Monthly Archives March 2017

Random List – 20 mass death events

Death is something that, like it or not, comes to us all. Sometimes though it seems to happen in numbers way above the curve. This could be down to a natural disaster, or more often than not, due to humanity being horrible to each other. Whatever the reason, the events listed below had an impact on not only the population but on history as well, in one case quite literally.

Be warned – If you decide to research some of these events, a number of them are not for the faint-hearted and may be considered to be upsetting and disturbing.

Disagree with this list? Think something else should have gone on it? Post in the comments section or on the social media platform you saw this article.

D20 Event
1 Agent Orange
2 Armenian Genocide
3 Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
4 B...
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A Chunk of SciFi – 1.09 Esper Guard [Class/Profession]

A Chunk of SciFi – 1.09 Esper Guard [Class/Profession]

“Espers, psyks, call em what you will. Since humanity started reaching out towards the stars their number has increased. Some say it’s because of the cosmic radiation, or that humanity as a whole has evolved…hah…Whatever the reason, we’ve been given a gift with these people. You know the odd thing? There wasn’t the hatred and fear towards them that plagued our planet for generations beforehand. Maybe we learnt our lesson with the race riots and such. Who knows. One thing I will tell you, though, one politician to another, I will never go anywhere these days without at least one in my security detail..”

Class/Role – Bodyguard/Security
Primary Ability – TK (Telekinetic) Shield Generation
Secondary – Hostile/Danger sense

The Esper Guard, ...

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A Chunk of Fantasy 1.09 – Starfall [Event]

A Chunk of Fantasy 1.09 – Starfall [Event]

“Although I wasn’t alive when it happened, I have spoken to a few of those long-lived people and they have told me the stories about when it was formed. They say it started in the middle of the night. A sound louder than an angry dragon boomed across the valley. Those nearby saw a lance of red and yellow and white pierces the clouds, scattering them like children from an angry parent. It screamed over theirs heads. A couple of people looked directly at it and went blind from the increasing brightness. It was like a star had fallen from the heavens to the ground. It disappeared over the mountains, then there a deathly silence. The noise that came next, so they told me, was unlike anything else. The very ground shook like a god had fallen...

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[Resources] – Handy Reference Websites

This week, the new resources page has two new websites that are handy for you to reference for your games and stories.


This imo, is one of the best out there, especially if you play the Pathfinder roleplaying game. Not only does it have a store (The Open Gaming Store, for which Ennead Games sells pdfs on), but it has a metric ton of material from all the official books, plus many from 3rd party publishers. If you can’t afford the books, or simply want  a handy online refence, this is the #1 place to go. You don’t even have to pay a subscription to use it, but please do consider using the store for your rpg needs as sales from it help to keep the site going.

Superpower Wiki

The super-hero genre has more powers than you think of, Some are god-like, like being able to shape realit...

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Quick Generator – Crimes & Punishments SciFi Edition and the RPG Round Up

Quick Generator – Crimes & Punishments SciFi Edition

A quick generator is two tables that can be combined to produce an interesting result. It might be a story prompt, concept or something that can be summed up in one or two sentences.

This particular Quick Generator covers Crimes and Punishments. It works a little differently compared to the others. You have a crime table and a punishment table. You can use both together or roll on the one you need.

But what would you use this Quick Generator for…?

  • You need to decide what each inmate of a prison has been charged with
  • Someone has done a crime but the punishment has yet to be decided
  • You need to have a crime to accuse someone of, such as a PC
  • Someone has been convicted of a crime and the law allows for fate to decide their punishment
  • You encounter someone who has been punished, but what were they accused of?

This features 2 d100 tables, one for crimes and another for punishment, with a few punishments duplicated to reflect the more common ones and to help fill out the table. These crimes and punishments are themed around a Scfi genre of game or story.

Your crime and punishment could end up being…

  • Hanging for…Fraud
  • Stasis for…Public Intoxication for a duration of…3d6 Days
  • Forced Immortality for…Temporal Manipulation

Available now at –


Very soon available at – 

Open Gaming Store and Paizo online stores soon (store links)

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