2018-03-17 Random Goblins

Same procedure as yesterday but now I want to add goblins to my swamps.

A map

This is what my Halberds & Helmets Referee Guide has to say:

Numbers: 6d10, sometimes in the company of 2d6 giant animals. Roll 1d6: 1 = no giant animals, 2–3 = giant wolves, 4 = giant weasels, 5 = giant spiders, 6 = giant beetles.
Names: Death Rider, Man Killer, Eye Poker, Wolf King, Beetle Basher, The Impaler.

These are the tables I added:

;swamp
1,One of the islands of this swamp there is a huge mud mound. [goblins]
...

;goblins
1,[6d10] *goblins* live here, led by one they call [goblin].
5,[6d10] *goblins* live here, led by one they call [goblin]. The goblins have tamed [2d6] [goblin companions]. Goblins love to ride these into battle.

;goblin companions
2,*giant wolves*
1,*giant weasels*
1,*giant spiders*
1,*giant beetles*

;goblin
1,Death Rider
1,Man Killer
1,Eye Poker
1,Wolf King
1,Beetle Basher
1,The Impaler

Example output:

1202: On one of the islands of this swamp there is a huge mud mound. 40 goblins live here, led by one they call Man Killer. The goblins have tamed 6 giant wolves. Goblins love to ride these into battle.
2001: On one of the islands of this swamp there is a huge mud mound. 34 goblins live here, led by one they call The Impaler.

Success!

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If you made two tables out of the goblin leader table, you could have “man king” or “the rider” etc.

Rorschachhamster 2018-03-18 23:22 UTC


Hilarious. Death Killer!

Done.

– Alex Schroeder 2018-03-19 09:50 UTC


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