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[PDF] Creature Description Generator – Volume 9 – Demonic Beings

Creature Description Generator – Volume 9 – Demonic Beings

Demons, like mortal beings, come in all shapes and sizes. Whilst most have a humanoid shape, sometimes with wings, some can be animalistic or even weirder!

This generator, or series of tables, will help you in coming up with a description for your demonic being, covering what they look like, what the demons’ speciality is and even what happens when they are summoned!

This pdf gives you details on the demonic being itself, not the ritual needed to summon them.

If you need a demon name generator and generator to decide on the ritual name and what is needed to summon said demon, then get a copy of “Demonic Names Generator” and “Ritual Details” from Ennead Games.

Inside this volume of CDG you’ll find tables and content that c...

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[PDF] – Helpful List – Arbitrary Collection 8

Helpful List – Arbitrary Collection 8

Every week on the Ennead Games blog, normally on a Friday, a helpful list of 20 items is posted. These normally follow no set pattern or theme, unless there has been a request for a particular list, but a few are based off real-world subjects. Some tables are expanded further into full lists or generators, and others work just fine on their own.

The subjects range from names from faraway lands, to what you might call your coins, to weapon names and more. There may be a common theme for the volume, then again, there might not be. They have been brought together into a handy and eclectic collection, a mixture of Fantasy, Sci-Fi and other genres.

Inside this volume, you will find list/tables for…

Amphibians
Buildings
Carnival
Cooking Items
Dog Breeds
Elem...

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[PDF] – Creature Description 8 – Dragons

Creature Description 8 – Dragons

Dragons are considered by many to be THE number one monster. It easy to see why. The size, the sharp talons, the majestic wings and of course the breath weapon that can spew forth death and destruction with apparent ease.

This pdf is made to help you come up with details of an existing dragon NPC, create a new one from scratch or even create a whole new sub-species of the flying tyrants! From the tiny to the huge and beyond, this will help you come up with a description or system-free details for your dragon.

This pdf takes information from “Novus Draco” and expands on it and presents it in a system free format in line with others in the CDG series.

Inside you’ll find tables for…

Size of the dragon
Colour/Type
Physical Details – Covering their wings, claws, eyes and more
The breath weapon – The type, size etc
The size of the dragon for each size category
The dragons age
Name

 

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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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[PDF] – Assorted Slang & Terminology: Volume 3 – Collective Nouns

Assorted Slang & Terminology: Volume 3 – Collective Nouns

A collective noun is a name for a collection or group of things. Rather than saying “that group” or “or those (x) over there” you would use a collective-noun to give the group/collection its proper name.

The following format is used for each entry:
[subject] [collective noun]

This would tell you that, for example, the collective noun for a group of apes would be a troop – “We must be careful, there is a large troop of apse that live here and they don’t like visitors”

This publication is divided up into three main sections:
1. Animals – Anything from the natural world
2. People – For groups of people, such as cowboys
3. Things – Anything else not covered by the first two sections

Examples/Samples

Animals
Ants ...

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