Thursday, September 29, 2022

What have I been up to?

 I've been refining my programming skills lately. I've posted some of the random list generation recently. I've been working on different methods for dungeon generation.


Cave generation using bumpy line paths:



Binary Space Partioned Dungeon:
oops.... the cave is peeking out.


I've been making crude little demo games with these two methods and hope to have them developed enough to share in the not too distant future.  More importantly I'll be using the generators to churn out maps for tabletop RPG play. 




Monday, August 8, 2022

Gamma World Eats

Gamma World Eats

Stock the kitchens of Gamma World shelters, hovels, and roadside diners. (randonly generated)


 1. Boiled Fleshin eggs

  2. A freshly opened Cup of Mussel Pockets, surpirsingly tasty

  3. Boiled Ert Telden eggs

  4. Salad of Dried Kep Pulp and Crep Plant Leaves

  5. A piping hot bowl of Centisteed and Narl Ep Pulp Chowder

  6. Salad of Narl Ep Seeds and Pineto Seeds

  7. Salad of Zeeth Seeds and Horl Choo Fronds

  8. Herkel slider with a melted slice of Rakox cheese on soggy bread

  9. A freshly opened Bottle of Soylent Chili, stale

 10. Scrambled eggs , Dried Zarn, 3 slices of CRAM, Horl Choo Mash, Fresh Kep Shoots and  a warm Flatbread

 11. Raviolli mixed with a Garlic sauce

 12. Poached eggs , Corned Terl, Narl Ep Porridge, Pickled Crep Plant Starch and  soggy Flatbread

 13. Terl burger with a melted slice of Brutorz cheese on a toasted bun

 14. A freshly opened Jar of Chom Chowder, has a chemical aftertaste

 15. Noodles served in a thin broth

 16. A freshly opened Cup of Clum Nectar, bland

 17. Seroon Lou Porridge

 18. A freshly opened Jar of Soy Leather, bland

 19. A warm cup of Parn and Pineto Pulp Stew

 20. A freshly opened Can of Fush Broth, has a chemical aftertaste

 21. Salad of Fermented Kep Roots and Zeeth Leaves

 22. Some Cheez Wafers, it smells a bit off but tastes fine

 23. A freshly opened Readi-Bowl of Melom Broth, has a chemical aftertaste

 24. Salad of Sun-dried Seroon Lou Shoots and Crep Plant Shoots

 25. Some Fush Flakes, bland

 26. Crep Plant Mush

 27. Salad of Fresh Pineto Fronds and Narl Ep Pulp

 28. A piping hot bowl of Crep Plant and Kep Pulp Goulash

 29. A warm cup of Arn and Zeeth Seeds Goulash

 30. Kai Lin Mash

 31. PlainNoodles and a bottle of ketchup

 32. Salad of Fresh Kai Lin Roots and Kai Lin Leaves

 33. Salad of Horl Choo Roots and Seroon Lou Shoots

 34. Shirred Arn eggs

 35. Salad of Pineto Seeds and Zeeth Pulp

 36. A freshly opened Bottle of Fruity Stew, it smells a bit off

 37. Salad of Fresh Crep Plant Fronds and Kep Fronds

 38. Ert burger with a melted slice of Hopper cheese on a toasted bun

 39. Scrambled Arn eggs

 40. Half a Insta-cup of Mashroom Dumplings, has a chemical aftertaste

 41. Basted Barl Nep eggs

 42. Poached eggs , Shredded Sep, 4 slices of CRAM, Kai Lin Mash, Seared Zeeth Roots and Muffin

 43. Salad of Seroon Lou Roots and Narl Ep Shoots

