Here we are looking at pdf and book titles for Horror on Drive Thru RPG.
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Titles with random tables for all types of horror, modern to fantasy.
Horror adventures cover stories of urban fantasy with vampire, investigators of Call of Cthulu, adventurers caught in dark realms such as Ravenloft and classics such as full moons, the evil that comes at night and cheesy horror films.
There is also a Generators Guide for Horror.
Some PDFs are much larger and comprehensive.
- Grinning Skull has a Horror Mega-bundle with lots of d100 titles
- From Chaos Factory Books there is the Teratogenicon, a tome for generating dark fantasy monsters. And Dark Fantasy Everything Bundle full of dark fantasy goodies.
- Ken Wickham has something different with Grammar Fuel: Horror Genre and Subgenres, giving 42 d100 lists of nouns, adjectives and adverbs for horror.
- The Dread Thingonomicon from Raging Swan Press is a collection of 400+ pages of fantasy dread-themed lists.
Free and Pay What You Want Options
If you like pdfs and random tables then there are some options. And where you find one you might find more...
- Pink Dice Bag Publishing gives us of 100 Dark and Spooky Names,
- Never Engine has 100 Spooky Yet Mundane Dungeon Encounters
- d100 Mundane Items (for Mörk Borg) from Petersender with 100 dark fantasy items. Plus lots of clues for other Mork Borg PWYW titles.
To find more related titles by a particular publisher the "Customers Who Bought This Title also Purchased" bar at the bottom of product description is useful.
- 100 Superstitions for a Fantasy Setting and 100 Creepy Things and Events to Find in a Spooky House from Azukail Games
- Chaos Factory Books has Dark Fantasy Characters and 100 Magic Weapons (Dark Fantasy) along with many other dark fantasy titles.
- Yaruki Zero Games has Ewen's Tables - Horror Stuff, a collection of d66 tables.
- 100 Cursed Places for all Horror RPGs from Grinning Skull Design Studios.
- The Haunting of Home by Ken Wickham has an early 1900s home with tables for sounds, smells, sights and other clues within.
Ravenloft and D&D
D&D has a different slant on horror, and Curse of Strahd and Ravenloft are popular settings.
- For random tables in pdf format there is a (PWYW) DM's Guild collection of extra encounters for curse of Strahd
- Next are a series of random tables for gothic horror - Ravenloft Tables
- Finally I have a few spooky titles including Spooky Encounter Tables and Spooky One-Shot Adventures
- Never Engine has the Pay What You Want Weird Shit Generator (Fantasy)
- The Book of Random Tables: 1920s-1930s from dicegeeks isn't really horror based, but many Cthulu games take place in that period...
- The Cthulu Alphabet from Goodman Games is a collection of random tables done by letters of the alphabet
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