Empty d100

Shrouded ornate mirror on one wall shows the PCs as hideous, all expect one who is stunning

November 2019, right around when I started this blog, there began a community sourced effort on the Audio Dungeon Discord server at creating d100 tables on a variety of topics: dungeon doors, wizard’s pockets, the frozen north, etc. Here’s one such effort on magic weapons.

I contributed a bit towards this work and was inspired by the creativity & imagination my fellow hobbyists showed for the task. Although, all these creative voices can create a bit of dissidence and it can become difficult to find a common theme even when collaborating on a common topic. That’s not bad, just noisy.

So I went it alone – I wanted a d100 table to deal with old school dungeon crawling “empty rooms”. When playing a traditional D&D game with players mapping based on GM descriptions I got tired describing a room’s dimensions & exits, only to then say “…and it’s empty”.

Empty? EMPTY! What are you talking about, EmPtY? There’s got to be something here a spec of dirt, some ratty old bones, something… So I set about creating a d100 table to deal explicitly with this topic of empty rooms. You can find that work here.

Update – March 1

If you want more d100 goodness I can heartily recommend following: https://blog.d4caltrops.com/https://blog.d4caltrops.com/

This blog has been banging out random tables since 2007, hundreds of them… literally. I mean 2020 alone had 141 posts (!) on this topic.

7 thoughts on “Empty d100

  1. Anonymous November 27, 2020 / 1:32 am

    Great stuff Old Bean! Keep up the good work


  2. Spikepit November 27, 2020 / 1:34 am

    I hadn’t intended to be anonymous, Tech 1 Spikepit 0


    • Aron Clark November 27, 2020 / 1:47 am

      Ha ha – WordPress is just another platform to learn. I’m still fumbling my way around here. Thanks for the encouragement, I’ll keep at it a bit.


  3. grodog November 28, 2020 / 9:00 am

    Very cool, Aron—and I love that Trampier dice box! 😀



    • Aron Clark November 28, 2020 / 11:21 am

      Right on Allan – you can find the template for that dice box in an earlier article here.


  4. Thomas Wendt March 13, 2021 / 7:09 am

    Hey Aron, love that list! Going to use it. Tom


    Liked by 1 person

    • Aron Clark March 21, 2021 / 9:55 am

      Right on Thomas! Can’t wait to hear how that works out for you.


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