 44. Shredded Blight with some Green sauce on the side

 45. Spaghetti and Centisteed cheese

 46. A warm bowl of Spaghetti and Zeeth Fronds Chowder

 47. A freshly opened Insta-cup of Corn Water, it smells a bit off

 48. Salad of Dried Crep Plant Seeds and Pineto Roots

 49. Salad of Sun-dried Seroon Lou Roots and Narl Ep Shoots

 50. A freshly opened Packet of Berry Stew, it smells a bit off but tastes fine

 51. A tepid cup of Pineto and Seroon Lou Starch Soup

 52. Roasted Barl Nep in red-eyed gravy

 53. A warm cup of Ant and Kep Shoots Gumbo

 54. Salad of Seroon Lou Starch and Kep Leaves

 55. A freshly opened Pouch of Tatter Crisps, stale

 56. A freshly opened Readi-Bowl of Fush Wraps, stale

 57. Omelette of Cal Then eggs with Pineto Stalk

 58. A freshly opened Packet of Corn Wraps

 59. Salad of Dried Zeeth Roots and Horl Choo Leaves

 60. Some Prawn Curry, surpirsingly tasty

 61. Poached eggs , Roasted Sep, 3 slices of CRAM, Horl Choo Porridge, Seared Pineto Sprouts and  a warm Biscuit

 62. Salad of Fermented Kai Lin Fronds and Pineto Roots

 63. Salted Blight with some Cheese sauce on the side

 64. Some Pirk Pie, surpirsingly tasty

 65. A warm cup of Brutorz and Pineto Leaves Chowder

 66. Salad of Pickled Narl Ep Starch and Pineto Shoots

 67. Lasagna mixed with a Thin sauce

 68. A tepid cup of Pineto and Narl Ep Leaves Stew

 69. Half a Pouch of Beef Water, has a chemical aftertaste

 70. Scrambled eggs , Pickled Barl Nep, 3 slices of CRAM, Crep Plant Mush, Fermented Narl Ep Pulp and  a warm Muffin

 71. Half a Bottle of Baaf Crisps, stale

 72. A freshly opened Pouch of Melom Steak, has a chemical aftertaste

 73. Salad of Sun-dried Zeeth Roots and Horl Choo Pulp

 74. Salad of Sun-dried Pineto Stalk and Kep Roots

 75. Spaghetti served with a Tangy sauce and Brutorz cheese

 76. Salad of Dried Kai Lin Seeds and Kai Lin Shoots

 77. A warm cup of Dried Kai Lin Seeds and Horl Choo Fronds Soup

 78. A freshly opened Can of Prawn Jelly, stale

 79. Cured Hopper with some Creamy sauce on the side

 80. Boiled eggs , Roasted Terl, 2 slices of CRAM, Kep Mash, Sun-dried Zeeth Starch and  stale Muffin

 81. Salad of Pickled Horl Choo Starch and Crep Plant Stalk

 82. A freshly opened Lunch-Pack of Honey Pockets, bland

 83. Shredded Rat

 84. A warm cup of Ant and Zeeth Sprouts Gumbo

 85. Half a Can of Pork Cake, it smells a bit off

 86. A warm bowl of Horl Choo and Crep Plant Pulp Soup

 87. Pickled Brutorz with a thin sauce of drippings

 88. Spaghetti served with a Red sauce

 89. A warm cup of Spaghetti and Zeeth Fronds Soup

 90. Couscous and Hopper cheese

 91. A warm bowl of Kai Lin and Kai Lin Roots Broth

 92. Kep Porridge

 93. Scrambled eggs , Salted Fleshin, 3 slices of CRAM, Horl Choo Mash, Blanched Horl Choo Sprouts and Biscuit

 94. Salad of Kai Lin Pulp and Zeeth Shoots

 95. Zeeth Porridge

 96. Plain Raviolli

 97. A freshly opened Box of Oat Wafers

 98. Pickled Ant eggs

 99. A freshly opened Pouch of Tarkey Tubes, has a chemical aftertaste

