Even if you don't have a specific use c Mundane Treasures. A block of hard cheese. An iron clasp, as for a cloak, inlaid with copper in the shape of a ship. A smooth, rounded river rock with a rose scraped into its face. Two torches of sulfur, immune to being quenched by water. Linen pouch filled with tobacco. Poor man's walking cane, decorated near its top with rings of colorful paint.
Simple oxhide belt, suitable for hanging significant weight from. Two small gold earrings. Wooden personal drinking cup, decorated with carvings of hunting dogs. Coral pendant in the style of a cameo of a mermaid hung from cord. Wrought iron candleholder shaped like an octopus. Bronze paring knife. Well-made sheep shears in a fitted leather sheath. Red velvet sack for carrying a jug of wine, or similar object. Scrimshaw work-in-progress of a mounted soldier tilting at a snail.
Large, thick-walled glass jar with cork stopper. North Sea gannet down pillow, famed for its luxuriant softness and lightness. Unframed antique painting of a beloved saint. Linen tunic with wool cloak. Finely-made steel carving knife with a checkered bone handle. Woolen mantle with mink fringe, embroidered in a foreign pattern.
Leatherbound hymnal. Necklace of reptilian teeth. Four blue wax sticks and a seal from a lesser house of merchant tycoons. Strong iron manacles. Spade and shovel. Set of used, but sharp, chisels in a leather tool roll. Small iron anvil. A sack of dates. Clay pot of salted herring.Find items for a cell, a wine cellar, a dead orc, and more.
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Darkholme Registered User Validated User. Over the years I've seen lots of different tables of stuff that would be useful in many games either for random usage or as reference lists for GMing. Unfortunately I've never written any of them down. Nearly every game includes a collection of weapons and armor in a table, so lets exclude those.
Can you think of any cool tables youve come across and found useful? What were they, and what were they published in? John Marron Exoticising the other Validated User.
This book Ultimate Toolbox is nothing but a giant collection of random tables for use with fantasy games. I just finished reading Stars Without Numberand it is so full of cool random tables. The tables on planets, aliens, cultures, and factions--all very creative and helpful for any sci-fi system.
I got the free PDF, so there's no excuse not to use these tables every chance I get! Thieves break into houses, steal nothing, refuse to leave. Thieves break into houses, redecorate poorly.
Threat of orcs. Threat of shooty and choppy orks from distant future.Regarding the COV virus and its effects: Things are frustrating, and confusing, and scary. People dream up conspiracy theories to help make sense of things. They're not helpful, though, and only serve to make the world more confusing and scarier. We're not going to have that here. And we swear to God, if anyone comes in here and starts spouting off QAnon bullshit about COVID or literally anything else, you are going to get permabanned so thoroughly that your grandchildren won't be allowed to post here.
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But I'm needing it to be "old school" dice charts so I can modify it for my own needs easily, and not have to rely on a computer. Either google has failed me or I have failed it. Either is possible, so I turn to the best resource I know.
Nightstoat Registered User Validated User. Stattick Electronic Thing Validated User. You can use my in-house system. Hexmap that's 17x Number your hex grd. Hex in the upper left is The one below it is Funny, I drew that last demotivational poster with the Beholder a couple of years ago.
Funny when you see how other people use what you throw out there! Aw man, now I feel like a douche for not giving credit. Sorry about that dude!
I wasn't posting to assert copyright protocol. I was pleased to see it used. I've said in various places before, how much I love seeing how others game, whet they use, etc.
This is a perfect example of that. I'd love to see your booklets as you revise them, but given the sources of your charts, I can see how you aren't really able to do that. Thanks for sharing this much though. In my folder of 'useful charts' I have a copy of my critical hits and fumbles and a photocopy of the Runequest hit location tables All the OSR Conservation Stuff got made into a torrent before the site went down, so if you do a search for the torrent you can download Miscellaneum of Cinder and all the other stuff along with it.
Maybe some people out there will find some of the bits usable in whole or in part. If nothing else, the printable spell reference booklets ought to be handy. Or are beautiful sentences full of wisdom? Must beautiful sentences be full of risk and ambition, or can they be subtle and simple?
For the games I run, the "Dungeon Master Guide" I use is nothing more than a homemade digest booklet - about 32 pages or so - that holds my most commonly-referenced charts, tables, and notes. I periodically review it and make a new one, dumping little-used tables, updating ones where a lot of the results are used up, and making any other tweaks I might want to make while I'm at it. It's interesting that I always find a few that I thought were awesome but they never saw use at the table.
Conversely, some of the less sexy tables get used all the time. Feel free to make a post of your own list and post a link in the comments. It doesn't have to be 10 items. Just make a list of whatever you find yourself using regularly. The link isn't working for me at the moment, so I'm not sure what the deal is. If you want a copy and are having trouble finding it, just shoot me a note at jderam by way of google mail and I'd be happy to send a reply with the PDF attached.
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I always had to scramble. With this random table, game masters never have to fumble around again. I have created a lot more random 1D tables …. Whenever your players slay these little foes, simply use this random table to fill in details of what the poor devil was carrying. This PDF contains six 1D tables, so you will never be caught without a name. Another science fiction tabletop role-playing game? Use these randoms tables to ….
If so, this random table will help you immensely. It contains random items that range from the mundane to story and adventure hooks. GET …. If your players stumble across a campsite, just have them roll on this table. It is full of mundane and interesting items that add a bit of fun to any RPG session. I have created a lot more random ….
Players can roll randomly or pick from creative options. Have they ever explored a library? With this random 1D table, you will never have to worry about coming up with a title.
The Book Of Random Tables: Modern: 48 1D100 Tabletop Rpg Random Tables – Paperback
A random 1D list of items that could be found in a warehouse.These random tables add details to campaigns and sessions with a roll of the dice. First are names. Next are names for Americans and Europeans. Wherever possible the names chosen are currently popular baby names, so in near future settings those will be the names of adults.
Since players want to search every room they enter, there are a number of tables for common locations. These random tables will include both items and story hooks. Also, included are two tables of street food from around the world. These tables help GMs to mix in more of the globalization flavor that is present in cyberpunk games. Providing more complications for players always amps up the fun.
The last two tables are the most detailed. The Nightclub Encounters and Rumors and Odd Jobs provide story hooks and situations to challenge the players and give life to the campaigns. Use these tables to run games without prep or to give current games an extra boost. If you are ready, then jack in and explore cyberspace. Science Fiction Cyberpunk. Matt Davids. The Book of Random Tables: Cyberpunk.
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