Inspired by Jason Sholtis’ d12-tables on his blog The Dungeon Dozen I tried to cut my teeth on a d12-table on my own. Some of the results could be used for weird adventure ideas, or just for fun. I don’t care. I would be surprised if I got this right, but it was quite a bit of fun to make.
The adventuring party was doomed because…
- The wrinkled Mar-Kraken woke from the ruckus of boarding the fey’s grey frigate on the Blasted Sea.
- They failed to pay proper respect to the Otherworldly Beings of the Tomorrow Barrow. Proper respect is always payed in praise of future actions, never past or present deeds.
- They found but didn’t drink the lilac wine from the Black Chalice of Anti-Doom. Duh! What a stupid thing not to do.
- They stole the One Dragon’s Emerald Egg to make a gigantic omelet that, when eaten, supposedly could lift the Ashen Cleric’s Withering Curse.
- They didn’t sacrifice the weakest party member at the Altar of Strength before entering the Caves of Puissance.
- You’re running an old module named Tomb of Horrors.
- They didn’t go full frontal when entering the Queendom of the Psychubis.
- The dwarf never washed.
- The Ape Scientists of Hadron turned on the Large Underdark Collider.
- They broke the Hourglass of Extended Time when fighting the Faint Alligators from a Future that Never Was.
- Of feats overkill.
- They rolled a d12.