100. Horl Choo burger on toasted bread


Sunday, August 7, 2022

Post-Apocalyptic Packaged Foodshop Finds

 1d100 Packaged Food Finds for Post-apocalyptic scavengers


 1. Greasy "Green Plate" Mussel Broth, Super-sized Bowl

  2. Squished Natural-style Cheez Steak, Super Portion Tub "Corporate Recomended"

  3. Swollen "Value Valley" Krilla Muffin, Snack Size Bottle "Robot Award Winning"

  4. Squished "Amalgamated Food Multinational Cubboard" Artifical Fruity Cubes, Banquet Portioned Pouch

  5. Moldy "WorldCo Banquet" Mackrel Chili, Economy Portion Tube "Bachelor Inspected"

  6. Mangled "Market Hearth" Vegamax Sausage, Meal-sized

  7. Loose "Shoppers Plate" Low Sodium Berry Steak, Banquet Size Bag "Paternal Unit Authorized"

  8. Dry "Pharma-Grill" Tatter Stew Tin "Teen Inspected"

  9. Stale "Shoppers Family" Chucken Borritos, Lunch Portioned Cup "Corporate's Favorite"

 10. Dented "Amalgamated Food Multinational Bakery" Artifical Crob Pie, Sharing-sized Box "Robot Authorized"

 11. "Quik-Range" Naturally Flavored Krilla Pockets, Lunch Portioned Bottle

 12. Mangled "Value Cubboard" New Flavor Krilla Stew, Banquet Portioned Cup

 13. Dry "Quik-Cook" Loobster, Meal-sized Jar

 14. Mangled Chucken Spread, Dinner Size

 15. Opened "PriceRite Platter" Fruity Butter Carton

 16. Natural-style Fruity Drink, Super Size Tube

 17. Mangled "Valu-Banquet" Nilla Tubes "Government Approved"

 18. "Holiday Ranch" Loobster Flakes, Maxi-sized

 19. Runny Vega Chili, Lunch Size

 20. Dented Fresh Packed Chucken Pie, Super-sized Bottle "Teen Authorized"

 21. Rotten "Shoppers Basket" Krilla Water Tin "Dad Inspected"

 22. Greasy "Holiday Feast" Lamb Sausage Tube "Auntie Recomended"

 23. Stale "Home Buffet" Choco Muffin, Maxi Size Tub

 24. Rotten Chucken Cake, Economy Size Bottle

 25. "WorldCo Ribbon" Shelf Stable Tatter Powder, Economy-sized Bag "Dad Certified"

 26. Crumbling "Quik-Meal" Vegamax, Snack-sized

 27. "Holiday Meal" Mackrel Cubes, Break Size Tub "Government Authorized"

 28. "FoodCo River" Diet Fush Paste, Super Portion Carton

 29. Dented "PriceRite Plate" Chicken Tubes Bowl "Auntie Award Winning"

 30. Loose Turkey Carton

 31. Loose "Healthy Prize" Fush Tubes, Large Portion Bowl

 32. Loose "Country Farm" Lomb, Sharing Portioned Jar "Clone Recomended"

 33. Crumbling "Green Spoon" Low Sodium Lamb Muffin Bottle "Government Award Winning"

 34. Greasy "Valu-Chef" Natural-style Tatter Steak, Break Portion Pouch "Bachelor Inspected"

 35. "Hearty Chef" Oat Loaf Box "Grandma Authorized"

 36. "Amalgamated Food Multinational Castle" Berry Curry, Fun Portion Carton

 37. Stale "Quik-Grill" Saftey-Sealed Loobster, Family Portion

 38. "Home Valley" Shelf Stable Wheati Stew Tub

 39. New Flavor Krilla Dumplings Pouch

 40. Rotten "Home Mother" Saftey-Sealed Lomb Stew

 41. Runny Naturally Flavored Chom Jelly, Squad-sized Bottle

 42. Loose "Quik-River" Tatter Sticks, Family Portioned Bowl "Baby Award Winning"

 43. "Market Cubboard" Chucken Borritos, Large-sized Bowl "Child Approved"

