Friday, August 6, 2010

The Damager

Just discovered this on Chaotic Shiny - a cool little program that generates descriptions of damage taken in games. You simply type in the damage dice and the general type of weapon (slashing, piercing or bludgeoning) and the applicable pronoun, and it does the rest. A sample ...

Mace 1d6, bludgeoning damage)
- You slam its upper leg. (1 damage)
- You ruin its ankle with an elaborate move. (6 damage)
- You slam its neck. (3 damage)
- You bash its upper arm. (3 damage)
- You bash its body. (2 damage)

Lance 1d8, piercing damage)
- You jab her body. (4 damage)
- You gore her torso with a fountain of blood. (6 damage)
- You pierce her shoulder. (2 damage)
- You gore her upper arm with an acrobatic move. (6 damage)
- You strike her forearm in a move that will surely leave a scar and a deadly blow. (8 damage)

Pole Arm 1d10, slashing damage)
- You chop his shoulder (5 damage)
- You chop his lower leg (6 damage)
- You gash his foot with astonishing force and a jet of blood (9 damage)
- You gash his forearm with gouts of blood (9 damage)
- You chop his forearm (5 damage)

And I defy you to beat the price!


  1. Glad you like the Damager! I had a lot of fun making it.

  2. Big fan of all your generators - I've gotten much use out of them.


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