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One Page Number Twenty-Five: Fantasy Fungi

One Page Number Twenty-Five: Fantasy Fungi

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Stage your own fungal invasion with One Page Number Twenty-Five : Fantasy Fungi. This table contains twenty assorted molds, lichens and mushrooms suitable for use in any fantasy game (or even a weird science fiction campaign). Each entry includes a brief description of the fungus, plus potential uses or hazards associated with it.

The One Page series gives the GM instant access to random tables full of woodland landmarks, strange objects, minor treasures, clever traps, and more! Each One Page product contains twenty unique, system-neutral entries in ready-to-roll format. Each entry can be easily adapted to any fantasy role-playing game.

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File Last Updated:
October 26, 2015
This title was added to our catalog on October 26, 2015.