Wednesday, October 3, 2012

1d10 Logan's Run Random Encounter Table ~ For Your Old School Science Fantasy Campaign

1d10 Logan's Run Random Encounter Table
  1. A group of 1d10 runners moving across your party they are in total panic as they are pursued by a group of  five sandmen 2nd level fighters 
  2. A group of Sandmen 1d4 (2nd level fighters) looking for a runner. They are armed with flame pistols 1d4 points of damage 30 yard range 
  3. A group of 2 hit dice feral children juiced up on a designer drug. Will fight as Tucker's Kobolds 
  4. A lone wandering bewildered runner clutching his Lfie Clock in his hand. Simply crying & waiting for the Sandmen to show up 
  5. A group of  renegade Sandmen looking for a vicious runner/psycho killer they will stop at nothing to track him down. 
  6. A bewildered doctor & his nurse who have escaped from a ruined nearby citystate no one has heard of . 
  7. A large cybernetic droid & his party of adventurers who are looking for Sanctuary. The droid will be able to provide 1d8 metic tonnes of frozen food for a village or community. 
  8. An old sage who is well versed in the nearby ruins & will prove to be a font of  information on the hazards, legends, & treasures of the ruins. 3rd level sage able to read & write in the language of the ancients. 
  9. A strange teenage Sandman armed with a completely different gun from other Sandmen. He's determined, deadly, & completely lost. Some might say time lost. 
  10. An evil female runner, very beautiful but nasty and very dangerous armed with a dagger & stolen sandmen pistol. 4th level fighter & very capable. 
For more information on Logan's Run see Here  This is part of the backlog of posts & thought I'd throw up an old favorite of mine.
"Sometime in the 23rd Century... the survivors of war, overpopulation and pollution are living in a great domed city, sealed away from the forgotten world outside. Here, in an ecologically balanced world, mankind only lives for pleasure. freed by the servo-mechanisms which provide everything.
There's just one catch.
Life must end at thirty, unless reborn in the fiery ritual of carrousel."
You can also see an old favorite site of mine here that has a metric ton of information on the movie
Right Here

Now Run Runner! 

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