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    Far too much time. But at least you spent it on awesome.

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    Great chart! I do find the <another roll of 3> a bit confusing though...

    Although I guess hand-made monster stats are better, you could make a random monster-ability chart for those too lazy :P
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    ... I am strongly tempted to write a computer program that will generate random enemies using this chart.

    You don't mind, do you?
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    Some one got a Lovecraftian Anti-Lovecraftian Monk (somehow). I'm here to prove it can be done.

    Column 1: Pseudonatural template.

    Column 2: Horror Hunter Prestige Class!

    Column 3: Duh.





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    "Here comes Azathoth, here comes Azathoth, right down Azathoth lane..."

    Sometimes, the horrors that lurk beyond the minds of even the most knowledgeable of sages are known to great heroes. Great unsung heroes, but they are heroes none the less. Sometimes the heroes collapse in on themselves, becoming husks of gibbering madness. Sometimes they just die, and in death suffer horrors thousands of times worse than if an Arch-Fiend got its unfettered paws on their soul. And sometimes, sometimes... they win. Sometimes, they win twice. And maybe, just maybe, somewhere out there, some glorious soul makes a living off of hunting these monstrosities.

    Becoming A Horror Hunter
    Horror Hunters are incredibly rare. After all, their prey is as elusive as it gets.

    ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
    Base Attack Bonus: +5
    Skills: Knowledge (The Planes) 8, Survival 4, Gather Information 8, Decipher Script 8
    Saves: Will Save +6
    Feats: Iron Will, Track
    Special: Must have faced a horror from the Far Planes and survived, and must have read a text detailing the horrors of the Far Planes in some manner.

    Class Skills
    The Horror Hunter's class skills are: Balance, Bluff, Climb, Craft (any), Decipher Script, Diplomacy, Disable Device, Disguise, Escape Artist, Forgery, Gather Information, Intimidate, Knowledge (Arcana, Architecture and Engineering, Dungeoneering, Geography, History, Religion, The Planes), Listen, Open Lock, Ride, Search, Sense Motive, Sleight of Hand, Speak Language, Spellcraft, Spot, Survival, Use Magic Device, Use Rope
    Skills Points at Each Level: 8 + int

    Hit Dice: d6

    {table=head]Level|Base Attack Bonus|Fort Save|Ref Save|Will Save|Special

    1st|
    +0
    |
    +2
    |
    +0
    |
    +2
    | Mind Like A Vice

    2nd|
    +1
    |
    +3
    |
    +0
    |
    +3
    | Play By Our Rules

    3rd|
    +2
    |
    +3
    |
    +1
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    +3
    | I Cannot Destroy You, But

    4th|
    +3
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    +4
    |
    +1
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    +4
    | Gibbering Begone

    5th|
    +3
    |
    +4
    |
    +1
    |
    +4
    | Begone From This Place

    [/table]

    Weapon Proficiencies:
    A Horror Hunter gains no new armour or weapon proficiencies.

    Mind Like A Vice
    The Horror Hunter cannot hunt his quarry without being observative and intelligent enough to predict the most unpredictable actions. The Horror Hunter may roll two dice when ever asked for a spot, search, or decipher script check and take the higher. Additionally, he may 'take ten' on will saves a number of times per day equal to his wisdom modifier. This is an extraordinary ability.

    Play By Our Rules
    Any aberration of outsider from the Far Planes within 15' of the Horror Hunter cannot use any Spell Like Abilities unless it has gotten them from class levels (a warlock, for example). Any insight or profane bonuses are lost. This is a Supernatural ability that can be suppressed as a free action.

    I Cannot Destroy You, But
    If the Horror Hunter attacks or casts a spell that is reduced by damage reduction, resistances, or immunities, the target takes subdual damage equal to that which was blocked. If it is immune to subdual damage, it must instead make a will save (DC = damage that would have been dealt + any damage that was dealt by the Horror Hunter in the same attack) or be banished back to its native plane. Additionally, a Horror Hunter gains a +5 bonus to spell penetration rolls. These two abilities only works against outsiders from the Far Planes, and is a supernatural ability. This ability applies to any equipment the Horror Hunter is using - if it steers a boat into a giant horror's head, for example, or if it throws an alchemist's fire at a horror immune to fire.

