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Underdark Table Rolls

Underdark Table Rolls

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Simple Encounter tables for the Underdark for Low (1-4),
Mid (5-10) and High (11+) levels with support for Volo´s Guide to Monsters and Mordenkainen´s Tome of Foes. 

Extra tables for Underdark Locations, beasts, humanoids, undead, fungi & oozes and Underdark slaves. 

Tables use 2-20 range designed with unusual and dangerous encounters occurring less often using 1d12+1d8 or 2d10. Or use 1d20 and ignore this.

 
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Kenneth K October 03, 2019 9:20 pm UTC
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Hail I just purchased you Underdark Table Rolls pdf and was confused as how to roll on the charts … it stats to Roll "d8+d12".. I am running a Underdark campaign with the char starting at lvl 1. My questions is do I roll d8 for lvl 1 and 2 and d12 for lvl 3 and 4 or do I roll both d8 and d12 at same time. I am used to rolling d20 on random charts. I like what is on your charts but want to use them properly.

Thx in advanced.
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Chaos G October 04, 2019 6:25 am UTC
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Hi, hope you enjoy the Underdark tables.
The intention is to roll a d8 and d12 at the same time to get a result of 2 to 20. This was inspired by the Sylvan Forest encounters in the Dungeon Master's Guide (pg 86-87). 2d10 also works well to give the same range of numbers.

However it is also intended to work with a d20. re-rolling on a 1 (or treating the 1 as an 11 or treating it as DM's choice). Using a d20 may result in more dangerous encounters more often.

I'll look at adding a note about using the table on the Encounters pdfs
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Christopher B March 29, 2019 10:50 pm UTC
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Hello, there seems to be an error with the new PDF. The tables on page 4 on the right-hand side are cut off.
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Chaos G March 30, 2019 9:25 am UTC
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New version uploaded so this should be corrected. Thanks
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Christopher B March 31, 2019 7:58 am UTC
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Hello, I downloaded the new version, and the tables are still cut off. I tried different PDF readers (including Adobe) and the tables still show as cut off.
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Chaos G March 31, 2019 3:49 pm UTC
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Sorry, I mixed files up on that update. The corrected version (_1_1) should not have cut off tables.
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Christopher B March 31, 2019 10:03 pm UTC
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Thank you, it works now!
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