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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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Sangrolu: The Blood Lich The Blood Lich, or Sangrolu is truly an abomination; a merging of the lich and the vampire. Legends of the sangrolu's' creation abound in the tomes of long-dead sages, but most of them agree that the first sangrolu was a vampire who wanted to escape the bounds of the night and forever leave the dominion of Kanchelsis, the God of vampires. Sangrolu are created when a vampire creates a variant of the black potion used to turn a mortal wizard into a lich, and drinks it. (See Ecology, below) Vampires that imbibe this dark potion must still succeed a System Shock check, as must a mortal. However, failure does not indicate death, but rather an eternal curse of decay that can only be slowed by the ingestion of blood. Thus, there are two types of sangrolu, Broken and Whole.

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