d12 Monthly – Issue 27 – Random Encounters

d12 Monthly – Issue 27 – Random Encounters

Issue 27 of my Dungeons and Dragons zine is out!

Issue 27 is all about the Random Encounters. It will feature articles on various ways to create and use random encounter tables, the odds of using various die types, an interview with Jon from Tale of the Manticore, and much more! (See below for details).

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Issue 27 Contents

Issue 27 is jam-packed with a lot of content and contains the following feature articles:

Roll ‘Em – An article giving you options around checking for random encounters.

All Dice Under The Sun – A look at all the various ways you can roll to see what is encountered. Lots of different tables to use!

Random Monster Encounters – A closer look at the exploding die method of generating multiple encounter tables.

Wilderness Zone – Showcases a way you can make your wilderness just as deadly as your dungeons by using zones.

2D6 Tables – A deep dive into using 2D6 for encounter tables.

An Interview – with Jon from Tale of the Manticore podcast.

New Monster – You monster of the month is the Thud: an ever-ravenous, hairy, potato-shaped underground-dwelling humanoids who act only to fill their bellies.

I Search the Body – Treasure tables from the creature’s perspective.

And much more! 


Artists include: Cover art by Dean Spencer. Interior art by MacTeg, Dean Spenser, and by AlexTheMapMaker

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