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Dungeons and Dragons Tools and DM Resources

Dungeons and Dragons Tools and DM Resources
Adventure Hook Generator AD&D DM Program by Torquil Gault Background Generator Campaign Suite from Mortality Chainmail Battle Sheets Chainmail Terrain Chainmail Comprehensive Rulebook (319 Kb ZIP) Chainmail Warband Generator 3a (481 Kb ZIP) Chainmail Warband Generator update 1.4 Chainmail Stat Cards City Generator by Robert Bottorff (ZIP 100 Kb) Combat Tracker ZIP by Eduardo Moranchei (no AV done) Cool Tools by Keith Uher (ZIP 688Kb) Cool Tools 2 Program to help DMs by Keith Usher Critical Hits Table by Orestto Robles (ZIP 103 Kb) Critical Hits Table by ?? (ZIP 39 Kb) Combat Generator (ZIP 160k) needs Java 1.3 Runtime Mak)e sure Java 1.3 is installed. Unzip the file to its own directory. DOS/Windows only: from a DOS prompt, type "setup" (without the quotes). DOS/Windows only: from a DOS prompt, type "run" (without the quotes). Combat made easy (ZIP 82 Kb) by Paul Barker D&D Helper using D&D Adventure critical and fumble tables.

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Barkeeper (3.5e Class) He's been handing you drinks. He's been listening to your lame bragging about killing some orcs in a dark, murky place. He's kept you from burning his place down... how many times now? And now he's out with you... to adventure. Characteristics: Barkeepers are good at talking to people, both sober and drunk, so they can serve as the face and information gatherer. With their ability to just pick up anything and join a brawl they are tough enough to stand on their own in combat, and the drinks they mix can power up the other party members.

Javascript D&D 3.5 Character Generator Javascript D&D 3.5 Character Generator Visit my Fourth Edition Character Generator also. Visit my Pathfinder Character Generator also. This little program is my gift to my fellow-gamers, and my way of saying "thank you" to the hobby's developers.

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Welcome to Scenic Whereverthefuck, if you lived here, you’d be caught up in drama by now. In my short, sharp review of Scenic Dunnsmouth at the end of the last post, I listed what I felt were its shortfalls when I was running it, chief of which was the lack of inter-NPC relationships. Well instead of crying about it, what I did was start working on my own town generator using a set-up method inspired by Scenic Dunnsmouth, and it’s done now. What you do is this: Roll 20d6, 1d4, and a couple of d12‘s if you feel like it (I threw them in for flavour as an afterthought, like a final dash of paprika). Either do it on a big piece of paper or take a photo that you can pretty-up using a future box.Remove any d6 that has a result lower than the d4, so that you end up with something like below (click on the pictures to make them bigger and better). Each d6 is somebody’s house!

Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab: RPG The RPG Series Illustrations by the inimitable Julie Dillon. “You all meet at an inn.…” Pen and paper role-playing games have been a tremendous influence in my life since my formative years. Characters with Character: Random Personality Generator 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.

TheForge : fantasy name generator Welcome to TheForge, a collection of Fantasy name and word generators, designed to spark the imagination and kindle the creative process. TheForge is a robust network of databases and sophisticated action-scripting. Nonetheless, using TheForge is a simple and intuitive process, thanks in no small part to the utility's streamlined interface. This fusion of simplicity and power is what has garnered TheForge its acclaim and popularity as one of the foremost name generators on the internet. Unlike most name generators, TheForge does not issue "assembly line" creations.

The Metamorphosis of Prime Intellect: Contents In the best possible future, there will be no war, no famine, no crime, no sickness, no oppression, no fear, no limits, no shame... ...and nothing to do. This online novel contains strong language and extreme depictions of acts of sex and violence. Readers who are sensitive to such things should exercise discretion. Chapter 1Caroline at Play Chapter 2Lawrence Builds a Computer 100 Adventure Ideas (DnD Other) Remember as you add ideas that you are writing a story. Things that make both quests and novels interesting are falsities, Imagery, and most importantly options. Players can't just play along to what you say they should do. If they don't want to go explore the castle they don't have to. Make them decide what encounters they do.

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