I've known Eric Fabiaschi, prolific blogger, gamer, and appreciator of things that are awesome for years. Eric is also the fastest reviewer I've ever seen, and a really nice guy.
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.
Maybe you're furious, frustrated beyond belief, or about to be swallowed by a foul Marmydon... and you need something that's going to make an impact but doesn't break the genre wall.
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.
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.
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