    Gibbering Begone
    The Horror Hunter is immune to wisdom drain and wisdom damage. Additionally, any other statistic damage or drain against him is halved (round up). Lastly, he also grants this ability to any allies who are not an outsider from the Far Planes or an aberration within 5' * cha mod (if he has a cha of 0, he does not exude this aura).

    Begone From This Place
    Any aberration or outsider from the Far Planes within 5 * cha mod (min 5) of the Horror Hunter loses access to all of its supernatural qualities. Additionally, if it was an outsider from the Far Planes, the Horror Hunter gains a free attempt to banish it.

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    I think this is how Grant Morrison generated ideas for his run on Doom Patrol. "Sentient Crossdressing Street" would fit right in.

    Well done!
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    hmmm intresting results...

    acid-blooded filth(y?) communists. (i think, im tired sorry)

    and rather strangely a

    plauge-ridden paper skelington trapped in a suit of flesh.

    ive seen better come up for other people but, this generator is still gold, i think i might use some of these in the game im running

    EDIT:hmmm news just in;

    amusingly acident prone baby jesus...........

    i think you could take any of the second table instead of "baby" and it would still be funny
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    Poorly Drawn
    This template can be applied to any corporeal creature except an ooze.

    Miss chance: Any attack against this creature has a 20% miss chance for hitting some color outside the lines instead of the creature itself. This stacks with cover, but not blur or similar spells.

    Jaunt: 3/day, the creature may teleport up to 15 feet as a free action. This is not actual teleportation, but revealing to have been in the other place all along with bad perspective.

    Not discernible: the creature has no discernible anatomy (or discernible anything else) and is therefore immune to critical hits and precision damage.

    CR +1
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    May I incorporate this in to my random monster generator?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SweetRein View Post
    May I incorporate this in to my random monster generator?
    I don't know. Can I get some more info?


    (As you can see) I've sunk a lot of effort into this and I think it's fairly self-contained. I'm a little leery to throw permission away without a clue. I'm sure you understand.

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    You are missing a 122 and 225 from the first column.

    You have two 256s, and 257s in column two.

    and you have two 11s in the third column.

    also (having received permission via PM):

    My monster generator will now generate random monster names using this table.

    It will not retain the name if you use 'Generate Monster', however. I will alter that later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SweetRein View Post
    You are missing a 122 and 225 from the first column.

    You have two 256s, and 257s in column two.

    and you have two 11s in the third column.
    Oh gosh darn it. I did all the organizational work by hand and I appear to have screwed up some how.


    Well, time to fix it. (Obviously 2 from C1 fell into C2 somehow, now I get to go back and figure out which ones. And then start a long string of deleting and retyping numbers. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSED View Post
    Oh gosh darn it. I did all the organizational work by hand and I appear to have screwed up some how.


    Well, time to fix it. (Obviously 2 from C1 fell into C2 somehow, now I get to go back and figure out which ones. And then start a long string of deleting and retyping numbers. )
    I would recommend viewing the lists in a program that produces the row numbers itself. Which is how I noticed (the program I code in).
    Notepad++ for example.

    Oh, not to mention, regular expression replacement (which would let you quickly delete all numbers).
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    Notepad does do it, I just don't pay attention. Kind of preoccupied, you know?


    Anyways, found them. Schrodinger's. Just doesn't work in the second column (an adjective before it makes it seem awkward and cumbersome, for the most part. There are always exceptions). The other is Precariously Effeminate, I think, but I am looking at the list harder until I'm sure...


    EDIT:: Yep, looks like. It's what I'm doing to my master copy, shortly followed by a that-copy.

