Thanks to the work of Logan Knight and several other incredibly competent heroes over on G+. I was able to bring you the results of the Street Kids of Ur-Hadad: Supplemental Hazards and Obstacles D11 Table. in a simple click of the link below!
Make city life harder!
I came up with a extra table to go with Edgar Johnson‘s wonderful Street Kids of Ur-Hadad funnel generator as seen in the Metal Gods of Ur-Hadad Zine #1. Since it’s Metal Gods, it is a D11 table!
The Street Kids of Ur-Hadad
Supplemental D11 Table.
Hazards and Obstacles
- A large sinkhole has opened in this area. Several houses and shops have collapsed into the depths. The sink hole is d100 feet deep and d100+100 feet wide.
- Bridge out ahead. The street crosses a bridge and it is either under construction or has collapsed. A 1d30 foot span is missing from the center.
- Dead end. A greedy landowner has illegally built a building across what was once a through street.
- Riot Barricade. A large pile of refuse, broken furniture repurposed doors and fences and all sorts of rubbish has been mounded up here during a time of unrest, it is 1d20+10 feet tall and as wide as the street.
- A hasty clapboard fence has been constructed here to block passage. Peeling wheat paste posters stuck to its surface declare this are a “Plague Quarantine Zone!”
- Fire! 1d4 nearby buildings are burning. Smoke fills the street and flames leap from roofs and windows. The ominous creak of failing support timbers can be heard over the roar of the flames.
- Flood! Murky swirling waters rush through the low areas of this street sweeping away assorted flotsam and the occasional goat. The water is 1d10 feet deep.
- Under Construction. The street surface has been removed and the earth below dug up into a confusing series of trenches and pits. Work materials litter the area and travel is difficult. Movement is reduced by half.
- Parade. A Religious or festive parade cross this thoroughfare. It is a long line of elaborate floats, musical ensembles, and costumed dancers. It seems to go on forever and breaking through it may have consequences. The parade takes 1d20 minutes to finish passing.
- Congestion. An over turned dung cart has caused quite a commotion ahead. A large and violently milling crowd blocks the way as angry horses rear up and stomp the ground. Men shout and wave their arms and all is chaos.
- Dignitaries. Some wealthy notables are passing through the area. Their guards, in fancy uniforms, have formed a cordon along their route, blocking all side streets, with a wall of unsmiling pikemen, as a gilded coach slowly rolls past.
See the Zine for instruction on how to roll a D11, Adam Muszkiewicz style.
The gentlemen I play Dungeon Crawl Classics with every Thursday evening via Google+ and myself have produced a zine. It is a collection of heavy metal themed house rules and adventure generators, etc. for the Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG. Adam Muszkiewicz and Edgar Johnson wrote the words, and I drew the pictures.
You can get it in print here.
Or get the PDF here.
I put a few things together this summer and just now am getting around to posting them here.
I got tired of looking at that Pringles can factory and I tore it down to the base. I built a whole new structure on top of it and I’ve been calling it the Bullet Factory or Bullet Manufactorum to be more 40k about it. The main structure is made from styrofoam packing pieces, cereal boxes, and some plumbing fittings. All the details are just found bits.
I primered the other pieces (the shanty stacks, the scrap yard, and the watering hole) while I was building the factory. I’m still musing over the fate of the big overpass road way in the back.
Next, I built a toxic chem swamp area with leaking tanks and perilous bridges. Made from water bottles, card board and not much else.
I also roughed up a simple vacant lot with fence because I didn’t want place to be so crowded. But I couldn’t leave it alone, so it’s now in the process of getting a watch tower.
I think these new areas will make for some interesting game play options.
I finally primered up the factory. I used the wrong kind of paint and it looked funny, to shiny, so I had to run to the store and get the right paint and redo it.
I hope to be able to get the air brush out and see how it does getting some real color on these pieces.
Next in the works is a small town center, a sort of commercial hub with a gun shop, meat shack, and an apothecary.
I’ve also started building an inquisitor band for INQ28 so this Necromunda terrain may feel the heavy tread of the Inquisition first.
Behold the mighty Gun Servitors of the Imperial Inquisition!
I’ve been noodling with this idea for a long time. This weekend in a flurry of kit bashing they came together. I’m pretty pleased with them. The one on the right has a heavy bolter and a chain fist, while the one on the left has a heavy flamer and a flail arm.
The ingredients list is as follows:
Main bodies are black orks, skeleton, zombie head, IG heavy bolter, Heavy flamer from a Defiler, purity seals and reliquaries from Grey Knights, the flails are from beastmen, some capacitors, IG flamer tanks, I think those Aquilas are Chimera radar dishes, plastic tube, plastic card, guitar string, and green stuff. Oh and a metal hose from a Killa kan and some parts cut off wargames foundry shock troopers weapons.