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tabletoptrinketsbyjj · 27 days ago
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Hotlinks to all Tables: A complete list of every trinket table for quicker access compared to scrolling through the entire blog or sifting through the archive. This also functions as the easiest link to reblog or save for reference purposes as it’s updated with each new table. Now with 116 full d100 loot tables, category specific rolling tables a working rollable Omni Loot Table.
---Note: The links sometimes don’t work on mobile devices or some apps. Try using a desktop or browser extensions if they aren’t working. 
-The Omni Loot Table: A loot meta-table that allows the user to roll randomly on the 116 tables this blog has collected. This grants a DM literally millions of unique trinkets, equipment and items that players can find to enrich their world and playing experience.
-Character Creation Loot Generator: This generator creates an sample of five trinkets, curiosities and loot, pulled from a wide list of other tables that is meant to provide the player with some items to encourage engaging roleplaying with perhaps a minor boon to the odd dice roll. The generator is meant to be used by character's of Level 1 or higher at character creation to help them with ideas of what their character have been or have done.
-All Unique Armors: Splint mail, studded leather and sturdy shields of all shapes, sizes and mysterious backgrounds. Distinctive armors that can serve as the basis for family heirlooms, legendary artifacts and magical or masterwork weapons.
-Unique Armors, 1
-Unique Armors, 2
-Masterwork Armor Bonuses: Over a dozen homebrew armor improvements, enhancements and modifications created though superior craftsmanship. These masterpieces though more powerful than ordinary armor would not be considered “magic” or “+1” objects. 
-All Unique Minor Magic Weapons: A collection of flavorful weapons of artifact level quality suitable for low level characters. Much like the Minor Weapon Enchantments that some of them draw inspiration from, they provide small bonuses and combat options that are restrained by limited uses, niche situations or come with risky drawbacks. 
-Unique Minor Magic Weapons, 1
-Unique Minor Magic Weapons, 2
-Unique Minor Magic Weapons, 3 
-Unique Minor Magic Weapons, 4
-Minor Weapon Enchantments: A collection of minor bonuses that are weaker than a standard +1 weapons, as they come with trade-offs, risks, prerequisites, limited uses or niche benefits. These enchantments provide feat-like bonuses, low level class abilities, modify damage types, provide short bursts of power or replicate the effects of low levels spells. Rollable Minor Weapon Enchantments Table. 
-Random Weapon + Random Minor Weapon Enchantment.
-Random Unique Weapon + Random Minor Weapon Enchantment.
-All Minor Magical Items: Semi useful magical objects (If not always useful to an adventurer) that have little to no drawbacks associated with their use and are perfect for low level characters.
-Minor Magic Items, 1    /   -Minor Magic Items, 2
-Minor Magic Items, 3    /   -Minor Magic Items, 4
-Minor Magic Items, 5
-All Unique Weapons: Blades, bludgeons and bows of all shapes, sizes and mysterious backgrounds. Distinctive weapons that can serve as the basis for family heirlooms, legendary artifacts and magical or masterwork weapons.
-Unique Weapons, 1   /   -Unique Weapons, 2
-Unique Weapons, 3   /    -Unique Weapons, 4
-Unique Weapons, 5   /    -Unique Weapons, 6
-Unique Weapons, 7   /   -Unique Weapons, 8
-Unique Weapons, 9   /   -Unique Weapons, 10 
-Unique Weapons, 11   /   -Unique Weapons, 12 
-Unique Weapons, 13   /    -Unique Weapons, 14
-Masterwork Weapon Bonuses: Over 20 homebrew weapon improvements, enhancements and modifications created though superior craftsmanship. These masterpieces though more powerful than ordinary weapons would not be considered “magic” or “+1” weapons. Compatible with Pathfinder, D&D 5e and other D20 systems. Rollable Masterwork Bonus Table
-Running the Numbers: On Balancing Homebrew Masterwork Weapon Bonuses
-Random Weapon + Random Masterwork Weapon Bonus.
-Random Unique Weapon + Random Masterwork Weapon Bonus.