 44. Moldy "Hearty Family" Cheez Sauce, Fun Size Box "Teen Approved"

 45. "Discount Mountain" Vega Sticks Bowl

 46. "Shoppers Chef" Prawn Steak, Family Portion Pouch

 47. Oat Borritos, Lunch-sized Bottle

 48. "Country Family" Soylent Borritos, Economy Portioned Bag

 49. Moldy Krilla Mash, Lunch-sized Jar

 50. Flattened "Green Buffet" Artifical Fruity Flakes Packet

 51. Loose Loobster Spread, Maxi Portioned Carton

 52. Flattened Cheez Butter, Large Size Box

 53. Loose "Valu-Hearth" Vegamax Cubes, Large-sized "Senior Award Winning"

 54. Squished Chom Powder Bowl "Public Council's Choice"

 55. Loose Artifical Soylent Steak, Fun-sized Tube

 56. Dented Fruity Wafers, Squad Size Tube "Corporate Inspected"

 57. "WorldCo Pot" Mackrel Chews, Family Portion Cup

 58. Loose "PriceRite Bakery" Fortified Mussel Chews, Snack-sized

 59. "Amalgamated Food Multinational Plate" Low Sodium Clum Crackers Tin

 60. Crumbling New Flavor Beef Sauce, Large Size

 61. Swollen "Quik-Hen" Lomb Water Box

 62. Clum Granola, Banquet Size Tube

 63. Dented "Valu-Cubboard" Choco, Sharing-sized Box

 64. Opened "Value Buffet" Saftey-Sealed Soy, Break Size Box "Clone's Favorite"

 65. Greasy "Green Counter" Vega Chews, Large Portion Tin

 66. "Happy Cook" Diet Oat Wafers, Sharing Portioned Tin

 67. Crumbling "Shoppers Oven" Vegamax Syrup

 68. Squished "Discount Stove" Simulated Tarkey Pie, Break Portion

 69. Stale "Green Stove" Chicken Syrup, Fun Portioned Bottle "Bachelor's Choice"

 70. Runny "Quik-Castle" Vega, Family Portion Tin "Government Recomended"

 71. "Amalgamated Food Multinational Bakery" Prawn Cup "Teen's Like Them"

 72. Stale "Happy Meal" Soylent Borritos, Dinner Portioned

 73. "FoodCo Ranch" Oat Soup, Meal-sized Box "Clone's Like Them"

 74. Mangled "WorldCo Valley" Corn Nectar, Squad Size Bowl

 75. Mussel Crackers, Economy Portioned

 76. Stale "Super Feast" Saftey-Sealed Soy Nectar, Lunch Portion Pouch

 77. Loose "Super Chef" Mackrel Borritos, Family Portioned Carton

 78. "Value Grill" Fortified Nilla Pouch

 79. "Market Cook" Turkey Pie, Super-sized

 80. "Super Prize" Choco Stew, Banquet Portion Tube

 81. "Discount Cubboard" Tarkey Paste, Meal-sized Tub "Auntie Award Winning"

 82. Squished "FoodCo Oven" Diet Berry Flakes, Fun-sized Pouch "Doctor's Like Them"

 83. Stale "FoodCo Plate" Berry, Banquet Portioned Bag

 84. "Shoppers Ribbon" Shelf Stable Fush Wraps Bowl "Public Council Inspected"

 85. Swollen "Market Spoon" Naturally Flavored Potato Drink Packet

 86. Dry "Healthy Range" Artifical Mussel Tubes, Lunch Portioned Box "Safety Board Approved"

 87. "Amalgamated Food Multinational Pot" Oat Pockets, Maxi-sized Tube

 88. Crumbling "Hearty Basket" Mussel Borritos

 89. Mangled "Hearty Prize" Fortified Nilla Jelly Pouch

 90. Rotten "Valu-Valley" Cheez Sausage Jar

 91. "Discount Buffet" Simulated Oat Jerky, Squad Size Jar

 92. Loose "Super Meal" Lamb Butter Bag "Grandma Inspected"

 93. "Quik-Rooster" New Flavor Loobster Pie, Large Portion Tin

 94. Soy Stew "Clone Authorized"

 95. Dented Fortified Bean Drink, Sharing Portion Tube

 96. "Market Stove" Turkey Chews Carton "Government's Like Them"

 97. Simulated Chucken Cubes, Sharing-sized Carton "Government Certified"

 98. "Super Castle" Soylent Tubes Bag

 99. "Shoppers Valley" Chucken Bag

100. Squished Soylent Tube

Friday, July 15, 2022

Check out Vaults of Vaarn

Check this out:

Post-post-post apocalyptic adventures in the last age of the world. Be a true-kin, a cacogen (coolest name for mutants I ever read),newbeast, a synth, a mycomorph and more haunting a ruin strewn wasteland. Released as 3 zine sized publications by the author, there's a darn good SRD at the site, and a publisher is releasing a book with the materials in the first 3 zines in the near future. Stream-lined OS-rules akin to Knave. It's good stuff, take a look.


Thursday, June 30, 2022

Bwgs (re-skin, campaignification of goblinoids part I)

Bwgs

An outline on the characteristics and behavior of bwgs (boogs) more commonly known as goblinoids. Bwgs are classified in three broad categories and a related sub-class of goblin folk. The smaller among them are generally classified as goblins, with hobgolins and bugbears as larger types.

Goblins

Among the folk classified as goblins by men and their allies are a variety of humanoid folk ranging from 18"to 54" in height, generally thin of build with oversized hands, feet, and heads when compared to mankind. Goblins tend to have pointy ears but this is not a universal feature and while they can grow beards they are not widely known for this outside of select populations.


