Make your fantasy tabletop role-playing game even more epic with hundreds of creative and unexpected details to keep your story fresh, your settings vivid and alive, and your friends guessing!
Take your fantasy world to the next level, all with the roll of a die!Random Tables: Cities and Townsis a utility book for fans of tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons, allowing Game Masters to generate on-the-fly content for adventurers traveling, shopping, or simply passing through towns and cities.
Adventurers love to ask tough questions that can sometimes put Game Masters on the spot and put their creative skills to the test. Never fear being stumped when the party asks:
-What building is across the street from the thieves' guild headquarters?
-Who runs the local potion shop?
-Who is staying in the other rooms of the party's tavern?
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