Introduction Beleaguered game masters everywhere, rejoice. Being an avid fantasy game master for nearly 30 years, I sometimes take my active imagination for granted. Indeed, we gamers think these tables complement the original but this tome alone should be enough to help add flavor and detail to any game session you run. I usually work at my best when my imagination is lit by a spark…just a little something to get me going.
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The Ultimate Toolbox is perhaps too big. Indeed, as I continue to use it, I suspect there may be parts of it that I never use. This includes the names section.
One of the players has also looked over this section for naming purposes. The group has also looked over this section for adventuring group names. While they liked some of them like the Glorious Adventurers and the Lucky Knights, they are still unnamed at this moment.
Another one in use, which I suspect will see use many times, is the Taverns, Inns and Recreation. In this case, the Lazy Dog in the Dock Ward. The last table I used last session was in anticipation of our Halfling rogue hitting up some targets. The Ultimate Toolbox is a book that I will continue to use, in probably every game I run. It has tables for just about everything. For example, Chapter Two, World, has tables for various things like the shape of the world, constellations and other goods.
However, it also has various maps in hex form. Heck, look for sunken ships and earn some loot. The book is a serious godsend in that way.