Tuesday, January 17, 2012

What's In The Flippin' Castle?

What's in this room? (somewhat crowdsourced from G+)

1-king
2-queen
3-prince
4-princess
5-advisor/vizier
6-castellan
7-wizard
8-prisoners
9-guards
10-moat monster
11-majordomo (domestic boss)
12-captain (military boss)
13-servants
14-kitchen servants
15-cook
16-stable guy
17-tutor
18-cleric
19-sycophant
20-little kid
21-diplomatic guest
22-minstrel
23-jester
24-doctor
25-messenger
26-herald
27-torturer
28-nurse
29-astronomer
30-astrologer
31-actor
32-courtesan
32-page
33-squire
34-knight
35-merchant
36-falconer
37-sheriff/reeve/johnny law
38-spy (roll again for cover)
39-midwife
40-old relative of queen or king
41-smith
42-ostler
43-porter
44-gaoler
45-chamberlain
46-keeper of the keys (awwww yeah)
47-tailor
48-embroiderer
49-food taster
50-clerk, accountant, or other math-related jamoke
51-painter
52-noble child of vassal kingdom
53-idiot son
54-librarian
55-poet
56-sculptor
57-architect
58-engineer
59-carpenter
60-tapestry-making type people
61-castle brewer
62-70 Roll twice
71-80-Useless fancy junk
81-90-Not much but you can hear some conversation because these morons are all "I, Claudius" and forget to close doors
91-Armory
92-Treasure room
93-Winch room or other device room
94-00 Oooh, something special and weird and unguarded

Assume nearest guards are d4 rounds away.

Assume locks are omnipresent.

Assume room layouts are boring.

Exterior profile of fortress can match this.

Additional castle shenanigans.

2 comments:

Pierce said...

Snazzy table, my group would be tossed in the dungeon before I could ever use it though.

Also- I just got a copy of MAXIM which had a pretty cool article about you and your crew in it.

osirises said...

i think this is awesome. thanks for sharing it.