Tarot cards are popular for getting plot inspiration, or doing in-game divination. Why not runes? The RuneSpinner does traditional three rune spreads of the Elder Futhark runes, with simple interpretations for those who don't have their own preferred guide to the meanings.
Spin three runes slot machine style, and get a reading to help out with your adventure or encounter plot. Toggle inversions... [click here for more]
Do you write stories or run games that involve characters of any sort? Then the Character Pack is for you! Generates characters for modern, medieval fantasy and science fiction settings. Get Inspired with character ideas that wouldn't have occurred to you on your own. Save Time by dropping generated characters straight into your story or game.
Character Builder... [click here for more]
What's better than a free online generator? A generator that you can take with you wherever you go, with or without internet. A generator that lets you edit results, save them to a file, or print them directly.
The Pantheon Generator Portable is a standalone version of the incredibly popular Pantheon Generator at Chaotic Shiny. Create diverse, original pantheons with the click of a button.
Here's... [click here for more]
We all have lots of opinions. But usually, our NPCs don't. Want to fix that? Sure! Want to fix that in a way that doesn't take up even more of your already-full DMing time? Of course!
Introducing the Opinion Generator Portable, a standalone version of the popular Opinion Generator from Chaotic Shiny. Generates results like:
Is scarcely informed about the issue, and is very passionate about... [click here for more]
Because you want to kill things and take their stuff somewhere besides an empty 10x10 room. Generates a grid of any size filled with colored areas indicating difficult, impassable, damaging, elevated/lowered or special terrain.
Adding the flavor is all up to you - is that square of damaging terrain lava, or a pit trap? That depends on if your party is in a volcano or an ancient tomb. But don't... [click here for more]
"Where's the nearest town? Where is that noise coming from? Which way did the thief run? Which direction is the wind coming from? When the guy manning the catapult critically fumbles, where does the big rock go?" All these and more are questions that can be answered by the Random Compass.
The program is written in .NET, so it should work on all recent versions of Windows and quite... [click here for more]