Christian Buggedei @ 2019-07-03 14:23:48
Hey Lazyweb - for Mail Order Apocalypse, I need a 2d6 (11-66) table full of things to find in the post-apocalyptic wild. Let me get you started: 11 a derelict and wrecked diesel truck 12 Mole People, out of their holes for some recon 13 a sandstorm 14 signs warning of a high radiation zone 15 the desiccated body of a dead cargo camel 16 a group of Warchilds on a rampage 21 quicksand
Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-07-03 14:46:06
22 Desert Ratmen, searching for the Chosen One who will lead them on a Holy War.
Christian Buggedei @ 2019-07-03 16:09:50
23 a dried out watering hole, with the corpse of a giant mechanical walker lying over it.
Christian Buggedei @ 2019-07-03 16:22:26
24 a caravan of wandering Preachers down on their luck - the diesel ran out, they are down to the last bottle of water and worst: The batteries on their map-e-readers died!
ktrey parker @ 2019-07-03 21:27:10
25 A Mountain of Tires. All shapes, all sizes, and tall enough to see most of the area from the top. There's a 4-in-6 chance of finding a specific size/shape/type of tire in decent shape for every 2d6 hours spent searching.
Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-07-03 21:40:23
26 An oasis, surrounded by mobile blood-sucking cacti.
Roger Giner-Sorolla @ 2019-07-03 22:41:34
31 A rolling disco ball, powered by the gyrations of a giant Mexican jumping bean worm inside. If kept in a cool environment the worm will hatch from the ball into a giant moth.
Evlyn M @ 2019-07-04 00:09:48
1d6 Totems made of 2d6 piled up cars decorated with all kind of trinkets.
Christian Buggedei @ 2019-07-04 07:19:20
33 a mirage of a thriving city on the horizon, disappearing after two hours of following it.
Roger Giner-Sorolla @ 2019-07-04 08:02:47
34 The only surviving electrical pylon for miles thanks to the ravages of the Metal Wars, now an execution scaffold. Bolted to it are a dozen ragged skeletons, and one barely-alive mercenary, chewing on a vulture's foot. At the foot are the bones and rags of scores more victims who just fell apart.
Christian Buggedei @ 2019-07-04 09:50:10
35 a roughly two hundred foot long strip of asphalt, apparently a remnant of some street. There is a manhole cover on the left end, leading down to who knows what...
Richard G @ 2019-07-04 10:50:23
36 the exposed end of a gigantic drain, now home to a mixed community of humans, dogs and bears.
Christian Buggedei @ 2019-07-04 11:15:55
41 a lone solar powered signal repeater (broken)
Richard G @ 2019-07-04 11:18:19
41 a sleeping Godzilla
Christian Buggedei @ 2019-07-04 11:37:47
42 the remnants of a festival: Rotting art cars, collapsed hexayurts, broken cold brew coffeemakers, all half-buried under alkaline dust.
Christian Buggedei @ 2019-07-04 11:38:51
43 A wandering prophet, half-delirious, muttering prayers to the almighty trinity of block, chain and coinage.
Christian Buggedei @ 2019-07-04 11:41:31
44 A fuel depot. There is enough petrol left for two cars in the giant tanks, but the pumps are broken beyond repair, so someone might need to spelunk into the toxic fumes 20 feet below.
Christian Buggedei @ 2019-07-04 11:42:07
45 A radiation zone, but the warning signs have been defaced beyond usefulness.
Christian Buggedei @ 2019-07-04 11:42:44
46 Acid rain. Take shelter or 1d4 HP damage per Turn for 1d10 turns.
Roger Giner-Sorolla @ 2019-07-04 20:31:51
51 Tumblin' tumbleweeds ... spiked with thousands in worthless, soiled paper money ,,, but wait ... is that a baggie filled with something white stuck in that un yonder?
Alistair Langsford @ 2019-07-04 20:43:04
52 A bronze hand sticking out of the ground. If excavated it reveals a life size “statue”. Once the helmetted head is uncovered, perhaps a minute later the eyes will flicker open and the bronze man will gasp in a breath of air, and come alive: it is a mechanical man survivor from the days of the Last Army of Bronze.
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