Wednesday, April 16, 2014

A-to-Z d30: Necropolis Generator

Welcome to entry 14 in my A-to-Z blogging challenge,
wherein I attempt to do 26 d30 charts during the month of April.
Today... necropli. Or is that necropoleis? I'm pretty sure it's not necropolises. Anyway...

Click here to download a free PDF of this
d30 Necropolis Generator from MediaFire.


  1. Love it! Thanks again. (p.s. suer --> sure)

  2. I've been following your A-to-Z challenge; thank you for making all of these wonderful generators. They're the kind of thing that are great to have for when you've got "dungeon-block" or when things have gone off the rails and you don't want to decide yourself.

  3. 1) You have two entries for "E" in the "Guide to Suggested Undead Mix by Necropolis Type." (I bet that's a single word in German.) I assume you want the first one, which is out of alphabetical order.
    2) I checked Wiktionary, and it is indeed "necropoleis." I know enough Greek to transliterate into Latin, and a Roman would call that "necropoles," so I would think either one is right.
    3) I really like the two-dimension tables like NEC2 and NEC3. They're why you can get things like intelligent swords down to a few rolls.
    4) You might want to have some definitions of the different burial vessels. Having to look things up slows things down.

    1. Thanks for the input Charles. I've updated the undead mix info and updated the PDF. The page doesn't really have room right now for definitions. Also, this page is likely to appear at some point next to/near the lithic monument generator. Since those pages share some of those terms, I might find a place for something like that at that point.