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Diecrawler Drop Table Planet Generator

Diecrawler Drop Table Planet Generator

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Due to a government-mandated closure of non-essential businesses, our card printing facility has been forced to suspend printing operations. As a result, the print version of this title will not be available for purchase until April 20. We apologize for the inconvenience.

A drop table is an alterative way to generate random elements for your gaming needs, this one in particular is designed for Sci Fi and Sci Fantasy planetary system generation. Simply drop the specified number of D10s onto the table and pick the elements that best suit your needs.

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Jacob R July 01, 2015 12:10 am UTC
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Oh, I think the asteroid's water/atmoshphere rating were switched. The water appears to be on the left and the atmosphere on the right, which is the opposite of the rest of the table. One other suggestion I have is to maybe have the sub-tables (exploitable resources, artifacts, etc.) and the sub-sub-tables all have borders of a distinct color. This way you can drop a bunch of dice all over and just match colors.
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Ryan P July 15, 2015 5:49 am UTC
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Asteroid Dry/No Atmo has been fixed, thanks for your feedback sir!
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July 15, 2015
This title was added to our catalog on June 29, 2015.