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.
Dungeon Crawl Classics has definitely left a mark on the hobby, and I have no doubt that Mutant Crawl Classics will do the same.
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.”
We're back again! Ready for some weird shit that doesn't make much sense?
Here is the latest entry for Truly Random Tables - a series of d6 random tables without any kind of topic, category, or guiding principles. The results are truly random!
Weirdly, today's random table actually serves a purpose. I was asking for suggestions and Curt Meyer made a good point.
Even though I don't currently make any money directly, I consider myself a professional Game Master. However, running games is an extension of my writing, designing, and self-publishing in the roleplaying game industry.