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Weird, Eldritch Creature Name Generator

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This is a generator consisting of three d100 tables that can be used to generate names for weird, eldritch creatures. They can be used to create an unusual name for a monster, deity or follower, or as a means of sparking ideas for creating such.

The tables can be used in a number of different ways. The first is to use results from Table 1 and Table 2. the second to roll on Table 2 and Table 3, the third to roll on Table 1, Table 2 and Table 3 and a fourth is to roll on Table 1, Table 2, Table 1 again and Table 3. Filler words such as "the," "of" and "of the" should be used to combine the results, and many results have plurals and some have alternatives. Results that don't make sense should be discarded - for broad definitions of not making sense.

Here are creature names generated using the four described methods:

"The Behemoth Serpents"

"The Devourer of the Cascade"

"The Hateful Dancers of the Unknowable"

"The Fearful Crystals of the Inconstant Shimmering"

The tables can be used in more ways, by rolling more times on each.

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Richard S February 09, 2019 8:04 pm UTC

I purchased 8 of your name generators all at once. When I looked at them, I noticed that I need a D30, a D50, and a D7 to use all the tables. How am I supposed to do that without buying some expensive dice?

I tried to find a way do that in those supplements but couldn't find any. If there is a way, then that needs to be clearly explained in the supplements.
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Adrian K February 09, 2019 8:26 pm UTC
Good point, I should update the supplements with suggestions on how to do that. I don't actually have such dice myself, I use normal ones.

For 1-30, roll a d6 and a d10. On the d6, 1-2 means that the d10 is 1-10, 3-4 means 11-20 and 5-6 means 21-30.

For 1-50, roll 2d10. 1-2 on the first d10 indicates that the second is 1-10, 3-4 means 11-20, 5-6 means 21-30, 7-8 means 31-40 and 9-10 means 41-50.

1-7 is a bit trickier, but add d10 and d4, halving the result and rounding up.

There will be other combinations probably and there are ways of using spreadsheets to simulate any dice desired as well I believe but I'm less familiar with using them.
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