    EDIT2:: To be clear, I'm not upgrading for senseless stubborn fear of change. Next time I want to work on this list (ie, expand it to 400. I know I will some day, it's just a few months / years off) I'll probably look into it.
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    Chalky Celebratory Tooth - ...?

    Drugged Psychic Lawyer - Scary.

    Ketchup-Covered Disproportionately Strong Biochemist

    Imaginary Hygenic Snotlings

    Zealous Uncoordinated Fire made of AIDS - ?!
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    Hygenic Snotlings definitely must be imaginary.

    Sexily Androgynous Philosopher. Sounds like an anime character.
    Flesh-frozen Particularly hairy Clown. What's this, Psychonauts?
    Female Ultra Goldfish (in a fish bowl). Earthbound.
    Uninterestingly Soup, Cream of Medusa. Now that's just bizarre.
    Peon-crushing Laptop-carrying Roach. I was halfway expecting "WoW Player" here.
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    Another useful template, I think:


    Imaginary

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    Imaginary creatures can be anything to anything. They are testaments to the strength of belief. Feeding off of perceptions, they can quickly overwhelm a party that should have easily bested it. Likewise, a knowledgeable person with no actual chance of defeating its real-world reflection could destroy legions of them.

    It is for this reason that they are relatively rare, and often avoid others of their own kind.

    Size and Type
    The base creature's size and type are not changed, except if the template was applied to an animal. It then becomes a Magical Beast.

    Hit Dice
    Do not change. For the most part.

    Special Qualities

    Figment of Your Imagination (Su) :
    The imaginary creature is based heavily off of perceptions of it. All of the following abilities only work when consciously observed by sentient creatures. Whenever it exceeds the DC of any given check by 5 or more (or the DC of an ability exceeds the target's saving throw by 5 or more points), it gains a permanent +2 bonus to the check in question. This bonus is cumulative.
    Whenever one of its defenses repel an attack (an opponent missing its AC by 5 or more points, a spell penetration failing to beat spell resistance or damage resistance by 5 or more points, etc.) it gains a +2 bonus to that quality. Whenever damage reduction completely negates an attack, that damage reduction increases by 2 points. Whenever fast healing or regeneration return it to maximum hit points, the respective trait increases by 1 point.
    Whenever it deals 10% or more of a target's health in a single blow, it gains a +1 bonus to that form of damage. Multiple percentages stack, so dealing 30% of a creature's hit points in one blow equals a +3 bonus to damage. Unlike the other forms, this only applies if the target had at least 3/4 the HD of the imaginary creature.
    Whenever an imaginary creature dispatches a seemingly powerful foe (such as the biggest ogre in the tribe or the party's powerful sorcerer, it gains a hit dice.
    Likewise, the opposite applies. Failing a check by 5 or more points results in a permanent -2 penalty. Having damage reduction, resistances, or spell resistance overcome by 5 or more points results in it diminishing by 2 points (minimum 1). A creature making a saving throw by 5 or more points results in a permanent -2 penalty to the DC of the ability. Dealing an insufficient amount of damage to overcome damage reduction or that removes less than 5% of the target's health results in a -2 penalty to damage. An attack roll exceeding its armour class by 5 points or more reduces it by 2, and taking an obvious blow or setback (like the fighter punching out its teeth right before it bites his head off) causes it to lose a hit dice. So on and so forth.
    These changes are permanent and can only be reversed by having the opposite happen. Not even a wish can restore a badly beaten imaginary creature to its former glory.


    Unbelievable (Su) :
    A successful knowledge (Arcana) check (DC 5 + HD) will reveal it for what it is - an imaginary creature. After this, you can inform any one who cares to listen (though that may take some convincing). Any one can make a wisdom check to disbelieve the creature (DC 10 + 1/2 of the imaginary creature's HD). If successful, the imaginary creature takes 1d4 points of constitution damage per point of charisma modifier (minimum 1d4). If the creature does not have a constitution score it instead takes 1 point of damage per hit dice both the target and the unbeliever has (added together). This point of damage can only be healed at the rate of 1 per day or relevant spells of sixth level or higher (harm for undead, for example, or creation spells for constructs).
    Other things can be affected too, assuming it does something suitably impressive or mockable. Be it the speed from chasing down the PC to the flight's maneuverability category to the creature's size rating, imaginary creatures rely heavily on the power of perception to fuel their agendas.




