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(B/X) 100 Random Rumors overheard in THE KEEP ON THE BORDERLANDS | RPGnet Forums
These rumors might be true. Or not true. Or half-true. Lies... or honest mistakes. Always consider the source.

I have listed the first 21. The other I...
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2 days ago by thestarsarehigh
💀 Necro - (B/X) 100 Random People Passing Through THE KEEP ON THE BORDERLANDS | RPGnet Forums
Naming conventions are per those established in Module B-2. Change the names to suit your campaign as desired.

I have listed the first 17, the rest I leave...
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2 days ago by thestarsarehigh
(B/X) 100 Random Complications for THE KEEP ON THE BORDERLANDS | RPGnet Forums
Roll 1d100 as many times as desired.

Some of the entries contradict each other. This is deliberate. Accept, reject, alter, and merge results as you see...
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2 days ago by thestarsarehigh
d4 Caltrops: d100 Table - This Secret Door Opens
It’s a relatively common conundrum: You’ve placed your concealed or secret doors in a lovingly designed dungeon but may have not bothered t...
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5 days ago by thestarsarehigh
Playing at the World: Artistic Arcana: Scruby Fantasy Miniatures and TSR
Dungeons & Dragons grew out of a tradition of miniature wargaming, and distributors of figurines were among the first companies to supply D&D to hobby shops.
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6 days ago by neverminding
Therapists Are Using Dungeons & Dragons To Get Kids To Open Up
Adam Davis, co-founder of the Dungeons & Dragons therapy group Wheelhouse Workshop, thinks kids with social issues aren’t being asked the right questions. In a dreary school counselor’s office, it can be hard to engage with “Why aren’t you doing your homework?” and “Have you tried joining clubs?” For Davis, more fruitful lines of inquiry start with “Who has the axe? Is it two-handed? What specialty of wizard to you want to be?”
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7 days ago by basemaly

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