Face Folio for Zine Quest2 | 100 Fantasy Portraits for Tabletop Role-playing Games

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Very soon this Kickstarter for Zine Quest2 is going to go live.

UPDATE: Now live !!

About the Kickstarter:
This is a simple project with a simple goal: to provide 100 fantasy portraits for use in your tabletop role-playing games. Referees are always on the lookout for NPC faces to show their players and players are always looking for portraits for their character sheets. This project aims to meet that need.

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The portraits will be organized into the following sets:

  • Human NPCs/PCs
  • Dragon-blood
  • Dwarf
  • Elf
  • Gnome
  • Halfling
  • Orc-blood
  • Demon-blood
  • Human nobles
  • Human peasants and towns folk

Each set will contain ten portraits, half male and half female. With the exception of the human nobles and peasants, the portraits will be a spread of adventuring classes.

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The Zine will have a simple elegant layout with 10 portraits per two-page spread, and organized in the above groups. There will be no blocks of text and no fluff to get in the way. That way this book can be used right at the table, as and when needed, for example when the referee suddenly needs an NPC to drop into the game.

The idea is also to provide initiative trackers like these which can be printed out for each portrait:

Well that’s the crux of it.

Hopefully, if you like this blog, this idea might be of interest to you.

:O)

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