random table

I haven't been active much this week. Everyone in my family came down with some kind of flu. Not cool! I feel bad when I can't create and share those creations with my... more
Bosses have dudes working under them, right? These could be henchmen, underlings, cultists, servants, bodyguards, minions, followers, apostles, disciples - you get the idea. Hmm... more
The first S'rulyan Vault PDF accompanying the dungeon map contained several random tables for determining stuff like what humanoids are up to when PCs encounter them. While... more
So, the players have created their Alpha Blue characters and are sitting there waiting for the Space Dungeon Master to provide them with adventuring possibilities. Where to start... more
. . . "'Tis a weird place, m'lord. Full of weird people doing weird things. The citizens of V'dreen think they have jobs, but they don't. They have strangeness..." The... more
At some point, I'm going to run a game or write a scenario about a simulated wild west, populated by a vast array of androids programmed to serve high-paying guests for romance,... more
Indeed, my friends and lovers of tables that are truly random... there is yet another installment for thine eyes! Truly Random Table #9 1. Maple syrup 2. The green and... more
It's a good idea to leave the dungeon once a party's adventuring day is done. Exhausted after searching empty rooms, fighting monsters, avoiding traps, and arguing over loot, it... more
The only credit I can take for the creation of this random table is that I lost my marbles - or, rather, my mind creating this latest Kickstarter. Glynn was imaginative enough to... more
I was re-visiting an old and nearly forgotten sci-fi classic on DVD the other day. It's a little movie called Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone. I wrote a little... more
Ever wonder what's inside that creature, entity, organism, cyborg, or whatever the Hell it is? Me, too. This idea came to me shortly after putting the finishing touches on... more
Weirdly, today's random table actually serves a purpose. I was asking for suggestions and Curt Meyer made a good point. In the Alpha Blue sourcebook Girls Gone Rogue, there's... more