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Here's another d6 table that is truly random...

Truly Random Table #6

Ever wonder what's inside that creature, entity, organism, cyborg, or whatever the Hell it is? Me, too.

Inspired by the recent news of the Starfinder RPG (Pathfinder in space) that will be coming out in 2017, I've created a series of random tables to help GMs determine the nature of certain planets.

The majority of NPCs in fantasy RPGs will be peasants - poor, cowardly, degenerate, covered in shit, and nearly worthless when it comes to mighty deeds, conjuring firestorms, and wielding godlike power. That's just how things work.

You know the drill. These d6 tables don't make no god damn sense! The results are indeed truly random.

I have a bit of history with Kasimir Urbanski or the RPGpundit... a colorful history of similarities, differences, agreement, and being at completely opposite ends of the spectrum.

Ok, here's another truly random table. Check out the previous entry.

Remember, there are no handy guidelines, parameters, or boundaries. This d6 table can result in pretty much anything!

Patrick Stuart wrote Fire on the Velvet Horizon and Deep Carbon Observatory, both of which are highly regarded in the paper & pencil roleplaying game world.

If you haven't heard about Maze of the Blue Medusa, you're either not interested in OSR/DIY/Indie fantasy roleplaying games or you've been living under a rock.

Dungeon Crawl Classics has definitely left a mark on the hobby, and I have no doubt that Mutant Crawl Classics will do the same.

This article is the third and last Alpha Blue installment (for awhile, at least).

There’s a Game Mastering technique which I’d advise against using on a regular basis. This technique should be used sparingly, if at all. I call it “leading the witness.”