“Lotsa things can ‘appen to a delver, under the mountain or in the forgotten places. Some get set on fire, some fall down ‘oles. Others come back blind, crippled, or worse!
You’d do best to stay at home boy, tendin’ the turnips an’ sloppin’ the pigs.”
I don’t use a Judge’s screen: I let the dice fall where they may, and make all rolls out in the open. But recently, I had to figure out how the DCC rules handle blindness.
After eventually finding the rulings somewhere under the warrior deeds, I figured that I’d need some assisting notes for further sessions. So I made these cheatsheets! Continue reading “Judge’s Checksheet”
The fourth and final of my carousing tables for DCC RPG; I made this one for Thieves, Halflings and other ruffians…the entries represent not so much “pure” carousing as the General Carousing Table, but rather criminal activities of various descriptions. Continue reading “Carousing Table – Thief”
Here you can find the third and penultimate of my carousing tables for DCC RPG. I made this one for Wizards, Elves and possible other arcane spellcasters…as with the Thief Carousing Table and Cleric Carousing Table, the entries represent not so much “pure” carousing as the General Carousing Table, but rather a mixture of thaumaturgic drinking and down-time arcane studies for the more-or-less adept characters of the wand-and-pointy-hat persuasion. Continue reading “Carousing Table – Wizard”
Here you can find the second of my carousing tables for DCC RPG. I made this one for Clerics and their ilk…the entries represent not so much “pure” carousing as the General Carousing Table, but rather a mixture of holier-than-thou drinking and (holy) divers down-time sacred endeavours for the more-or-less faithful characters of the cloth. Continue reading “Carousing Table – Cleric”
Here you can find the first of my carousing tables for DCC RPG. I made this one for Warriors, Dwarves & suchlike and also “general” if PCs of other classes do not, for some reason, wish to roll on their own tables. I have drawn somewhat heavily from Balthazar and Jeff Rient for them, but rewrote most of the entries to better fit the hypothetical ‘general’ DCC campaign without reference to non-included tables or a specific campaign setting, whilst striving to feature some of the Dark Master’s flavour from the rulebook. Continue reading “Carousing Table – Warrior/general”
Here I present to you a d200 table of Finnish/Finnic “pagan” proper names, drawn from various historical sources. Some of these names still remain in usage today, with the bulk of them dating from approximately 5000 BCE to 1300 CE.
Personally I use the table for PCs/NPCs in my DCC RPG campaign set in a fantasy version of Iron Age Fennoscandia.
This week I’ve mostly worked on actually setting up a couple of campaigns to while away the winter hours, so today’s post is more about player aids than playable content.
While updating funnel survivors to actual adventurers I was reminded of the fact that I don’t really like the sheets available over at the Goodman Games site: they’re pretty and all, but not as functional as I’d like. So I made some of my own!
My revamp isn’t quite as extensive as the upgrade offered by our good sir MM a while back, but should give players a little more room to scribble their details on a single page. Continue reading “Sheets Galore!”