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Or see their town and loved ones destroyed Armed only with salvaged euipment second hand knowledge and a secret that could get them killed it will take all manner of miracles if they hope to pull off their charadeAnd even if they succeed the deadliest part of their journey may well be what awaits them at its en. This is the first book I ve read by this authorI m not really sure what to write about this book I was looking for something relatively light and fluffy with the potential of humor This book popped up on my radar I noticed it was on Kindle Unlimited so I tried it I was actually unexpectedly surprised as opposed to expectedly surprised I suppose Hmms Let s see BahI was actually surprised by how much deeper this book turned out to be on a certain level Sure it s still mostly fluffy but there were elements I did not expect to find that made things seem real This in its way is the pointRight so anyone not read the book description Well in case you didn t Four adventures roll into town Visit a tavern Drink some mead and then promptly slump over dead Four others were in the tavern when this event occurred All four are town people and in another realm NPC Non player characters They spring to life so to speak when they spot the four people slumped over They investigate and discuss what to do with the bodies Well first what to do with the passed out people but it uickly turns to what to do with the dead bodies once the four realize that they are dealing with death not passed out drunks One thing leads to another and the four realize something super important the four adventurers have an invitation from the king The king known for being let us say overly eager to burn and pillage his own people Any excuse will do Four dead people traveling under his invitation Perfect excuse to burn and pillage say the village the four people are standing in The same village they happen to live in and most of whom have family living in They naturally examine the possibility of disposing the bodies as far away from the village as possible There s a slight chance that might work A slight chance is not good enough And so NPC s become adventurers Specifically they assume the role of the four dead peopleRight so Who are these people We ve got Eric the human guard and kinda really incompetent the kind who probably would have been out of a job if he wasn t the friend of the village mayor s daughter Naturally since he has training in armor and has armor he ll pretend to be the paladin Then we have Gabrielle also a human She s the village mayor s daughter She spends her time alternating between being boredly tightly bound within the strictures of being a proper lady and being a damsel in distress She s trained a lot to try to break out of needing people to save her but it never seems to work Naturally since she s the most educated of the bunch she ll pretend to be the wizard Then there s the gnome Whose name escapes me at the moment That annoys me Oh right his name is Thistle Since he s worked as a minion and darts around in shadows he ll naturally play the role of the Rogue Lastly we have Grumph he s a half orc and the bartender and owner of the tavern Naturally because he is a half orc he ll play the role of Barbarian Note 1 I got distracted numerous times by accident by the fact that Thristle s god is named Grumble And his best friend is named Grumph Occasionally I d forget which name went with which entity and got confused as to who Thristle was talking withThe above the NPC s interacting with each other was basically what I expected this book to be about I knew that the four would end up pretending to be Adventurer s because that s in the description What I didn t know though found out almost immediately is that the book also includes the point of view of actual adventurers in addition to the NPC s I m of two minds about the adventurer s point of view about whether it was needed or not On the one hand obviously because of the structure of the book something like their point of view was needed here and there On the other hand just maybe not as much of their story intermixed Most of the book though involves the NPC s so I believe the adventurers partpov was probably about right PerhapsSo then this is one of those books that kind of sucked me in tickled me and then spit me out the other side I rather enjoyed this book I did There s some element that lifted it above where I thought the book would rest while at the same time there s some other unexplained element that s keeping me from marking this down as a five star story I did kind of love the book though I ll have to think harder about the rating It should be noted though that I once the first book was done immediately purchased the second book Recall if you will that I initially read this book because it was in the Kindle Unlimited