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I'm looking for a random adventure/encounter generator for D&D 3.5e. It doesn't have to be particularly good or fleshed out, I intend to use it to generate ideas for one-off side- adventures - ideally it will let me spam a few adventure ideas in a short time, until one feeds my inspiration.

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marked as duplicate by doppelgreener, KRyan dnd-3.5e Jun 18 '15 at 14:10

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1 Has quite a few 4e resources. That, combined with the adventure seed should be able to give you a monster theme and seed name. But, as this is 4e, I don't feel it should be an answer. – Brian Ballsun-Stanton Feb 20 '11 at 11:40
Voting to close this as duplicate of the newer one. Not usually what I'd do, but considering we're making online tool recommendations, more recent is probably = more reliable. – doppelgreener Jun 18 '15 at 13:50
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I Think this donjon page would work for what you want, and if it doesn't, then one of the other generators on the site might.

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donjon's my favorite resource for this kind of thing. – Kyle Willey Mar 6 '12 at 5:37


Abulafia is a special kind of wiki - it's built to support the creation and use of random generators.

So, if one of the generators on this page - like the Fantasy Adventure Generator or the Fantasy Scenario Generator - doesn't do what you want, you can start crafting the generator that does do what you want. And because it, like StackExchange, is community-driven, you'll be helping others and maybe getting some contributions while you're at it.

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Here are a couple good ones:

For my purposes they didn't use enough resources I have something like 300 pdf resources and wanted to generate something that had roughly 25-40 creatures per table based off of % rolls without having to look through every single book I have for a campaign that is supposed to go up to around level 26-28, and I need to generate an entire world's encounters as I am trying to create a custom campaign setting for all of my campaigns. In all likelihood I will probably use one of the three I mentioned, I don't play in 4e so if anyone has an idea where I could generate the kind of table that I mentioned I would be grateful.

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