Flying Dungeon Stocking Tables
Randomly determine room contents for old-school dungeons of the 1970s. Roll on one of three d100 tables for monsters, treasures, traps, or interesting variations. Probabilities are based on guidelines in Holmes Bluebook, Monster & Treasure Assortments, and Dungeon Geomorphs. For details on using the tables and how they are derived, see “Flying Dungeon Stocking Table by the Bluebook” and “Flying Table by Dungeon Geomorphs Sets.”
Like Moldvay’s dungeon room contents tables for earlier editions.
For Print: Flying Dungeon Stocking Tables (Print).PDF
The page size is 5½″ × 8½″. A footer contains links to the Contents and to each table for quick navigation on screen. For hard copy at the table, print two pages per A4 or Letter-size sheet on both sides. Then fold the page with the desired tables on the outside. This size also works on tablets and e-readers.
For Phone: Flying Dungeon Stocking Tables (Phone).PDF
Smaller pages and text to fit on small screens. A footer contains links to the Contents and to each table for quick navigation.
The Valormr Campaign Strategic Movement Map
Valormr is a fantasy wargames campaign in which we simulate events and engagements leading up to the Battle of Throrgrmir and the battle itself. It uses Gygax and Perren’s Chainmail: rules for medieval miniatures for tactical battles and draws from Setting Up a Wargames Campaign by Tony Bath for strategic-level play.
The Valormr Campaign Strategic Movement Map is hand-drawn by the games master with graphite and colored pencils. The original size is 8″ x 10″ on a quarter-inch hexagon grid, which fits on Letter-size as well as A4 paper.
Printing: The digital images are at 100, 300, and 600 dpi. Your favorite local reprographics shop can print the map in large-format color.
Tabletop with Figurines: Printed at 400%, the map is 32″ × 40″. Miniature figurines fit in one-inch hexes.
Wall-Mounted with Pins: Printing at 200% is recommended for use with pins, but it might be big enough enlarged to Tabloid or A3. Mount on board backing or corkboard to hold the pointy ends.