Goodness knows, no matter how well laid a game masters plans may be the players can send them crumbling down in a matter of moments leaving everyone wondering what’s next. Even when your campaign isn't in ruins sometimes you just plum run out of ideas. That's where this list comes in! Inside you will find 75 well thought out and interesting adventure hooks. This list is mostly system neutral... [click here for more]
Are you tired of presenting your players with the same old treasure? Are sacks of generic gems and blasé blades just not cutting it anymore? Then this is the PDF for you! In this PDF you will find 16 tables about to produce thousands of unique items to help enrich your game and world. The majority of these items will be mundane in nature but there are some options to add hints of magic to be... [click here for more]
This list features 100 book titles for a fantasy setting. The style of the titles has been inspired by real world historical pieces such as On the Subject of Cooking, Three Treatises on Imperial Military Expeditions, and A Treatise on the Astrolabe. The titles cover a wide range of subjects including fiction, various forms of magic, traps, various professions, sciences, and poetry.... [click here for more]
This list features 50 silly, spooky, book titles (mostly) inspired by real classics. Some of them are a direct play off of the original title such as The Rise and Fall of the Roman Vampire and A Comedy of Terrors. While others are inspired by characters or plot points in the original books such as Silencing That Tell Tale Heart: A Guide for the Nervous Killer and The... [click here for more]
Enjoy this fun little name generator I came up with to help give some interesting surnames to Dwarven (and related races) PCs and NPCs. Not every name is going to be perfect or make much sense but they should all be fun!
(One page table, instructions are included.) ... [click here for more]
Tarot cards and crystal balls are all fine and dandy but what about when you want a fortune teller with a little more flavor? That's where this handy little list comes in. Inside you'll find information on ten different divination methods from abacomancy (divining by dust or sand) to xylomancy (divining by fallen branches or twigs). In each entry you’ll find the “proper” name for... [click here for more]