Designed for use with the d20 Modern Roleplaying Game, the d20 Menace Manual presents a host of villains, monsters, and other adversaries. Product Blurb: Designed for use with the d20 Modern Roleplaying Game, the d20 Menace Manual presents a host of villains, monsters, and other adversaries to. d20 Menace Manual has 40 ratings and 1 review. Max said: This is a pretty interesting book, because unlike D&D’s Monster Manuals, only part of the materi.. .
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Still, there’s a ton of stuff to play around with in this chapter, and I like the advice of creating a sort of pantheon of factions – a GM should limit themself to using only some factions with strong connections rather than throwing them all together at random.
There are also some groups clearly inspired by real world conspiracy theories, like a Satanist church and the UN’s secret black ops army.
There’s some fantasy stuff, including monsters that make use of the ethereal plane and a discussion of how world governments want to take advantage of this plane shifting ability for assassinations and covert ops. John rated it liked it Aug 11, Damian Esteves rated it really liked it Apr 16, Erick rated it liked it Sep 03, Kyle Winter rated it it was amazing Aug 09, Travis rated it liked it Sep 28, Micah rated it really liked it Sep 27, Thomas rated it really liked it May 15, Janus rated it liked it Mar 24, The monsters that are here are a pretty nice mix.
Jesse De Angelis rated it it was ok Feb 07, Marc Jentzsch rated it really liked it Feb 05, Leon rated it did not like it Jan 12, Refresh and try again.
To ask other readers questions about d20 Menace Manualplease sign up. There’s some sci-fi creatures, mainly various aliens such as grays and foo fighters. Jason rated it really liked it Feb 23, James Bowman rated it liked it Sep 09, Gregory Adams rated it liked it Apr 26, There’s a nice mix of real world stuff FEMA, the CIA, the FBI and made up things, such as an institute that prepares the Earth for the apocalypse and a group of insane cultists who want to blow up everything.
Hardcoverpages. There’s also a whole chapter of pre-statted normal humans similar to the much later NPC Codex Paizo did for Pathfinder and a chapter on mehace.
Dimitrios Sfikas rated it really liked it Aug 25, Ash Murdock rated it really liked it Sep 18, The NPC section is functional but dull to read, aside from a few gangs of premade antagonist groups. Some of fun, but two of them exist to hunt down the PCs, which seems like mneace and bad design.
Michael rated it really liked it Jul 27, I just wish that there had been sequels, because I feel that there would’ve been a lot more factions and cool monsters to cover. Plus, only a few factions have info on how menafe use them in the various campaign models from the core book.
d20 Menace Manual (d20 Campaigns: d20 Modern) by J.D. Wiker
Tad Kilgore rated it it ,enace ok Nov 30, Thanks for telling us about the problem. It contains extensive real-world information, including information about existing organizations such as the CIA and write-ups of well-known mythical creatures such as the menacee Designed for use with the d20 Modern Roleplaying Game, the” d20 Menace Manua”l presents a host of villains, monsters, and other adversaries to pit against the heroes in any modern roleplaying game.
And there’s even a few weird combinations, like the evil undead grays. Jonathan Duncan rated it it was mkdern Nov 27, It contains extensive real-world information, including information about existing organizations such as the CIA and write-ups of well-known mythical creatures such as the yeti and sasquatch.
Adversaries for all levels of play are available, as are various allies, and there is extensive information on organization and factions that heroes can either join or combat.