-Wild Magic Surges: A collection of Wild Surge options for DMs and PCs who find the published tables limiting, repetitive or boring, three things wild magic by definition, should never be. Rollable Wild Magic Surge Table.
Unique Metamagic Options: The practice of learning, preparing and casting spells is often considered Art rather than religious fervour, academic knowledge or inborn skill. An expanded list of metamagic options for PC's and DM's to use in their games and as a resource for other tables on this blog. More than just a list of effects, each Metamagic option hopes to provide a vivid description of exactly how the caster is deliberately warping the nature of the spell to achieve their goal. Rollable Unique Metamagic Options.
-All Sealed Glass Vials: Faulty potions, weak elixirs, alchemical supplies, spell components, ritual elements, enchanting materials, crafting ingredients and magically preserved biological samples.
-Sealed Glass Vials, 1   /    -Sealed Glass Vials, 2
-Sealed Glass Vials, 3   /    -Sealed Glass Vials, 4
-Sealed Glass Vials, 5   /    -Sealed Glass Vials, 6
-Sealed Glass Vials, 7   /    -Sealed Glass Vials, 8 
-Sealed Glass Vials, 9
-All Books: An eclectic library of dusty tomes, fictional textbooks, pocketbooks, paperbacks, hardcovers, booklets, leaflets and magical manuals.  
-Trinkets, Books, 1   /   -Trinkets, Books, 2 
-Trinkets, Books, 3   /   -Trinkets, Books, 4
-Trinkets, Books, 5   /    -Trinkets, Books, 6
-Trinkets, Books, 7   /    -Trinkets, Books, 8 
-Trinkets, Books, 9 
-All Rings: Enough rings and bands to wear three on every finger and toe while still having dozens to spare. These small circular pieces of gems, metal, wood or bone always add more to the story than the sum of their parts. 
-Trinkets, Rings, 1   /    -Trinkets, Rings, 2
-Trinkets, Rings, 3
Crowns, Circlets, and Coronets: Resting on the noble head of the mighty king or regal queen are the physical manifestations of their wealth and power. The symbols of their right to rule, these various headdresses are often tailor made to serve as metaphor for the monarch’s personality or that of their kingdom. 
-Crowns, Circlets, and Coronets, 1
-All Cloaks: A collection of unique descriptions of cloaks for DM’s to give to their players as magical or mundane loot and for players to use during character creation to help flesh out their personal style.
-Cloaks, 1
-All Necklaces: Pendants, amulets, lockets, chokers and other “Neck Slot” jewelry that grant an immediate glance into the bearer’s personality, wealth, rank or social class and often serves as an iconic part of that character’s look. While a locked metal torque can instantly mark the bearer a penniless slave and a string of lustrous pearls mark their owner a flauntingly wealthy noble, so can an adventurer's necklace mark them as a creature to bestow quests upon.
-Trinkets, Necklaces, 1   /   -Trinkets, Necklaces, 2
-Trinkets, Necklaces, 3
-All Artifacts: Artist masterpieces, rare magics and opulent combinations of jewels and precious metals. These objects can be found in the throne rooms of kings, the demiplanes of archmages and the pinnacle of a dragon's hoard.
-Trinkets, Artifacts, 1
-All Valuables: More useful than regular trinkets, these items have either a clear purpose, a reliable ability or are made from a fairly costly material.  
-Trinkets, Valuable, 1   /   -Trinkets, Valuable, 2 
-Trinkets, Valuable, 3   /   -Trinkets, Valuable, 4
-Trinkets, Valuable, 5   /   -Trinkets, Valuable, 6
-Trinkets, Valuable, 7   /   -Trinkets, Valuable, 8
-Trinkets, Valuable, 9   /   -Trinkets, Valuable, 10
-Trinkets, Valuable, 11
-All Trinkets: Interesting baubles or semi magical items that have little to no practical in game or mechanical use for an adventurer.
