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Technically, [[henchmen]] are NPCs, but they inhabit a grey area in the definition, as they can be directed by players.
 
Technically, [[henchmen]] are NPCs, but they inhabit a grey area in the definition, as they can be directed by players.
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== Types of NPCs ==
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*Generic NPCs
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*[[Henchman|Henchmen]]
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*Allies
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*[[Quest]] Givers
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*[[Merchant]]s
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*[[Trader]]s
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**[[Dye Trader]]s
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**[[Material Trader]]s
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**[[Rare Material Trader]]s
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**[[Rune Trader]]s
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**[[Rare Scroll Trader]]s
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**[[Sigil Trader]]s
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*[[Crafter]]s
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**[[Armor Crafter]]s
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**[[Weaponsmith]]s
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 23:44, 9 February 2007

A non-player character or NPC is a character that is not under the control or management of any player. NPCs can be friendly or hostile. Most NPCs serve a gameplay function, for example, as a trader or a combat ally.

Technically, henchmen are NPCs, but they inhabit a grey area in the definition, as they can be directed by players.

Types of NPCs

See also

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