On a Locks & Keys PDF

I don't even like you all this much, but I did it anyway!

Thankless I say!

PDF, with NOT ONLY the rules and roll all the dice tables for both keys and locks, but also two new tables that allow you to generate locks using the spatial relationship of the dice, a roll on the table, um, table.

Can be found here. Get it while it's hot.

Locks and Keys.pdf

12 comments:

  1. 63 downloads, not 1 comment.

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  2. I downloaded it too. Haven't had a chance to use it yet, but I will.

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  3. It was not really clear that we were required to post a comment ;)
    Anyway, the handbook looks interesting and it will probably get used the next time I play :)
    Thanks for publishing it! :)

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  4. Thanks -C :)
    I'm grabbing the pdf and will check it out asap.

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  5. I have just discovered your blog and am going to download all kinds of stuff from you without shame because much of what you've put out is awesome.

    I have no idea how I would use this, but I love random ways of describing things I am in no way creative enough to make up on the spot, and this will add a wonderful level of confusion to my players.

    Actually, I know a bit how I'd use it. Just a tool to add another level of description, rather than, "It's locked."

    Thanks!

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  6. This is a cool concept. It might be a little more "complete" than I'm looking for in most cases but great for those special locks...

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  7. I apologize for necromancing your post, but I wanted to say "thanks". I had considered asking if you had a pdf of the locks and keys info... and here it is! I just found your blog and have been going through it from the beginning - I honestly think it has the most gold per post of any rpg blog I've seen.

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    1. Thanks! Comments, as always, are welcome on any post at any time.

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  8. Comment: Doesn't the lock guessing game suffer from "hacker syndrome" in that it is a time consuming solo activity that the rest of the group doesn't participate in?

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    1. Not really? It lasts about 2 or 3 minutes and the rest of the group is reasonably invested in the outcome.

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