-Trinkets, First
-Trinkets, 1   /   -Trinkets, 2   /   -Trinkets, 3
-Trinkets, 4   /   -Trinkets, 5   /   -Trinkets, 6
-Trinkets, 7   /   -Trinkets, 8   /   -Trinkets, 9
-Trinkets, 10   /   -Trinkets, 11   /   -Trinkets, 12
-Trinkets, 13   /   -Trinkets, 14   /   -Trinkets, 15
-Trinkets, 16   /   -Trinkets, 17   /   -Trinkets, 18
-Trinkets, 19   /   -Trinkets, 20   /   -Trinkets, 21 
-Trinkets, 22   /   -Trinkets, 23   /   -Trinkets, 24
-Trinkets, 25   /   -Trinkets, 26   /   -Trinkets, 27 
-Trinkets, 28   /   -Trinkets, 29   /   -Trinkets, 30
-Trinkets, 31   /   -Trinkets, 32   /   -Trinkets, 33
-Trinkets, 34   /   -Trinkets, 35   /   -Trinkets, 36
-Trinkets, 37   /   -Trinkets, 38   /   -Trinkets, 39
-Trinkets, 40   /   -Trinkets, 41   /   -Trinkets, 42
-All Worthless Trinkets: Vaguely interesting garbage, vendor trash and junk loot. Not magical or mysterious like regular trinkets or worth anything more than a copper piece or two even if you could find someone to buy it in the first place.
-Trinkets, Worthless, 1   /   -Trinkets, Worthless, 2 
-Trinkets, Worthless, 3   /   -Trinkets, Worthless, 4
-Trinkets, Worthless, 5   /   -Trinkets, Worthless, 6
-Trinkets, Worthless, 7   /   -Trinkets, Worthless, 8
-Trinkets, Worthless, 9   /   -Trinkets, Worthless, 10 
-All Mottos: Whether they're called adages, maxims or creeds, these simple statements are essentially promises made to oneself, family, or institution. A character's motto can be a goal in itself or a moral anchor that centers his life and guides his action. A mixed collection of real life and fictional mottos that can aid a DM to quickly expand the history of the campaign or to aid a PC in a richer character creation.
-Mottos, 1   /   -Mottos, 2   /   -Mottos, 3
-Mottos, 4   /   -Mottos, 5   /   -Mottos, 6
-Mottos, 7   /   -Mottos, 8   /   -Mottos, 9
-Mottos, 10   /   -Mottos, 11
-Battle Cries: Simplistic and bone chilling warcries, complex and inspiring calls to arms and primal wordless screams of rage that shakes the enemy down to their iron-shod boots. A collection of simple phrases, threats, insults and violent promises for creatures to yell before and during combat to add verbal spice to each attack.
-Battle Cries, 1   /   -Battle Cries, 2   /   -Battle Cries, 3
-Battle Cries, 4   /   -Battle Cries, 5  /   -Battle Cries, 6
-Battle Cries, 7
-All Reference Tables: When a trinket calls for a Random Weapon, Random Color or Random Godly Domain and you can’t think of one offhand, just go here and either roll a die or select one of your own choosing.
—Keep reading for all reference and resource tables.
Random Weapon Tables: Sometimes you just need a weapon and literally anything mildly lethal will do the trick. These lists give a DM the ability to quickly look through different options when generating loot or as a paired resource when an trinket from another table asks you to “Roll a Random Weapon”. Rollable Random Weapons Table.
-Random Sword Table
Random Godly Domains Tables: Depending on your system and in-game universe, there may already be a pantheon, singular or lack of Gods. However, people are superstitious wherever your players go and these tables allow a DM to generate a domain, theme or patronage to quickly flesh out a trinket with a “Random Godly Domain”. Rollable Godly Domains Table.
Random Nightmares: Unspeakable, nonsensical night terrors, worse than the strongest of bad trips on mundane hallucinogens, exist to prey on adventurers who have seen more than their fair share of trauma. A cleric’s healing words can mend the flesh but nothing truly mends the mind from the aberrant horrors, monstrous beasts and undead abominations, whose defeat is an adventurer’s main source of income. Rollable Nightmares Table.
Random Musical Instruments Table: There are a surprisingly large number of ways to pluck a string, blow through a tube or hit something with a stick. This table represents a collection of real life instruments all capable of being created with pre-industrial techniques. Furthermore they are all small to medium sized and could be easily be stored, carried, maintained and played by a traveling adventurer. Rollable Musical Instruments Table.
