Today's post is a little different than most that appear here, although it stays within our current post apocalyptic theme. I don't create many NPC's to share, as I feel that is something that each DM/GM must do on their own. Wyatt Ferris is a different case, let me explain why. This week I encountered the following post on one of the Facebook groups that I follow: I was moved by this because I am a father and I wanted to help in whatever small way I could. I created this NPC
Today's post is about unexpected finds. Perhaps your group is scouting a new area of the world or finds themselves waking up in an unknown location not sure where they are or how they got there. Maybe they are remote border guards or are travelling through a foreign desert. Whatever the case, these are not the kinds of things people see every day, in fact quite the opposite is true. These are things that few people will ever see. Feel free to use them however you like. Happy
Here's another little table that I hope that you find useful. Here's a scenario it could be used in. The party is looking for a monster (or a group of monsters) that is running away or perhaps sneaking through the borderlands of the kingdom. The ranger makes her roll and it's a success! She comes up with some sign of the trail and the party is off tracking the monsters again. Yay!!!
"What did I find?", asks the ranger. Oh man, there's always at least one player that thinks