Pics of your storage room? Two floors up from where it is now it began in a small dug out area in the wall... It was then relocated to a cave inside my home "Embedded in a mountain": Just before the top left you might see the corner of a door I had to put inas there was an even bigger cave there (Now a science lab), so I had to stop the mobs coming through and blowing my chests up! Starting to evolve: New bunker accessed by hatches, leading down to a collection point to collect the drops from the mobs: The storage area was so tiny back then... A new era... A new galley to the right of the picture, but the cave has been sealed over: About to change after a re-decor to the halls down to storage and the moving of the incinerator. A brand new galley on the reverse of the previous: And the mouth of that cave...
Giannirateur assisté par bibliothèque - Générateur d'aventures aléatoire [Timinits & Trolls] It's that time of year again. Two years ago, I devised a simple, bookshelf-based random adventure generator. This generator was dubbed 'Giannirator' by imaginos, who also greatly expanded on it, until what we may consider its final version, v3.2, which he used to create forty, count 'em, forty original scenarios that he published on his blog. Since v3.2 is in French I am translating it to English here, and obviously adding an example along to show how it works. First, get hold of 1D6, 1D20, 1D30, and 1D100. [NPC1 - from Book One] asks the PCs to go to [Location1 - from Book Two] to [Action - from Table One] [Person/Object - from Book Three]. For each of the aforementioned books, roll five dice, in the following order: Roll 1D6. The random tables-based elements are to be rolled on these two tables: Example NPC1 (from Book One) 1D4 --> 4. 1D100 --> 24. Location1 (from Book Two) 1D4 --> 1. 1D100 --> 27. the darkened streets towards the Palace. Action (from Table One) 1D20 --> 3. 1D100 --> 52.
Generator Links - Droppin the Fork Zekiran RPG character generator This is "my baby". The big one. The World of Zekira RPG requires a lot of work, but it was well worth it. Included on the site of course is how to make a character the old-fashioned way, but also with a click of a button you can produce a full character (though you'll want to add some skills) that can be transcribed onto a character sheet. Dragonmasters of Zekira Character Generator - built specifically for the DMZ alternate timeline for Zekira, this generator does pretty much everything but make skills. Ehut is a female Zekiran Dragon Master character. Dragonmasters of Zekira - Dragon creator - made as a companion to the Sponsor creator above, this will randomly create a fully functional dragon CIS. This Zekiran Dragon is a Sea Dragon: Gigantic in size, about 12 'lengths', almost 25 meters. "Breaking news of the day! Zekiran Name Generator This can also be used to generate nonsense words or names for whatever else. Zekiran Title and Name Generator
Creative Idea Generator - Random Word Generator Seventh Sanctum Improving Your Builds- The Road to Becoming "That Guy" Golden Ratio: You have most likely heard of these two things before, both being very important to architecture. But, what are they? The golden ratio is the relationship between the height and width of your arch, in this case. When calculating the dimensions of the arch, keep in mind this formula: h = 1.628 (w) (Where 'h' is height and 'w' is width.) The golden ratio has been widely used since the times of ancient Greece. Fibonacci Sequence: This is the sequence of numbers which, when multiplied (or divided) by 1.628 will result in numbers very close to positive integers. The Fibonacci Sequence is as follows:0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,89,144... These numbers will almost always have a result close to a whole number when the Golden Ratio is applied. h = 1.628 (w) 13 = 1.628 (w) 13 / 1.628 = w 7.985 = w 8 ~ w As you can see, the width of an arch 13 meters high comes out to almost exactly 8 meters.
Cartographie (et autres) [Dyson's Dodecahedron] The Domesday Book - Medieval Demographics Made Easy The Domesday Book Penned by Brandon Blackmoor, based on Medieval Demographics Made Easy by S. John Ross Here is subscribed the inquisition of lands as the barons of the king have made inquiry into them... <p>Forsooth, thy browser is truly antiquated! Thou canst not access this web site with a browser such as thine. Land Mass The population density of , due to factors such as climate, geography, and political environment, is persons per km2 . occupies km2 ( hexes, each km across and roughly km2 in area). Population 's population is approximately persons. residents are isolated or itinerant. residents live in villages. residents live in towns. residents live in cities. residents live in big cities. The average distance between villages is km. supports Universities. supports head of livestock: fowl (e.g. chickens, geese, ducks). dairy and meat animals (e.g. cows, goats, pigs, sheep). Large population centers of any scale are the result of traffic. Castles and Fortifications Towns and Cities
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