dungeon dozen

I’ve been reading Jason Sholtis’s Dungeon Dozen blog, which provides a different d12 chart every day or so, for a couple of months now. For every list of 12 ideas, there are always a couple that make me laugh out loud and a couple that make me want to DM them RIGHT NOW.

I’m wondering: if I had a book version of the site, with one d12 chart per page and, say, 256 pages, could I just sit in the DM’s chair, flip to a random page, and never have to prepare an adventure again?

Jason: put your site into a lulu book. I will buy it.

6 Responses to “dungeon dozen”

  1. katre says:

    This totally ruins my plan for the next time I DM, because you’ll have seen all the charts already.

  2. SAROE says:

    Another copy here.

    I printed out about 30 of those charts. But that was 5 months ago, so…

  3. ranthoron says:

    I’d go for several books, eacht with d% pages. Let’s see which dice in the end you need to choose the book!

  4. Kevin says:

    Aye! I’d buy!

  5. paul says:

    There’s no way I can remember every idea from every Dungeon Dozen. Katre, I highly encourage you to run a DD-only game!

  6. Michael (Gronan) Mornard says:

    By Cram and Mirthless, sign me up!

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