EXCELLENT utility: NPCs have classes geared toward their specialty, the different occupations/specialties have stat blocks for different levels, and they are fully bookmarked and organized by function so they're easy to look up. For the occupations that aren't directly addressed, it's not hard to find something similar in here.
A very good effort has been made to account for the presence of magic in how a certain occupation would work in high-magic worlds.
There are a few editing errors, which shouldn't be in a revised edition, but the revising may have introduced them. And a few errors in 70 pages is a lot better than a few errors in 10 pages.
If you run a d20 medieval fantasy world, chances are you would find this extremely helpful for filling out minor NPCs who wouldn't need a stat block if it weren't for those darn players...<br><br>
<b>LIKED</b>: Great idea: instead of the universal adept/aristocrat/commoner/expert/warrior at various levels, use those classes to develop builds of the most common medieval occupations. They even give some relevant information about unique skill check situations and ideas for customizing the stat blocks for certain occupations further.<br><br><b>DISLIKED</b>: Some minor editing mistakes, but this one is good (and unique) enough that I'm rounding up to five stars.<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Excellent<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Very Satisfied<br>
[5 of 5 Stars!]