7 Types of NPCs You Encounter in Every RPG (Comic)
Article by George Norman
On 14 Oct 2016
Role-playing games (RPGs) have a few things in common: a huge open world that you can explore, a ton of quests to take on, and lots of non-player characters (NPCs) to interact with.

Speaking about NPCs, have you noticed that the same types show up in every RPG? The guys at Dorkly did, and they put together a fun comic on the subject.

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Via Dorkly.


Want more?

Here’s another comic, one that shows how role-playing games have changed over time. A "then and now" type of thing.



Via Dorkly.




Tags: comic, infographic, video game, role-playing game, RPG, non-player character, NPC, Dorkly
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