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I wanted to do something similar (but for fantasy settings) so I came up with a Tavern generator after reading online about PCG. Some time later I added a City generator based on the same principle. I don't dedicate much time to these tools, so "rough on the edges" is an understatement. But I also maintain a list of other people's tools. Apparently the ones ...


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You could construct a table for yourself that had some basic categories of the types of things poeple might find, like: food clothing weapons tools transporation found nothing Weight the values to the relative scarcities you want, and roll on the table when they scrounge. A second roll could be used to see how or how good their find is. Or, you could ...


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Ahh, Shadowrun, there's a bunch of fun memories. Thanks for the reminder! I probably miss your finer points, but could you please explain what donjon doesn't do for you? It does do random generation (at the press of a button), and you can configure and style it for what might be a floor plan of a shopping mall or office block, so it must be something else. ...


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I highly recommend a Windows software called HomePlanPro. It's very detailed and produces high-quality CAD floor plans that reflect real-world modern buildings of all types from homes (its primary use-case) to larger more industrially oriented sites. In between my sophomore and junior years of university, I interned with a local family-owned and operated ...


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I'm gonna go on a little bit of a stretch and suggest Frozen Synapse. Primarily, it's a game. A skirmish simulator. It's about fast paced, close quarter battles in inside environments. And it generates said environments procedurally. It would probably take a little creativity to extract the maps from a game, but said maps are probably ideal for your ...



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