Ash’s Guide to RPG Personality & Background. 100 Far Realm Occurrences (3.5e Other) - Dungeons and Dragons Wiki. Fumble Chart (3.5e Variant Rule) - Dungeons and Dragons Wiki. This is simply a chart designed to add a bit of variety to the player's possible plight in rolling a natural 1 during an attack.
When a player rolls a natural 1 on a d20, it's a miss. However, to add a bit of drama to the game, have them roll a confirm miss or fumble. The Welsh Piper » Random Noble Houses. Backgrounds of the rich and famous… Work on an upcoming fantasy setting has me thinking about nobles.
There are a few noble houses I want to flesh out, and since I’m on an Inspiration Pad Pro kick, I thought a set of carefully crafted random tables was in order. I’ve incorporated a few assumptions into these tables (which is code for “I reduced the scope so I could meet my deadline”). Main/Test And Trial Tropes. Maptool is another great thing to use, but is a... Random List – Ship Names » Ennead Games. 3.5e Diseases. The Dungeon Dozen. RPG-SoundMixer - The new PnP RPG Experience. Series: Character Hooks « Campaign Building Resources - The CBG Wiki. Skill Challenge #7: Walk Through Dreams. If you're enjoying the content here, check out our new site, Thoughtcrime Games. Thanks for visiting! If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Scenario: You sleep and dream. You see people and places that you know. Complexity: 5 (12 successes before three failures) Encounter Level: PC level + 3 Goal: Escape from the realm of dreams before accumulating three failures.
The skill challenge has two phases. I Am My Cage (Phase one) The players have caught sight of each other, but before they can meet the miasma of colors surrounding them solidifies into quasi-real scenery. Dreamhaunts Each player has his dreams twisted into surreal nightmares by Dreamhaunts. During each sequence, there will be a few questions to help set the scene, a description of the scene, and the particular challenge it entails. My Beautiful Enemy Ask the player:
Country Name Generator For Real And Fantasy Country Names! Seventh Sanctum. S Citadel: 100 Unique Town/City Properties By Redgre. I have created this table plus, as a fantasy RPG resource.
The idea is to assist in quickly mapping out an area of the adventure and be able to tell something unique about each populated location. Some of the following entries are reliant on location, others are not. I have created enough entries that you may want to use percentile dice to randomly determine each location. Fabletop - Virtual Tabletop RPG. NPC Generator for D&D. Random Dungeon Generator. Version .68 Refresh the page for a new design.
See below the dungeon for more info. Inkwell Ideas' Other Projects: Information: This tile generator has multiple current join points between tile sides. About: This random dungeon generator is for games like Dungeons and Dragons, GURPS, Hero/Champions, Labyrinth Lord, Savage Worlds, Castles and Crusades, Basic Fantasy, RuneQuest, Traveller, Pathfinder, and other fantasy and miniatures games. *COMPLETE* Avatar the Last Airbender: A Guide to Playing Elemental Heroes in Dungeons and Dragons, 4th Edition. Color-Wheel-v2.gif (1700×2200) Www.Traveller5.com - EPIC Adventure System. Adventures are best presented when they provide a structure within which the game master can direct player action. The Epic Adventure System allows the Game Master to use any existing characters in a role-playing environment Easy Playable Interactive Checklist The Epic Adventure System makes use of the talents of the Game Master to conduct an adventure set against existing or provided background material.
Easy: The Epic System can be implemented with a minimum of effort by the Game Master and with absolutely no new playing techniques for the players. Peter's Evil Overlord List. This Evil Overlord List is Copyright 1996-1997 by Peter Anspach. If you enjoy it, feel free to pass it along or post it anywhere, provided that (1) it is not altered in any way, and (2) this copyright notice is attached. This Evil Overlord List grew out of the exchanges on what is now the Star Trek mailing list "email@example.com", beginning in 1994 (when it was still "firstname.lastname@example.org"). We were kicking around cliches that appeared on "Deep Space 9" at the time, and I started to compile a list of classic blunders they were making. The list came to about 20 or so items.
In 1995, I decided to try to make it into a Top 100 List. Paranoia XP Mission Blender Online. The Computer has generated the following mission for your team.
It has been carefully designed to ensure the maximum safety and satisfaction for your team. Paranoia is the Irrational Fear Someone is Out To Get You (Fear) Dominant type of fear to install in the PCs: The PCs' service firms or secret societies are endangered. (Irrational) General kind of weirdness or irregularity that prompts The Computer to assign a mission to the Troubleshooters: The Computer has decreed a new holiday with odd customs and practices, and everyone knows about it but the PCs.
Www.Gozzy's.com - Random Dungeon Map Creator. RPG Tools. Ash’s Guide to RPG Personality & Background. Random Name Generator. Dungeon Generator for D&D. Writing and RPG-Related Generators. Dungeons 'N' Dragons. D20 Source: Dungeons & Dragons Blog. Dungeon Tile Mapper. You've probably seen our Dungeon Tiles previews in our monthly "Previews" article series and may even have scored a copy of these cool tiles.
By now you probably have hundreds of cool dungeon designs running around your head. But how can you create these dungeons and share them with your friends? Well a good friend of the D&D website, Randal "Jailoco" Meyer, has created a really cool drag-and-drop dungeon tile tool. And, he's given us a personalized copy for the D&D website as well as a nifty guide on its use. This tool includes all tiles from Dungeon Tiles I, Dungeon Tiles II: Arcane Corridors, Dungeon Tiles III: Hidden Crypts, Dungeon Tiles IV: Ruins of the Wild and will be updated with future sets.
Inspired by and using Dyson Logos' Geomorph Maps and coded by Rob Lang of The Free RPG Blog.