Deep within the black gulfs of space are things that are unexpected and rarely seen by adventurers or mankind. There weird and strange atavistic lifeforms that rarely see another sentient presence let alone mankind. Here's a table of random encounters with some of the more unusual and unexpected of these visitors some are outside our normal space time continuum.
1d10 Random Unexpected Life Forms Encounter Table
- A crackling ball of blue green plasma actually a fellow explorer from beyond the sphere of our normal experience. 2nd level fighter and capable of delivering dangerous jolt for 2d6 points of damage.
- Spinning energy vortex of alien radiation, not known if its alive even but causes cancer & mutational damage to targets.
- Weird gaseous life form actually the emanations of a god thing now gaining sentience and looking for purpose as well as food.
- The mental presence of a Great Race being witnessing history and karma. Very psychic and more then slightly dangerous.
- Spinning crystal being thing looking for experimental subjects to exercise its cosmic powers on and slaves to take back to its alien dimension.
- Strange explorer made from the dead souls of a million alien dead now looking to eat and swallow souls on this plane of existence.
- Elemental god thing looking to study the intricate machine life forms of this time space continuum despite the flesh bags of water that get in the way. Attacks with a 3d6 electromagnetic pulse attack.
- Whirling gas thing from a nearby gas giant looking for a possible escapee from his civilization. Carries a wide array of sanity cracking formulas that it can telepathically attack with.
- A greater truth thought form of the universe looking to implant itself and reproduce within the minds and hearts of lower life forms.
- The thought dream self of a higher register of a star spawn of Cthulhu. Very dangerous and hungry.
Love it! And glad to see you're still putting stuff out, undaunted. ;-)ReplyDelete
Onward and outward into space we go! More coming up! Very soon.ReplyDelete