Enemies of San Angelo

goldrushg | April 20, 2017 | 0


“The teams are well thought out and have decent powers as individuals and rational explanations of how they got together. The best part though is that each villain (or team) has a goal and…may provide the characters with something to think about rather than just how best to bash the bad guy. …this makes a good primer on creating villains for your favorite campaign city.” – Steve Donohue (on BoardGameGeek)

4 1/2 out of 5 Stars! “…GRG has created villains that have realistic motivations… This book is a great resource.” – Geoff Berman (on Amazon.com)


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