Tavern Name Generator (which I had a ton of fun working on, and even more fun putting it into use). Today's was a bit more of a workhorse, by comparison. But be careful... every time I read the food results, I get terribly hungry. (Link at bottom of post.)
More importantly, forcing myself to work on the d30 Sandbox charts this week has been pretty productive. In addition to the charts you'll be seeing this week, I've also made headway on the following charts:
- Noble Household NPCs (30 nobles, 30 household officers, 30 misc. servants/slaves; 90% complete)
- NPC Physical Traits, Personality and Quirks
(a refinement/update/expansion of the version from the d30 DM Companion; 100% complete)
- NPC Height Generator by Race
(incl. half-orcs, humans, half-elves, elves, dwarves, gnomes, and halflings; 100% complete)
- plus I'm still working the vegetation page (including silhouettes of flower shapes; 25%?)
The d30 Sandbox Companion is now looking to be about 44 pages (8 pages more than the DM Companion), and that's without any sort of monster encounter charts (discussed in Sunday's post); although there are plenty of other encounter charts/tables.
On a side note, whilst cleaning out my garage last week, I finally found my copy of The Armory's 30 Sided Dice Gaming Tables. It's been a while (10+ years?) since it was in my "direct" possession (that is, on a shelf nearby). I had forgotten about the small, round, dayglo orange sticker on the cover that reads "30 sided used - $1.00." I've had this book since it was brand new (a high school gift from a non-gamer friend who understood my obsession), and it was nice to re-discover it. I think I'm more amazed that this book could be sold for $1 when new.
To download a free PDF of this d30 Tavern Generator from MediaFire, click here.