So a player in my Dungeon Crawl Classics game wants potions and other cool stuff but he knows that his character is as dumb as a rock. So he found a marginally sane and reputable alchemist, “Dr Omnibus” (Thank you Matt Finch!). Said character has volunteered to gather whatever crazy ingredients that the alchemist wants. So I made a random system-neutral table.
Weird Alchemical Ingredients
Oh and the poor fool volunteered to be guinea pig too. Mwah! Ha! HA!
Yep, I keep making stuff for that upcoming game (which is supposed to happen after the current Dungeon Crawl Classics game). You know, I’m surprised that there aren’t more neat tools for this game so I made some. These aren’t any super special or pretty. I went for plain and useful.
First up we’ve got a GM Cheat Sheet. Not a full screen and has what I think I’ll probably need to refer to the most or just find handy. I’ve combined a couple of charts/tables into one. And I’ve added the “Medium” rest. It’s a house rules and I think someone previously had mentioned on the G+ Community.
I also made a little GM Log sheet to keep track of the key bits of information on the player characters. I admit, I don’t normally do this but it just might prove useful. So here’s the PDF’s.
GM Cheat Sheet
And yes, that DCC game is still going. It’s just that nothing that warranted a whole blog post happened. And I’ve started putting together some notes for a White Box game which will happen after the Sharp Swords and Sinister Spells game. Yes, I plan that far out.
So keep those dice rolling. Keep killing those monsters and taking their stuff.
Been thinking about the upcoming Sharp Swords & Sinister Spells game. And of course thoughts of mad elder gods entered my mind. So what the heck make random table for it. I know you’re smart roll dice and do as you will. Even crazier I have the idea to match this up with an additional class for the game.
So here you: Who’s Your Tentacle Daddy?
If you aren’t listening to the Glowburn Podcast, you should. Any last episode had mention of doing a random Wasteland Weather table. I left things like duration and some of the specific effects up to the individual judges. I know you’re smart and you can deal with it. Oh and it uses one of those funky d30’s.
It’s been a while since I did a set of 3d6 tables so here’s one for a really odd encounter..
You meet a
1 Wandering Minstrel
2 Traveling Merchant
3 Rumor Monger
5 Con Artist
Who is a
1 A Giant Talking Rabbit
2 An Intelligent Zombie
3 A Floating Brain
4 A Mushroom Man
5 A Talking Dog
6 A Smiling Cat
Another quick and dirty 3d6 table for some gaming inspiration. Coming up with those silly goblin names while you’re sleep deprived and pretty sure that the party is going to kill the little sucker any way. So since it’s been a while, here’s a little recap. Like those old school games, just roll 3d6 and put the pieces together.
Or heck, if the players are lazy about naming their characters. Roll for them. Ah, the epic tale of Sir Fuzz Butt Nibbler the Paladin.
Adventurers love loot. So here’s another table for more loot.
What is it?
3. Belt Buckle
What’s it made from?
6. Unknown Alien Metal
What’s it depict?
1. A Hunting Scene
2. A Marriage
3. The Rise of a Great Leader
4. Religious Ceremony
5. Epic Battle
6. Ancient Fertility Rite
How much is it worth? Multiply the numbers rolled on each die times 10 gold pieces.