GMs, do you have a favorite Villain, Black Hat, Big Bad Evil Guy (BBEG)? Have you a great story about how one of your evil creations upstaged the famous Frankenstein's Monster? How about a memorable Non-Player Character which your players continue to retell stories about years later?
This entry is for all of us who have created a cool being within an adventure or campaign. And for those of us who wish to create just such an addition for a future gaming session.
Add images of your creations, discuss what made them memorable or what works and what doesn't work. Let the creative juices flow.
Arrowstopper was originally intended to be an unimportant bodyguard to an influential (evil) NPC merchant. As it turned out, the NPC merchant ended up being unimportant and Arrowstopper went on to be a long running reoccurring NPC. I eventually had to put a lot of detail into this NPC. [D&D 3.5]
A word document used to track NPCs the players had interacted with throughout a long campaign. This list included key information about plot important NPCs. I used this document to quickly jog my memory mid session. [Forgotten Realms AD&D 2nd Ed]