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It's been a long time since I've done one of these, so here's another one. Thanks for being patient!

Totally Random Table #17

Let’s say the PCs blasted a small squadron of Federation troopers and now they’re searching the bodies. What do they have on them? Roll on this random table once per body…

Full disclosure: the idea for this silly/gonzo random table was inspired by Jeff Rients' blog post. And the whimsical comment from Dave S (Certified).

Sly Flourish said something on twitter about awarding advantage in D&D when players made a successful skill check in order to gain the upper hand via terrain or something.

It occurred to me this morning in the shower that certain magic items should have a little extra something extra. Full disclosure: I watched The Beastmaster again last night.

That's right, rolling for damage is totally optional!

If that's an extra step you just don't want to screw around with, just roll your attack dice pool and the results will speak for themselves...

Result . . . Damage

This article was directly inspired by Jeff Rients' post here.

Legend calls it Suffoglyd the Impatient, also referred to as the misanthropic blade.

This article is auspicious since it's just about time I made efforts to solidify my own Devil's bargain for another 13 years.

Think you know what will happen if you hang around that unearthed tomb?

Sure, all weapons basically do the same thing - xd6 amount of damage, depending on the results of your attack dice pool. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't have cool-sounding options.

Signals! Signals everywhere!!! You never know what kind of transmissions you're going to pick-up on... especially, in the Ta'andor galaxy.

When you're playing a sleazy, low-brow RPG like Alpha Blue... sometimes, you just want to know what your character's experiencing down there.