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What are some interesting ways to structure a random encounter table? [closed]
The standard tables I've seen have been basic 'Wandering Monster' tables where you roll some dice in order to generate a random encounter. I'm sure many have taken this concept further, but I haven't ...
Aug 20 '10 at 3:42
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