-Random Color Table: Pretty self explanatory and it’s basically only here because many of the trinkets reference it. Roll for colors or just use it as a reference while handing things out if you don’t have a color wheel handy. Rollable Random Colour Table.
-Random Creature Type Table: A quick guide to the various creature types for reference purposes. Rollable Random Creature Type Table.
-Book Descriptions: A short list of quirks, physical descriptions and eccentricities to add additional personal characteristics to the book trinket list. Rollable Book Descriptions table
Glossary and Common Terms: A collection of terms and lingo that are frequently used in D&D and other tabletop games, along with terms written by me specifically for use in this blog. Some words used in this blog are purposely written as “catch all” ideas or “Common Terms” that can easily be adapted to any game system.
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memesomething · a month ago
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Noticing Trauma sentence starters
Feel free to alter dialogue to suit your muse!
“That really spooked you.” 
“I don’t want to pry, but.. I want you to know I also want to listen, if you want someone to talk to.” 
“Well, pretend I’m not here. What would you say if nobody could hear it?” 
“Does this happen a lot?” 
“Hey, what happened between you two?” 
“When is the last time you ate?”
“Is this okay?” 
“Hey.” 
“This is the third meal you’ve missed this week, are you okay?” 
“[Name]?” 
“What did he/she/they do?” 
“This ... hurts you.” 
“You don’t feel safe, here.” 
“When you look at [trigger], you... what is that?” 
“What can I do?” 
“You were crying in your sleep.” 
“What do you dream about?” 
“Whenever you get stressed, you do this thing with your hands. What is it?” 
“You’re right, I don’t understand, yet. Will you help me?” 
“Should I leave a light on for you?” 
“I brought you some water.” 
“I won’t judge you.” 
“It doesn’t have anything to do with trust. You don’t have to tell me. But I’ll listen, if you do.” 
“Count your breaths with me, okay? Ready? One, two, three, four...” 
“I’m here.” 
“Talk to me.” 
“You don’t need to tell me everything. I just want to know how I can help.” 
“Let me hold your hair back, at least.” 
“You used to love that [item].” 
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tabletopresources · 6 months ago
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Source: a list of famous urban legends to help make game plots
Check out Tabletop Gaming Resources for more art, tips, and tools for your game!
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willowiswriting · 6 months ago
Things I love about writing: Coming up with new worlds, building government systems, designing outfits, making my little dollies lie to and kill each other, researching ways to kill a person
Things I hate about writing: Writing
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bovel · a year ago
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A druidic warlock for sure!  When I sewed more of my LARPing gear I was a wizard and I had some cleric in me when my burnout was at it’s worst. What class(es) are you?!
EDIT: @greebers reminded me that I’ve got some strong Bard-tendecies when doing ESO dungeons over voicechat. @godlingmajora @katyspirit
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neutralpartymaps · 14 days ago
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Alright, I promise this is my last dock map, at least for a little while. As of right now, I’m going cold turkey- all city maps from now on won’t even include boats, somehow, for at least a couple weeks. I guess I’ll have to come up with places in cities that don’t have immediate access to the sea for some reason. Maybe I can just draw a normal map, then cut out the dock? At least then I’ll know that it’s just off screen, but I feel like that’s missing the point. 
Download the full resolution image of this map at my Patreon, as well as alternate gridless, night, and outlines-only versions!
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symmetricalart · 6 months ago
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Marisha Ray: “I imagine myself ungrappled” Matt: “I should clarify, you’re already ungrappled.” Everyone: “YES! YOU DID IT!” LOLOLOL
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probablybadrpgideas · 5 months ago
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Combine traditional gaming and LARPing by having a tabletop session but instead of dice you put the GM in a 20-sided zorb and push them down the stairs.
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tabletopresources · 16 days ago
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Image above found on pinterest
How about some more?
1d10 more plot hook ideas inspired by film
Groundhog Day. Escape a strange encounter that seems to keep restarting in slightly varied ways.
E.T. Help an otherworldly life form return to its own world/realm to prevent it from inadvertently causing escalating mass conflicts.
