Monday, March 28, 2011

Mu-Pan - Encounter XVI

Had some homework to do with my daughter tonight (designing a Harry Potter game for school), so no Megacrawl today - hopefully tomorrow. In the meantime, enjoy another Mu-Pan encounter ...

1425. A pagoda has been constructed here from round, pearly stones that don't appear to be held together by any sort of mortar. The pagoda's roofs are made of a bronze-colored wood that shimmers in the daytime. Inside the pagoda there is a pit that burns with purple-black fire. The flames rise to about 10 feet, but flare when living creatures approach. At night, the pagoda gives off a glassy, purple glow to a distance of about 100 feet (double that when living creatures are nearby). At night, encounters with undead monstrosities occur on the roll of 1 on 1d6 made every hour. Use the following table to determine what dark pilgrim visits the pagoda.

Roll | Monster
1-2  | Zombies (1d6+6)
3-4  | Jikininki (1d3+3)
5-6  | Ghouls (1d3+1)
7     | Gashadokoru (1d3; see monsters)
8     | Kyonshi - Hopping Vampire (1d2)
9     | Shikki-Gaki (1)
10   | Jiki-Ketsu-Gaki (1)


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