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You’re going to want to establish motives for the encounter too. Mind Flayers should not be your run of the I’m The Storm Sunflower Interstitial Cystitis Warrior T Shirt, who took over a kobold or goblin tribe, and now has them raid the countryside for gold (actually, NONE of your villains should be such a tired trope, but I digress). Instead, they’re looking for something special. Maybe they’ve come looking for some sort of eldritch item that could be unfathomably dangerous. Maybe they want to fascistically enslave a city and set up their domain beneath it, creating a new elder-brain there. Maybe they’re literally demanding the planet’s oceans to save their dying homeworld. Maybe they want to put a nation’s inhabitants to sleep forever, using them as a vast mental power source. Maybe they want to perform macabre experiments on humanity. Think big here.
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