The PDF also a condensed mutation table, guidance on applying mutations, and a few other useful tips. It's the biggest mutation table... in the world. Not really.
With thanks to:
Elf Maids & Octopi (indexed here).
Scrap Princess (Monster Manual Sewn From Pants) (table 1 and 2)
Arnold Kemp (Goblin Punch)
Arnold's post covers why mutations are great. This list is also suitable for creating degenerate quarter-lings for Ultraviolet Grasslands or the effects of thaumic fallout from Magical Industrial Revolution.If you like this sort of thing, try Red Box Vancouver's The Metamorphica. More mutations!
Some of my favorite posts to begin with.ReplyDelete
I love your work but how are you rolling a d1000?ReplyDelete
I've seen tenfootpolemic suggest a 1d200 as rolling a d10 and a d20 but reading the number together starting with the d20. so a roll of a 19 and a 3 = 193.
Would you suggest something similar but with 4d10 and using a different coloured die for each place value?
You're overthinking it. A d100 is rolled using 2 d10s. So a d1000 can be rolled on 3 d10s.Delete
Rolled 31 today "pheromones" and there is a typo in the description. Repels has an extra "s" in it.
Do you have a list of all the changes you made?ReplyDelete
I guess a better question would've been, how much has stayed the same :DDelete
Skerples this is a wonderful list, ive been working on transforming it into something usable in another game system- Is your blogspot an acceptable place to credit or is there something preferable?ReplyDelete
Absolutely, just link to this post.Delete
I've been looking to print this in a personal "dmg" of a bfrpg hack I've been writing; would you be alright with me using it in this matter? If so, is there a plain-text or doc version available?ReplyDelete
Depends on how it's being published, I suppose. I'm planning on putting this in a future book, so I can't easily release it under a creative commons license. I don't have a plain text version either; it's the PDF above, extracting the html data from the previous linked posts, or nothing, sorry.Delete
I apologize for my late reply! My project has actually morphed to be just a small player's booklet (in which I need no mutations) and my personal DM binder, in which I intend to just print off the pdf and throw it in. Thanks for your work; I eagerly await the book you mentioned.Delete