Random City Map Generator The Random City Map Generator creates a "random" city or town map suitable for fantasy and other role-playing games (RPGs) such as Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder, GURPS, HERO and many others. Note: you can try out version two of this tool. Because the map is made from layered images, to save or print a map you need to either: Take a sceenshot (print screen key) and paste into an image editor; Or print the page to a pdf file (Macs have this built-in, PCs may need a product like "cutePDF".) See more caveats and planned features below.
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.
Adventure Hook Random Generator Ever find yourself stuck for an adventure idea right up to the time your players arrive for the game? Our Adventure Hook Random Generator gives you Dungeon Masters a starting point from which you can develop a new adventure. This handy program uses a number of preset variables to develop an adventure hook or starting idea for you. Below are three different categories that, depending on the style of your game, provide starting points from which you can develop a D&D game session. You may need to adjust the wording of the result slightly to use it as a springboard to open your adventure. For instance, you might want to add place names indigenous to your campaign world, replace the generic titles with specifics, or introduce names of NPCs the player characters either have already met or know of by reputation.
The Isomage's House Home Contact Cave maps Wilderness hex maps Traveller subsector maps Inkwell Ideas » Random Dungeon Generators Reviewed Random dungeon generators go way back to the early days of computer games. Text-based dungeon crawls like Hack and Moria randomly created their dungeon levels using ASCII characters, but even they have since been given graphics front-ends. A dungeon generator can save you some time when you’re getting ready for your next game session. Perram's Spellbook 2 Alpha 0.1 In an effort to continue to bring you the best free spell cards available, Perram's Spellbook is getting a major upgrade! This new version of the app will include several user requested features. Expect this page to change rapidly and drastically over the next few weeks! 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 "firstname.lastname@example.org", beginning in 1994 (when it was still "email@example.com"). 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.
Get Pcgen PCGen is open-source software available for free under the LGPL License. There are a couple of ways you can get it: Option 1. Download Latest Stable Release of PCGen Click on the link suited to your computer below. GIMP - hexGIMP hexGIMP This script creates a set of layers and an image grid suitable for making TSR-style wilderness hex maps. The brushes included in the distribution were derived from hex art copyright Thorfinn Tait, used with permission (see his site at thorf.co.uk ). The interface is simple: tiles are placed by selecting a terrain or city brush and clicking inside hexes, and rivers, roads, and political borders are drawn by hand. An image grid makes tile placement easy, and multiple layers keep everything separated for ease of editing and to ensure correct appearance (for example, roads will automatically go under hex grid lines and over rivers).