- BZZZZZ - nothing more annoying than a goblin with a Vuvuzela. Here's a video, showing how this works wonderfully with even the most serious campaign.
- Whether you agree with the pro-goblin propaganda or not, giant siege slugs would be a fearsome thing to face.
- Scroll to the end of this post for... goblin pig balloonists!
Tuesday, 29 June 2010
As you might have noticed from my post here and my follow-up here, I like using goblins. Particularly Warhammer/Magic the Gathering-esque ones that use crazy techniques to attack the PCs. Apparently, some other people like them that way too, as I've found three nifty links to new ways for goblins to be deadly, silly, and annoying all at the same time:
Sunday, 27 June 2010
To break the fourth wall, roll + weird. On a 10+, you receive a genre-aware insight about the current situation and take +1 forward. On a 7-9, you receive an insight but expose yourself to writer anger.
To scan minds and influence people, roll + weird. On a 10+, hold 3. On a 7-9, hold 1. Spend one to ask a question from the read person list or compel one person to follow your instructions. If they're a leading character, they can choose not to follow but they mark experience if they do. If you read another psychic's mind, you experience psychic feedback. You take -1 ongoing and can't roll + weird until you shake it off.
To predict the future, roll + weird. On a 10+, you get a good insight into a future event. On a 7-9, you get an incorrect insight into a future event, but take +1 ongoing until you figure out you're wrong or cause it to become true.
To create haute cuisine, roll + weird. On a 10+, choose 3. On a 7-9, choose one.
- It isn't flammable or explosive.
- It actually tastes good.
- It isn't actively poisonous.
- It doesn't require special ingredients.