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The 50,000th Monster/ NPC has been created

We have reached 50,000 monsters created by the NPC Generator and Monster Generator tools .
The 50,000th was a Bugbear Rogue:

Bugbear (Medium Humanoid)
Rogue level 1 (skill points 9) Scout
Hit die: 3d8+1d6+4(21hp)
Init: 3
Speed: 30
AC: 19 +0 Leather, +0 Shield, light wooden
(Dex +3, Natural +3, 0 Leather +2, 0 Shield, light wooden +1, )
AC flat footed :16
AC Touch: 13
Base Attack/Grapple: 2/5
Attack: +7 (+1/+1) Mace,Heavy 1d8+4 Crit(20-20)X2
or +5 Javelin 1d6+3 Crit(20-20)X2
Full attack: +7 (+1/+1) Mace,Heavy 1d8+4
or +5 Javelin 1d6+3(range 30)
Space/Reach: 5/5
Special Attacks:
Sneak attack Sneak attack at an extra (D6) 1
Special Qualities: Darkvision 60, Scent ,
Trapfinding Can find magical traps
Saves: Fort +2, Ref +6, Will +1
Abilities: Str 17, Dex 16, Con 13, Int 12, Wis 10, Chr 9
Skills: Climb 4, Disable Device 3, Disguise -1, Escape Artist 2, Heal 0, Hide 6, Jump 2, Listen 5, Move Silently 8, Open Lock 3, Search 5, Spot 5, Swim 1, Tumble 5, Use Magic Device -1, Use Rope 3,
Feats: Alertness, Armour prof light, Power Attack, Shield Proficiency, Simple Weapon Proficiency, Weapon Focus,
CR: 3
Spells Known:

MAGIC ITEMS (max value 2500)

Weapon Magic (+1) +1 to Hit +1 Dam (2000gp)

Total Value = 2000

The Next target is 100,000 NPC’s so lets get generating..

Paul

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Contact me at paul@dinglesgames.com if you’re interested.

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It’s My Turn to DM

It’s come around to my turn to DM. So I’m continuing the Slautergarde Campaign I was running 6 months ago. The players have finished all the modules so now I’ve got to create some more adventures. They are 12th level now.

I’ve been using my tools (Mainly the D&D NPC Generator), I found it usefull saving all the encounters and then printing them off in one go, tweaking some of them at a later stage when I got new ideas.

I also found a couple of errors that I’ve fixed (Names not printing on the save prints, and the order of the saves were not quite right).

If you find something that does not seem quite right please let me know. I will probably find some more errors my self now that I’ve got to create my own campaign and will be using the tools in earnest.

The last DM ran a D&D 4.0 Campaign which ended in a total party kill. The funny thing about it nobody was really bothered about it, we never got attached to the characters like we did in 3.5.
I don’t know if it was the campaign or 4.0 but it just seemed we were playing a tabletop war game and lost.

So back to D&D 3.5 now…

Creating Your Own Monsters

I’ve just added a new tool, the Monster Creator. This will allow you to add in your own monsters to the D&D 3.5 monster generator and the 3.5 NPC Generator.
Adding in a monster is quite easy just type the monster as shown in the monster manual. The only differences are that:
1. The Hit dice field should not contain any bonus hit points (e.g. from Con).
2. Weapon damage from manufactured weapons does not need to be added as they will be automatically calculated.
3. The saving throws will need to be entered as either “Good” or “Bad” saves (the generator will then work out the correct save).
4. If a special attack or special quality is not on the list then you can use the default “other”.
5. If you are creating a zero level monster e.g. goblin then set hit dice to 0dx (e.g. 0d8) and set the template field to Zero Level.
6. If you are creating a template, the basic stats should be set to 11 as a default. Any bonus applicable should be added to 11, e.g. if the template has +2 Str set the Str to 13. If a template has a stat that should be zero set that stat to “0”.
Also set the Template field to “Template”.
7. If you are creating a monster that can have character levels set the template to “Char Levels”.
8. I’ve Removed the base attack field as this is calculated by the generator.
If you have any problems please contact me.
This tool is only available to those people that have created an account, it will be free to use for the next week or so then will become chargeable for.

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