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[PDF] – Dungeon Maker

Dungeon Maker

For many people, the word “Dungeon” conjures up dark stone corridors filled with creatures out to stop you. After a while they may seem to be the same, all looking alike and feeling, well, boring.

What you need is some variety in your dungeons!

Dungeon maker is a series of tables designed to help you in designing and fleshing out your dungeons or places for the party to explore. Building on some existing publications from Ennead Games and combing and adding to the information they hold.

Existing supplements, such as the “Dungeon Feature” series, also from Ennead Games will expand on certain details even further if required, such as altars. Think of this publication as a base product from which other optional items can be added to.

Inside this publication, you will fin...

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Random List – 20 types of damage

This weeks list is a two-for-one – Not only is a simple list of possible damage types, but is a sneak preview of one of the tables that will be found in the upcoming “Random Dungeon Maker” (working title).

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 Damage Type
1 Acid
2 Arcane
3 Bleeding
4 Blunt
5 Cold
6 Divine
7 Electrical
8 Energy
9 Explosive
10 Heat/Fire
11 Holy
12 Impact
13 Mental
14 Physical
15 Piercing
16 Poison
17 Shadow
18 Slashing
19 Sonic
20 Unholy

 

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Dungeon Features 7 – Statues and the RPG Round Up

Dungeon Features 7 – Statues

Whilst exploring a dungeon or other building, such as a castle complex or mansion, you can find many things, such as doors, artwork, furniture and much more.

This volume covers statues and helps you come up with a quick description or it for your players to find or to help you flesh out an existing one and give it more details.

Inside this volume, you’ll find tables for…

1 – Material
2 – Subject
3 – Inscription type
4 – Inscription Language
5 – Base/Plinth Shape
6 – Holding (If the statue is holding anything, this table tells you what that might be)
7 – Condition/Damage
8 – Quality
9 – Pose
10 – Size
11 – Quirk/Feature

Available now at –

DrivethruRPG

Very soon available at – 

Open Gaming Store (Spend over $20 on EG products at Open Gaming Store and get A BONUS OGS (non-bundle) product (PDF) ABSOLUTELY FREE!)

Paizo online stores soon (store links)

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Dungeon Features

One of the new projects I am working on at the start of the year is the next in the Dungeon Feature series. For those that are unaware of it, it is a series of pdf with the common theme of “things you might find in a dungeon or building or similar environment.” As that is obviously an unwieldy title, it was shortened to Dungeon Feature.

So far there have been the following in the series:

  • Altars
  • Doors
  • Room/Location Names
  • Sights, sounds, smells
  • Chests
  • Fountains

As you can see it leaves a lot more that can be done. On my to-do list is:

  • Armory
  • Artwork
  • Ballroom
  • Barracks
  • Bathing room/Cleaning chamber
  • Chairs
  • Corpses & Bodys
  • Council Chamber/Meeting Room
  • Crypt/Mortuary
  • Kitchen
  • Laboratory
  • Library
  • Paintings
  • Pillar
  • Pits
  • Pool
  • Portal
  • Prisons & Captives
  • Secrets
  • Signs, Runes & Symbols
  • Stairs & Ladders
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[Dev Notes] – Dungeon Feature – Statues

With myself now being mostly caught up with older projects and things getting back into line, I can continue to work on my extensive to-do project list. One that has been sitting on the back-burner for a while is the Dungeon Feature series. This next planned one is about statues. Like the rest of the DF series, it can be used outside of dungeons, such as in a city or private home.

So far I have the following in my notes file for possible aspects, in no particular order

  • Material
  • Subject
  • Pose/position of the subject
  • Base/Plinth for the statue
  • Condition of the statue
  • Size
  • Inscription on the plinth, if any
  • Quirks/Features

Most of these are pretty self-explanatory. Two, however, are closely linked and I might integrate them into one table. The subject and the pose/position...

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