Jumper. Stop a powerful figure who is enacting a plan to control and prevent others from ever using their own gifts again.
Casino Royale. Covertly enter a high stakes contest to end a villainous plot conducted by one of its participants.
Spider-Man 3. Break free from the mind-altering influence of a powerful but consuming magic item and keep it from those who would enable it to achieve its dark purpose.
The Chronicles of Riddick. Stay out of the hands of an enemy looking to capture you long enough to bring down a genocidal tyrant.
The Dark Knight. End the crime spree of an agent of chaos whose elaborate plots risk vilifying the wrong people even if you succeed.
Watchmen/Civil War. Find out why heroes are being targeted and unite them in time before distrust and differences turns to violence between once-allied factions. 
I, Robot. Investigate a crime being blamed on an unlikely but far too convenient suspect before they and their entire faction face mob justice.
Apocalypto. Escape captivity, outrun and outfight an army of cultists long enough to disrupt their apocalyptic sacrificial rituals.
Care to reblog with a list of your own?
Let’s keep the community list going strong! And check out Tabletop Gaming Resources for more art, tips, and tools for your game!
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jk-selfships · 2 months ago
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•.̇꒰🌙 𝐇𝐈 𝐅𝐄𝐋𝐋𝐋𝐎𝐖 𝐒𝐄𝐋𝐅𝐒𝐇𝐈𝐏𝐏𝐄𝐑𝐒 𓂃⋆ .°
today i have a new pro tip for enhancing your experience of daily dose of daydreaming about your f/o!
all you have to do is basically downloading an app called "ai dungeon" (or you can simply search it on the browser version if you want to play it from there).
the game according to what wikipedia says since i kinda suck at explaining:
" AI Dungeon is a free-to-play single-player and multiplayer text adventure game which uses artificial intelligence to generate content.
AI Dungeon is a text adventure game; however, unlike traditional text adventure games, which use pre-written content, AI Dungeon uses artificial intelligence to generate effectively limitless open-ended storylines. "
so yeah, basically you can use it for roleplaying.
my experience + some notes:
• altough i haven't been using it for a while, i used it plenty of times. i have to say that the ai it's really funny to play with and isn't that bad at all, it can get fairly precise within the gameplay. although, since it's an artificial intelligence which we're talking about, sometimes its answers might tend to look weird or out of character/context, but you can easily fix it by redoing the action and by adding in the memory more notes about what the ai must keep in mind.
• also, it is free (unless you don't want to subscribe for premier features which aren't essential in my opinion unless you don't want the dragon model) and it's frequently upgraded.
• you can play an infinite amount of scenarios by creating your own, but there are also popular ones made by other users as well, the only limit is just your creativity and imagination -literally- you can do everything including nsfw
• you can play it in multiplayer mode with other users or with your friends. once there was the option to search online scenarios but for what i got it was temporarily removed for fixing purposes. i heard that hopefully they plan to get it back or to add new ways for sharing promtps which was one of the funniest things trust me
• the game allows you to create your own world and customize everything, locations, characters, info etc etc. what i suggest you to do (unless you don't want to play an original version/au) is searching info about your f/o contents on wikia, copy and paste and tadaaa, the ai will assimilate the informations!!
i personally find this app really useful for who is struggling with writer block, you can also create generators as well, talking with the ai, the possibilities are endless.
sadly i heard that the last updates caused some problems in the gameplay experience, but i've seen they devs are always busy at working on it so i hope it's only a matter of time before fixing it. alternatively, if you don't like the ai you can use NovelAi which is a valid alternative to this game. But you can find plenty others online, you just need to type "ai dungeon alternatives".
i haven't played it in a long time, but i just stumbled upon the game again and now i want to roleplay all the cute prompts i found on this site with my f/o lol
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these are two screens i made last year when testing the ai.
i hope this will be useful!
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waywardmasquerade · a month ago
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Bi Pride Dragon Bagons are mostly seen in spring time, especially around sunrise, their colours blending with the horizon. They love to hoard dice and gemstones. Gemstone dice are even better.
Check out the Kickstarter here
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Send my muse a halloween costume idea
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