    CR: Base creature +3, +6 if capable of casting illusion spells
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    Entirely Faked Blasphemous Musicians

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    Druid-angering Robot Land-Squid.

    The messed up thing is, I can easily see this one fitting into most campaigns... awesome list, man!

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    Gravy coated Hideous Amalgamation of Really, really, REALLY Unicorn-Mounted Monk and Mediocrely Celestial Dadaist

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    Existentialist Lycanthropic Gingerbread Man.

    Well, I wouldn't blame most Gingerbread Men for being existentialist. But lycanthropic is certainly a new twist. When the full moon comes, his victims turn into ginger snaps?
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    Nah, a gingerbread wolf.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ascension View Post
    Gravy coated Hideous Amalgamation of Really, really, REALLY Unicorn-Mounted Monk and Mediocrely Celestial Dadaist

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    ...


    You know that "Hideous Amalgamation of <3> and <another 3>" means "don't add columns 1 and 2", right?


    Just checking.

    Also: monk / dadaist would be an interesting character.

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    Irradiated Embarrassingly weak Anthropomorphic Avatar of a portion of reality (time, death, etc.)

    Napping Noisy Tree

    rain of baby house stomping T-rex
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    Quote Originally Posted by DracoDei View Post
    Irradiated Embarrassingly weak Anthropomorphic Avatar of a portion of reality (time, death, etc.)
    Sounds like Discworld.

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    Erotically Inclined Chocolate Tree *snicker*
    Incessently Whining Pyrokinetic Kitten
    Thunderously Diabetic Victim of Spontaneous Combustion
    Rastafarian Breakdancing Sentient Cloud of Gas
    Mouth-Breathing Tangibly Emo House-stomping T-Rex
    Serial Killing Man-eating Telemarketer
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    Guess who just made the Greatest Encounter Chart Ever even greater?

    Did you guess TSED?

    Well, you guessed right! *Statement null and void if you did not guess TSED.


    A bunch of new things, and some of the more awkwardly worded ones have been clarified or reworded to be more awesome. Enjoy.

    Also, persons using this chart, please keep in mind it can't automatically pluralize for you. Don't forget your (correctly positioned) S's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tengu_temp View Post
    Sounds like Discworld.
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    Maybe in a week or two, sure...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TSED View Post
    You know that "Hideous Amalgamation of <3> and <another 3>" means "don't add columns 1 and 2", right?


    Just checking.

    Also: monk / dadaist would be an interesting character.
    My answer comes a bit late, but that one was created by SweetRein's automatic generator, so it is what doesn't know to add another column one and two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ascension View Post
    My answer comes a bit late, but that one was created by SweetRein's automatic generator, so it is what doesn't know to add another column one and two.
    Oh, well. Uh. Crazy.



    So I found a program - nBos - and made my GRECE automated with that. If any one else has it (or gets it) let me know and I can send you the file. Alternately, I could copy paste the code for it in a spoiler and you just open notepad, paste, and rename the .txt to a .ipt.


    Some highlights included "Subepic Inadequate-Feeling Elder Evil", "Promiscuous Revolutionary Snotlings", "Gothic Theatrical Latrine Bacteria", "Headbanging Sado-masochist themed Babysitter", "Heavily Armed War Sammiches", "Tofu-Flavoured Golem Composed of Tiny Little Successful Suicide Attempts", "Schrodinger's Crossdresser", "Tea-Sipping Shotgun Renaissance Artist", and more!

    Man, I love this thing.

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    Yeah. I fixed that just after Ascension made the post.

    So, a revision of my generator is at hand then?
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