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Hey all !
Some of you will remember me from a long time back all over the web, others to which I'll be new. I'm finally sated with the "D666 of Megadeath Random Events Table" that I've been working on for a little while now and decided to share it with the world. I won't post the whole thing here as it's a little beasty in length, but if you're up for some seriously ludicrous gaming, don't hesitate to use it in anyway you see fit !
You're also welcome to nab the file, post it on your site, magasine, link to it, modify it whatever, just e-mail me about it politely and there's no problem at all.
Check it out by downloading directly from this link;
And be warned, don't roll a triple six!
Enjoy, don't forget to tell me what you think!
Edit: Paste the URL into your browser instead. Stupid hotlinking disabled
Nice, how long did it take you to do that?
When are you meant to roll for these though? I'll try it out as soon as I get a chance.
It's taken a year or so to refine it to it's final standard, lol :o
It took quite some time to write as you can well guess.
You can roll at either the end or the beginning of each player turn (well, that's how we do it over here anyway, at the end of each player turn) - but there are other ways you could do it too, like at the end of each game turn, or when certain objectives are met, or if Jerry Springer is on the telly, you can roll every time a fight breaks out (not adviseable - very little actual gaming takes place and random events REALLY screw up your game, lol).
It can tend to dominate the game a little, so be warned. The general consensus is to ignore anything you don't understand, or just roll again. The original version of the table had 'nothing happens' in it, but we soon erased that :rolleyes:
Played a few quick games with it, was flat out hilarious. Good job, well done, and a bloody good time!
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Did you roll anything ending with a double six? :unsure:
oh man ive got to try this i have a game on weds. so ill suggest it...revalations is awsome!
ambershee, do you play magic the gathering? Many of your events seem to be inspired by cardnames. Creeping Mould, Dark Banishing, Builders Bane, Giant growth and pacifism all spring to mind.
Also, i really like the table. Perfect for spicing up any game. Good job!
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the link wont work for me :blink:
The link works but the file is too big to be opened by SimpleText. Some help please? Ps. I'm using a Macintosh.
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