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Old January 24th, 2015, 09:45 PM
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Default Altering the World Creation Tables

I know many people have many different opinions on how the World Creation rolls are wrong-wrong-wrong and produce intolerably illogical results.

This thread is not about that.

This thread asks:

Have people jurry-rigged the tables in any way when rolling for the characteristics of a world (by putting caps on the die rolls, altering the DMs for the roll, or altering the results on the table itself.)

If so, what effect were you going for? What alterations did you make? How did it pan out?

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