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Author Topic: Tables and Tools for a Bronze Age to Antiquity Sword & Sorcery Setting  (Read 67 times)

TimothyWestwind

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For the past couple of years I've been creating tables and tools for a setting based in Southeast Asia during the last Ice Age (I'm calling it Elephant Queens & Tiger Kings). While my particular preference is towards a "Bronze Age Sword & Sorcery" feel these resources can be used for a variety of settings.

My intention for this project was always to create resources that empower people to create their own setting. I don't want people to feel like they have to read pages and pages of history and lore to get involved. I want people to play to find out what happens and shape the world as they go.

Here's a selection of the resources I've created.


Answer 12 Questions to define your world. Useful for any pre-cataclysmic ancient world settings. Includes adventure seeds.

https://sundaland-rpg-setting.blogspot.com/2019/11/sundaland-workbook-what-does-your.html



Random Sundaland Culture Generator: For determining the features of ancient world cultures.

https://sundaland-rpg-setting.blogspot.com/2019/09/sundaland-culture-generator-tables.html



RPG Faction Generator: Priest castes, cults, secret organisations or city councils. Whatever you wish.

https://sundaland-rpg-setting.blogspot.com/2019/12/random-rpg-faction-generator.html



Cultural Flavour Tables: Discover the unique features of the cultures you encounter.

https://sundaland-rpg-setting.blogspot.com/2020/10/cultural-flavour-tables.html



City Generation: Create the features of the cities you visit.

https://sundaland-rpg-setting.blogspot.com/2019/12/city-generation-tables.html



Population of Cities, Towns, Villages: Determine the population by settlement distribution in your ancient land.

https://sundaland-rpg-setting.blogspot.com/2020/01/population-cities-town-and-villages-in.html



Tables of food staples, spices, precious metals, plant or fruits (Southeast Asia). What do you discover at the local market?

https://sundaland-rpg-setting.blogspot.com/2020/02/plant-animal-mineral-and-other.html



14 Adventure seeds that are appropriate to ancient worlds.

https://sundaland-rpg-setting.blogspot.com/2019/10/adventuring-in-sundaland-how-to-get.html
Sword & Sorcery in Southeast Asia during the last Ice Age: https://sundaland-rpg-setting.blogspot.com/ Lots of tools and resources to build your own setting.