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In worlds with dinosaurs, why limit mount possibilities to horses? But don’t just have a copy/paste dinosaur. Give it some personality, qualities, and flaws unique to it.
This provides ten personality traits, physical distinctions, penalties, and bonuses that you can apply to a dinosaur. Each of the ten physical distinctions, penalties, and bonuses corresponds with the same number on each list, though you can mix them up if you wish. You can roll 1d10, apply the personality trait of the number rolled, then roll 3d10 and apply the features from each list. Alternatively, you can roll 1d10 for each list, giving you a random choice for each.
The mechanics are based on Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition, but can easily be adapted to other systems. Suggested dinosaurs: allosaurus, ankylosaurus, deinonychus, hadrosaurus, stegosaurus, & triceratops. Continue reading “More Than Scaled [or Feathered] Motorcycles: Unique Dinosaur Mounts. [Steal][My][Idea]”
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In worlds brimming with impossible creatures, why only use horses for mounts? The range of available mounts stops only at your willingness to find and train them.
If you want to add some personality or quirks to each creature, swing by Steal [Our] Idea: More Than Hairy Motorcycles: Horse Breeds, Personality Traits, Visual Distinctions, and How They all Matter
While you can easily adapt for other systems, they are designed for Dungeons and Dragons 5e.
It could happen for any number of reasons. The party wants to take a day off. They decide it’s better to leave in the morning. Someone gets completely sloshed and has to sleep it off.
Whatever the reason, your left there sweating behind your DM screen because the party want to spend a fun evening in, and you need to provide an interesting location for them.
So when that happens, here’s three taverns you can use in a pinch. Continue reading “Inn a Pinch: Three Unique Taverns When You’re in Need – Steal My Idea”