programRight well um I guess that s all I have to say I thinkFebruary 17 2016 Not The Hot Chick read by this authorI m not Pegged and Plugged at the Club really sure what to write about this book I was looking for something Tunnel Through Time relatively light and fluffy with the potential of humor This book popped up on my Game of Bimbofication, Part 3 radar I noticed it was on Kindle Unlimited so I tried it I was actually unexpectedly surprised as opposed to expectedly surprised I suppose Hmms Let s see BahI was actually surprised by how much deeper this book turned out to be on a certain level Sure it s still mostly fluffy but there were elements I did not expect to find that made things seem Game of Bimbofication, Part 2 real This in its way is the pointRight so anyone not Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions, Vol. 1 of 5 read the book description Well in case you didn t Four adventures The Fatima Century roll into town Visit a tavern Drink some mead and then promptly slump over dead Four others were in the tavern when this event occurred All four are town people and in another Leah Starrs Revenge realm NPC Non player characters They spring to life so to speak when they spot the four people slumped over They investigate and discuss what to do with the bodies Well first what to do with the passed out people but it uickly turns to what to do with the dead bodies once the four Pieces 8 (Pieces, realize that they are dealing with death not passed out drunks One thing leads to another and the four Time Flies and Other Short Plays realize something super important the four adventurers have an invitation from the king The king known for being let us say overly eager to burn and pillage his own people Any excuse will do Four dead people traveling under his invitation Perfect excuse to burn and pillage say the village the four people are standing in The same village they happen to live in and most of whom have family living in They naturally examine the possibility of disposing the bodies as far away from the village as possible There s a slight chance that might work A slight chance is not good enough And so NPC s become adventurers Specifically they assume the Drawing Dead (Faolan OConnor Book 1) really incompetent the kind who probably would have been out of a job if he wasn t the friend of the village mayor s daughter Naturally since he has training in armor and has armor he ll pretend to be the paladin Then we have Gabrielle also a human She s the village mayor s daughter She spends her time alternating between being boredly tightly bound within the strictures of being a proper lady and being a damsel in distress She s trained a lot to try to break out of needing people to save her but it never seems to work Naturally since she s the most educated of the bunch she ll pretend to be the wizard Then there s the gnome Whose name escapes me at the moment That annoys me Oh Trails & Tales of Yosemite & the Central Sierra right his name is Thistle Since he s worked as a minion and darts around in shadows he ll naturally play the Chinas Son role of the Rogue Lastly we have Grumph he s a half orc and the bartender and owner of the tavern Naturally because he is a half orc he ll play the Welcome to the Desert of the Real role of Barbarian Note 1 I got distracted numerous times by accident by the fact that Thristle s god is named Grumble And his best friend is named Grumph Occasionally I d forget which name went with which entity and got confused as to who Thristle was talking withThe above the NPC s interacting with each other was basically what I expected this book to be about I knew that the four would end up pretending to be Adventurer s because that s in the description What I didn t know though found out almost immediately is that the book also includes the point of view of actual adventurers in addition to the NPC s I m of two minds about the adventurer s point of view about whether it was needed or not On the one hand obviously because of the structure of the book something like their point of view was needed here and there On the other hand just maybe not as much of their story intermixed Most of the book though involves the NPC s so I believe the adventurers partpov was probably about Dead End Bluff right PerhapsSo then this is one of those books that kind of sucked me in tickled me and then spit me out the other side I King Noah Blindness and the Vision of Seers rather enjoyed this book I did There s some element that lifted it above where I thought the book would Factory of Death rating It should be noted though that I once the first book was done immediately purchased the second book Recall if you will that I initially Thirteen Plus One (The Winnie Years, read this book because it was in the Kindle Unlimited programRight well um I guess that s all I have to say I thinkFebruary 17 2016

