I hate google for bugging me, but to many creative minds have decided to use google groups to ignore them completely. For example, Die Drop Table Hell includes a post about this Badlands Terrain DDT by Christopher Weeks (which you may also download from here). As it is often the case with a DDT, the art aspect is at least as important as the functionality, as a picture of rocky terrain was used as a backdrop and for the outlines of the different “blobs” (zones/fields). I guess DDTs are simply not meant to be printer friendly.
Anyway, it looks good and I see it as a handy tool for a GM who wants to prepare some basic terrain descriptions before the actual session. Thumbs up!
Not every encountered should mean trouble or harm to the PC, otherwise the players will start to shun every event to the best of their abilities (and rightly so!). Thereby, I offer you six beneficial events for “vanilla” fantasy OSR games.
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The Heavenly Bishop of the Cyan Burrows
The Warlord of the Insatiable Mercenaries
The Sinful Chief of the Baneful Refinery
The Lord of the Ancient Barrens
The Aberrant Lawgiver of the Cancerous High-Rise
If you have use for titles like that, this product is for you! With three or four rolls of the dice you may get yourself an inspiration for a post-apocalyptic warlord and his or her domain, your next adventure´s main antagonist or for a strange encounter along the way.
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I recently updated my old pay-what-you-want product 20 Irradiated, Weird Events for Post-Apocalyptic Campfire Nights and I am in fact lazy enough to make a blog post out of the first six events. So, brace your self for some wacko Mutant Future(tm) compatible shenanigans. And if you like them, get yourself the rest of them.
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