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d30 Random Book Subject/Title Generator

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This download is a series of tables to generate the subject & title of a random book. This is a companion for the last table I created, FGM037c: Random Book Generator.

This table exists just to add a little color to the game and to show a bit of love for the venerable d30.

In a pinch you could substitute the d30 rolls with other dice.You could use a d3 in conjunction with a d10 to get the specific result, and use this combination twice. This kind of goes against the idea of using d30 tables, but there you go. I'd suggest picking up a d30 from the likes of Crystal Caste.

If this interests you you might want to check out the Order of the d30 G+ community, where you can find a lot more support for this one die. 

 
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Vi F March 26, 2016 1:30 am UTC
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Hello! Thanks for this resource.
There appears to be a small issue however. The human's topic list (2a) is completely empty in the pdf I downloaded.
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Christopher S March 26, 2016 3:19 am UTC
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You scared me for a minute there......Table 2a is actually supposed to be empty. I left it that way so the GM can enter in the various human "races" specific for their campaign. There is a blurb about it in the text at the top of the sheet. I normally don't leave empty tables in these things, but in my campaigns I wouldn't go with a generic "human" and would put the different nationalities from my game world in there. In my experience most RPG campaigns are human-centric, but there could still be a lot of variations.
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