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A Baker's Dozen of Islands in the Void

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The Void, that darkness between realities that is the home of the Demon Lord, contains the fragmentary wreckage of worlds, universes and beings that it has devoured. Hunger in the Void introduced the idea of exploring the Void itself, a perilous task as, by its very nature, it is a location that is inimical to life. Random tables from that supplement allow islands in the Void to be randomly generated and a few notable sites are also given an overview. This supplement adds another thirteen locations in the Void that characters could encounter. None are necessarily safe, given the corrupting influence of the Void, but they could provide a place to rest up or explore, or for GameMasters to place interesting or needed items.

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The islands are as follows:

  • Asteroid Haven
  • The Black Tomb
  • Carapace
  • The Complex
  • The Conglomerate Plant
  • The Dying Nebula
  • The Heart
  • The Maelstrom
  • The Mansion
  • Mountain Redoubt
  • Ring Station
  • The Rotting Tree
  • War Machine
 
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