally put together out of blog material and other sources.

To help launch this section of the site officially (the unofficial launch came with the release of G-Man’s adventure for Barbarians of Lemuria) I’ve gone and made a PDF of the project I’ve been poking at off an on for a year now.

This PDF contains only the “by class” entries and not the “adventuring parties” I’ve done. If I do enough parties I’ll put together a PDF for those on their own. I may also decide to do another batch of “by class” entries for higher level NPCs. But for now, here’s your chance to snag a bunch of first level mooks in one handy volume.

Now maybe I can get myself off this rock my creativity seems to have run aground upon and produce something new within a couple of days 🙂

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0 thoughts on “LL/AEC Rogues Gallery PDF Download

    1. the venomous pao Post author

      Glad you like it, GR. The layout especially, since I was really trying to make it clean and readable. Yay, me! 🙂

  1. G-Man

    You’ve got the “gift of names”, V.P.

    I especially liked “Grumbling Rhys” and “Etienne the Chaste.” Their monikers speak volumes.

    1. the venomous pao Post author

      Thanks, amigo! At least some of the names were definitely intended to convey some little tidbit of personality. Just like the old pre-gens in B1 did (for me anyway).

    1. the venomous pao Post author

      Two of the classics. I’m also fond of:

      • “The Mystical One”
      • Nupo, Servant of the Bringer
      • Glendor the Fourth
      • Mohag the Wanderer
      • Sho-Rembo
      • Trebbelos, Boy Magician
      • Lappoy the Unexpected
      • Laggamundo
      • Harg of the City Afar

      There are some other good ones, but the above are among my faves in B1. Sadly, I no longer have a copy of the AD&D Rogues Gallery so I can’t hunt for wacky ones in that august volume. I don’t remember them being as off the wall, but that could just be my failing memory playing tricks on me 🙂