A GM I know has A question for 4th edition Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay
The question is what to do with A Npc that was intended to be a 1-off villain that is now a recurring villain and even though he's nowhere near as physically powerful as the campaigns main villain he is is a lot more dangerous then the campaigns main villain?
Basically the villain that was supposed to be a 1-off villain is A Evil version of Warhammer Roleplay version of Robin Hood, he's A Noble that was involved in all sorts of illegal activities but wasn't chaotic
The Pcs decided that as he is A Noble they'd take him in alive and in fairly good heal so that he could stand trial but because of the respect they have for nobles they healed him back to almost full health and as a result after they got him to jail he escaped, on the bright side he was outlawed
At the time of the 1st encounter his career track was Rank 1 Noble-Rank 1 Thief and his career track is now Rank 1 Noble-Rank 1 Thief-Rank 1 Outlaw-Rank 3 Outlaw and he commands 60 followers
The 5 main reasons that despite not being as physically powerful as the campaigns main villain this guy is far more dangerous then the campaigns main villain are as follows
The 1st is that its been proven that he isn't a follower of Chaos
The 2nd is that despite being Outlaws his followers are 100% loyal to him
The 3rd is that despite being A Outlaw he is still of noble birth, meaning that he has access to funds that most Outlaws don't
The 4th is that because he's of Noble birth and despite being A Outlaw a lot of people still respect him
The 5th is that because he's of Noble birth its very easy for him to convince people that he was framed for the crimes that got him outlawed
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