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What happens when the haggling is done and the shops are closed When the uest has been given the steeds saddled and the adventurers are off to their next encounter They keep the world running the food cooked and the horses shoed yet what adventurer has ever spared a thought or concern for the Non Player Charact. WHERE THE HELL IS BOOK IILoved loved loved this book If you played DD back in the day you will enjoy it I m talking about the paper version you crazy kids with your newfangled video games A fun fast read Hayes does a wonderful job of capturing the essence of the gaming experience but from the perspective of the characters The Eagle & the Nightingales (Bardic Voices, running the food cooked and the horses shoed yet what adventurer has ever spared a thought or concern for the Non Player Charact. WHERE THE HELL IS BOOK IILoved loved loved this book If you played DD back in the day you will enjoy it I m talking about the paper version you crazy kids with your newfangled video games A fun fast

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ErsIn the town of Maplebark four such NPCs settle in for a night of actively ignoring the adventurers drinking in the tavern when things go uickly and fatally awry Once the dust settles these four find themselves faced with an impossible choice pretend to be adventurers undertaking a task of near certain death. I guess what bothers me is that the NPC part is kind of a gimmick that just gets you to read a somewhat interesting but ultimately underwhelming and unmemorable fantasy story The idea is supposed to be that the Non Player characters from dungeons and dragons are forced to become the real adventurers that normally they only interact with in taverns to sell a tankard of ale or get kidnapped Sounds kind of fun But the whole premise of the book is forgotten in about 5 pages After the NPCs become adventurers they could be any other band of travelers albeit inexperienced It wasn t completely predictable or corny but there s a lot of plot filler so many demons and battles that pretty much just serve as a minor distraction to what otherwise would surely be a short and lame plot The whole reason that they become adventurers is thin at best and laughable at worst The king is going to get mad and besiege the whole town because you accidentally killed four real warriors I just couldn t get past that part I just kind of don t get it It s not really funny but not serious I m glad it didn t go overboard on the OMG NERDY stuff but at the same time doesn t really do anything to remind readers it s supposed to be about games and not just a generic fantasy world Again I think i just felt kind of duped with the NPC part But hey it was only 4 I guess I was hoping for The Day In The Life Of a Peon Warcraft s Forgotten Workers Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic real adventurers that normally they only interact with in taverns to sell a tankard of ale or get kidnapped Sounds kind of fun But the whole premise of the book is forgotten in about 5 pages After the NPCs become adventurers they could be any other band of travelers albeit inexperienced It wasn t completely predictable or corny but there s a lot of plot filler so many demons and battles that pretty much just serve as a minor distraction to what otherwise would surely be a short and lame plot The whole A Daddy for Christmas real warriors I just couldn t get past that part I just kind of don t get it It s not Banned in Britain really funny but not serious I m glad it didn t go overboard on the OMG NERDY stuff but at the same time doesn t Hour of the Beast really do anything to Dictionary Of Dreams remind The Love of a Latino readers it s supposed to be about games and not just a generic fantasy world Again I think i just felt kind of duped with the NPC part But hey it was only 4 I guess I was hoping for The Day In The Life Of a Peon Warcraft s Forgotten Workers


10 thoughts on “NPCs author Drew Hayes

  1. says:

    NPCs—or Non Player Characters for you non geeks out there as though anyone reading this isn’t at least mildly geekish or prone to geekish tendencies—are the background characters people partaking in role pl

  2. says:

    I just read a book by this author Drew Hayes and really enjoyed and am waiting for the next in that series I decided to wait for the audio A friend here recommended thisthese and I'd already noticed itthem so I picked it upAt first I wasn't really involved but as the book went on I found it a great and fun readIf you're a gamer you are familiar with the term NPC which stands for Non Player Character That would be the

  3. says:

    WHERE THE HELL IS BOOK II?Loved loved loved this book If you played DD back in the day you will enjoy it I'm talking about the pape

  4. says:

    Oh I liked this I listened when Jane told me so I marked it down when Erica added her thoughts But it was only when Dave was kind enough to gift me a copy that I got serious Hayes shows great judgment as he steers

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    I guess what bothers me is that the NPC part is kind of a gimmick that just gets you to read a somewhat interesti

  6. says:

    What does a street urchin a emperor a hobgoblin and a god have in common? They are all Non Player Characters or NPCs that populate and bring to life the world of table top role playing games RPGs They are controlled and the game master and can

  7. says:

    Next time you're playing an RPG please try to be considerate about where you dieUnfortunately for the inhabitants of the Maplebark Inn a band of careless adventurers have stumbled in after eating bad mushrooms an

  8. says:

    This is the first book I’ve read by this authorI’m not really sure what to write about this book I was looking for something rela

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    Executive Summary Why did I wait so long to listen to this one? This book is a lot of fun If you're a Tabletop RPG fan I highly recommend picking this one upAudiobook Roger Wayne is excellent He does a variety of voices for the diff

  10. says:

    45 ish Rounded up