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Quick DM reference...

A 200 CRIT table and 200 FUMBLE table sure to keep your party laughing. 

Purchase of this item includes PDF format as well as the module to use it in the Fantasy Grounds VTT software.

Sources include a conglomerate of sources including original material.

A total of 400 table items.  Enjoy!

I welcome suggestions and feedback.  Please let me know.  And feel free to adjust accordingly.


Any errors found, please let me know, I will publish corrections immediately!

Alternately, there is a Spanish language version of this table here.

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April 22, 2017 7:53 pm UTC
Disregard previous post - the tables still roll auto critical - Great work - operator error. Thanks Jim S.
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Rob T April 22, 2017 8:53 pm UTC
Glad you like them, Jim! They are a barrel of laughs for sure.
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April 22, 2017 7:30 pm UTC
I really like the versatility of this table. Great job. My players and I both really like it. Suggestion/wish list: I do not know if its possible to code but, FG used to automatically roll double damage for critical hits and now it either says [CRITICAL HIT] and no longer auto rolls, or [TABLE] Critical Hit and then rolls on that great table you have made. I would love to have the best of both worlds and have it auto roll critical hits when it doesn't reference your tables. ps: If not possible to code, we will pick your tables and manualiy roll double damage. Thanks: Jim S
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Dan C March 17, 2016 4:48 pm UTC
These tables are a lot of fun, Rob! I've been enjoying penciling in narrative explanations for the more outlandish results. Number 86 on the Crit table for instance, I'm treating as an upward moving attack that knocks the opponent high into the air. They will definitely add a bit of a cinematic element to my campaign. Thanks for posting this!
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Rob T March 17, 2016 6:32 pm UTC
Hey Dan, glad you're having fun with it. I enjoy making these tools. I've got another in the works. Secret! {wink}

Hope you'll give me a good review.

#86 !
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Matheus F February 06, 2016 1:13 am UTC
I didn't get it yet, and I want to test your FG module before.
But one thing that got my attention was when I zoomed the cape, the 41 result, isn't to much OP? I mean in a boss fight with CR 30 (like Tiamat, or Demons Princes) the wizard do a crit with a cantrip and roll this effect... no test at all? I would suggest to change to something like: "...reduce creature to 0 HP if it have CR lower than your level, if not, it must make a DC X CON saving throw. On a failed save... continues..."
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Rob T February 06, 2016 10:27 am UTC
Matheus F.:

I see your point, however a couple things...

First, in Fantasy Grounds, the table is only triggered 2/3 of the time, and then there's only a 1% chance that will happen. So OP maybe, but the table is designed to introduce elements of the game that are not normal (and sometimes very exciting or extreme).

Secondly, I did put a note saying "Adjust accordingly", so if in your campaign, a 1st level Wizard kills Tiamat, well, you might change that sure. LOL!

I may incorporate your idea into the next version after more play testing.

ThanX! Hope you enjoy...
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Rob T February 10, 2016 7:07 am UTC
Matheus F.

I did incorporate your idea into the latest version.
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