Some items merely have a drawback to their ownership. Other items are tainted by a minor curse, which can cause much suffering and sorrow to its owner.
Endzeitgeist has given both version of I Loot the Minion’s Body a five star review! Here’s my favourite bit:
Kat Evans delivers big time in this cool, evocative supplement – which is difficult: After all, minions are pretty much defined by being the faceless legions. Any pdf managing to add depth to them with the roll of but a single die deserves applause in my book
I loot the Warrior’s Body is now available in Pathfinder and System Neutral editions. If you want to add cool little details to a warrior’s corpse, check it out!
By Mike Welham.
In their adventures, the PCs are likely to slay countless evil warriors intent on doing them harm. Normally, such folk carry nothing but a few gold pieces, beyond their weapons and armour. That’s a bit boring, and doesn’t help a GM trying to add depth and verisimilitude to the campaign…
Adventurers often find gold, silver and gems during their deep delves into the dark, unwholesome places of the world. Sometimes they find bulky treasures, difficult to transport back to civilisations. Other times, they find items fragile enough that accidental damage or rough handling could render them worthless…
Adventurers are always looting the bodies of their vanquished foes. Often the GM simply reads off the villain’s equipment list and the players move on. In this situation, beyond armour, weapons, magic items and some coin most foes never seem to carry anything of minor interest. This doesn’t help the GM diligently trying to breathe life and verisimilitude into his campaign.