Content of the article: "Help Reddit, Need creative input"
So I'm designing a trap dungeon room and would love some help from the power of Reddit. The information the players seek is found someplace in a wizard's library, time isn't a pressure and they can read at their leisure (int roll, with a success meaning the book was read and one book/day) I was thinking of using library card stock, the title of the book and description, with the help from ya'll. I'm thinking if I could get about 100-150 solid book names and descriptions would give me enough variety to keep the trap chance to about 10% (the outcome on 1d10) forcing the players to have to return over and over looking for clues to the treasure.
If it helps all of my players will be thieves, breaking into an abandoned ruin, looking for a wizard's spell book. I'm writing a magical puzzle/trap dungeon that is the tower, think Metro Prime but without the combat, or even Zelda like puzzles with illusions sometimes fireworks or hidden rooms.
I'm looking for some mundane, some comical, it could even be cannon to your homebrew,
It could be mildly magical, or downright deadly trap (book mimic, exploding rune, even a soul stealing necronomicon)
so far ive gathered a few pop culture references
Hurricane Irene: Nightmare from Above
storm surges rage and wind, rain bellows from pages, quickly drenching a fellow
if the player references the Addams family movie I award them experience
Raiders of the Lost Ark ; or The Incredible Melting Nazi
A book of hatred and visceral, the words from the page poison your mind
Your player is turned evil, madness grips you as flesh is carved, a rune of darkness. Your face melts, your head explodes
The Works of the Most Reverend Dr. John Tillotson, Volume 4
"A large black and silver volume caught his eye. He pulled it out with difficulty, because it was very heavy, and, balancing it on his knee, let it fall open. A piercing, bloodcurdling shriek split the silence — the book was screaming! Harry snapped it shut, but the shriek went on and on, one high, unbroken, earsplitting note."
My gf suggested the screaming book from Harry potter
- Help/ Need creative input for Wizard Tower
- One of my players is evil and I don’t know what to do
- as a DM, am i a bad player?
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