Here’s a thing I made.

Here’s a thing I made.

Here’s a thing I made. Tags of Death:32 location tags for Dungeon World. They’re keyed to the monster settings (4 tags per setting) with a randomizer table and some procedures for mapping them to your campaign. I’m using these now with my current DW campaign. They pretty much mapped straight onto the map I already had.

Enjoy! Feedback appreciated.

15 thoughts on “Here’s a thing I made.”

  1. If they’re full sized cards they can have the description on the card.  If they’re the little half-sized Fantasy Flight Games cards, they’re only a bit bigger than a raddish and you could just lay them out on the table… (or trace around them on a sheet of paper)

  2. Instead of flipping a coin a bunch of times, I rolled a bunch of small dice on the paper, and then used the number rolled to roughly determine how big the patch should be.  The result was interesting, though I’m not sure if I’m going to be able to actually use it. 

  3. That’s an interesting idea. I definitely like the idea of the patches being different sizes (and maybe shapes too), but I haven’t tried out any different ways of including that in the mechanics. Let us know how it works out!

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