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[PDF] – Quick Generator – Fantasy Genre Species Name

Quick Generator – Fantasy Genre Species Name

Many times, all you need is a quick idea or a concept. Something to help spark your imagination or to just fill in the gaps. You don’t want a huge amount of tables and need something reasonably quickly.

This is where the Quick Generator series comes in. The QG series from Ennead Games has , generally, no more than 2 x d100 tables, which can give you 10,000 possible combinations!

This particular QG covers species (or sub-species/variants) names, suitable for the fantasy based genre, although there is nothing stopping you from using them in other genres or settings.

With 2 x d100 tables you can get 10,000 possible combinations. Such as…

  • Bone Ogre
  • Glass Zombie
  • Forest Golem

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[PDF] – Empire Builder – Era Names

Empire Builder – Era Names

The Empire Builder Series has been designed to help flesh out your campaigns, empires and kingdoms. It covers currency, historical events, settlements and more.

Era Names refers to various periods of history for your empire, kingdom, country, etc. The name may be factual and exact or, like the so-called 100-years war, be a bit misleading, sometimes deliberately so. This can be the period of time as its called by historians or by those who lived during it.

Featuring 3 xd100 tables that combine in various ways to give you a suggested name for your time period.

Examples of possible Era names you can make includes…

  • Month of Loss
  • Summer of Secrets
  • Epoch of Turmoil

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[PDF] Helpful List 1k Series Volume 2 – Antagonists

Helpful List 1k Series Volume 2 – Antagonists

The original Helpful List series from Ennead Games was designed to help you decide names for your characters from your stories, covering a wide range of genres and subjects.

This particular Helpful list series covers some of the co-called classical fantasy genre antagonist, orc/goblin, dark, elf, draconic and more.

The names listed herein not in the species or cultures natural language, but have been translated into the common tongue for ease of use.

10 lists of d100 tables provide you with 1,000 names.

The tables inside cover…

  • Dark Elf – Feminine
  • Dark Elf – Masculine
  • Demonic – True Name
  • Demonic – Use Name
  • Draconic
  • Lizardfolk
  • Lovecraftian
  • Orc/Goblin – Name
  • Orc/Goblin – Tribe Name
  • Treefolk

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[PDF] Name Maker Real World Volume 1- Old English

Name Maker Real World Volume 1- Old English

The original name maker series from Ennead Games was designed to help you generate and come up with a name for your fictional cultures.

This companion related series took the same concept and applied it to real-world names, giving you a tool for names that are more in fitting with real life or setting and games that draw inspiration from the real world.

Not every possible name will be covered, but enough will be to give you hundreds, if not thousands of possible combinations, especially if you use the middle name option as well.

This volume covers Old English, suitable for humanoids of worlds and games that draw inspiration from around 1,000 CE and that part of the world.

Inside, you will find…

  • 9 x d100 tables
    • 3 x d100 tables covering feminine ...
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[PDF][News] – Helpful List 1K Series Fantasy Genre Names and the Christmas in July Sale

Helpful List 1K Series Fantasy Genre Names

The Helpful List series is designed to give you, as the name suggests, a list of various things that you might mind helpful. They all follow the same basic format of at least 1d100 table, sometimes more depending on the nature of the subject.

The 1k series takes this a step further, with 10 1d100 tables themed around a certain subject broken down into their own tables of 1d100 each.

This particular Helpful list series covers the co-called classical fantasy genre race of dwarfs, elf, gnomes and halfling, with Old English being used to represent the stereotypical “Medieval” humans

The names listed herein not in the species or cultures natural language, but have been translated into the common tongue for ease of use.

The tables cover…

  • Dwarf (f a...
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