Gremkin - the least of the common bwgs a slight and simple folk more reactionary and more recklessly impulsive than purposefully malignant. They range from 18"to 30" in height and seldom if ever topping 1 stone in weight. They are surprisingly strong for their size but still not as capable as larger folk when it comes to muscle power. Their stealth is uncanny but despite claims to the contrary that is due to their size and habits above anything else.

Gremkin are able to identify and use goblindoors but lack the capacity to cipher any locks or wards that may be placed on them unless carefully instructed by other bwgs. Gremkin will use a combination of skirmishing and swarm tactics in combat but can generally only be compelled to swarm attacks if their lairs are directly threatened or they are forced by a strong overlord.

Gremkin are not talented craftsmen and probably wouldn't be able to work metals without others directing them in simple tasks. They do however have a natural knack when it comes to fungus farming and slime-herding (the later practice is still horribly dangerous for them).

Gremkin occasionally have individuals that identify as warriors or knights, but they have no true formal martial traditions among themselves and typically rely on a spontaneous levies drawn together as needed to defend themselves. While able to use bows or crossbows of appropriate size they are generally incapable of manufacturing them and tend to use pointy thrown weapons in ranged combat, due to their size they favor puncturing and slashing weapons in melee. Armored gremkins are fairly rare outside of the occasional wicker or pot-lid shield unless they are part of a larger (and wealthy) bwg community.

Gremkin are seldom magical practioners and those displaying magical talent are typically pretenders (possibly) making use of a magical item or were in some way altered by an external force or entity. As mentioned above their knack with fungus has enabled the most clever of them to come up with a variety of fungal unguents and concoctions that can almost be as capable as some of the weaker known magical potions.


Boglins- Lowly goblins that seldom form their own communities and only live briefly in loose bands when not among other bwgs. Typically between 24" to 36" in height and seldom over 2 stone in weight. Possibly the most colorful of bwg folk with a wide range of skin-tones all over the color spectrum with little obvious connection to heredity; their occasionally vibrant skin and hair colors can cause them to be victimized by other bwgs, hags, or trollkind as a source of pigments and colored fibers.

Boglins can be capable miners and crafters if carefully directed by the more capable among them or outsiders. Specialization of labor among boglins is relatively minor with only the occasional rare member of group having the talent and focus to work as a specialist.

Boglins are not particularly aggressive as part of their own nature but are easily manipulated by their more cunning kin that will often use drink and a wide variety of fungal and herbal concoctions to bribe and direct them. 

Boglins due tend to be fairly greedy and acquisition in favor quantity or gaudiness directs a lot of their activity and social interaction. They do understand the general concept of money but keeping track of the genuine value of metals and types of coins is beyond the typical boglin. This natural greed does lead to the popular concept that all goblins are greedy bandits and while unorganized bands of boglins will take up banditry now and again they are far more likely to spends weeks pilfering a villages food stores by drips and drabs than they are to launch an organized raid and attempt to do more than hijack a stray cartload of goods.

Most boglins lack the dedication and determination to become magcial practioners but it isn't completely unheard of for the occasional boglin to become a spellcaster of some meager talent. They seldom manufacture goblindoors but ciphers and wards on such seldom restrain them.

Boglins will sometimes be drawn up into a body of troops and some will even purposefully serve as mercaneries but they are not particualry potent combatants. Boglins favor ranged weapons over melee weapons and seldom have much in the way of armor due to their general low status in bwgholds.


Boggins are fairly common and militantly organized bwgs. They stand between 24" and 40" in height and vary from 3 to 5 stone in weight. Most wars betwen goblins and dwarves typically involve boggins. Boggins will often organize themeselves in militant bands, cadres, and entire legions in service of a heridtary king or usurper warlord.

Boggins are masterful miners and able to achieve engineering feats just shy of the more capable gnomes and dwarves; men that foolishly disregard their talents will not live long in assaulting their domains. Boggins are capable of engineerign goblindoors and will of course use them to create sprawling and confounding labyrinthian complexes. A bwghold can be spread out over a shockingly large distance and levels underground often seemingly discrete but connected through the goblin doors. Despite their talents boggins still have to rely on the work of boggarts or other more capable magical practioners to craft the more powerful ciphers and wards for their goblindoors.

Boggins can be capable crafters but are truly seldom as capable as men outside the field of structural engineering. Boggins have just discovered explosives and pyrotechnics however and this may either prove to provide them with uncanny advantage or to detonate their bwgholds in a blaze of glory.

Boggins can be individual spellcasters but they are known to be more capable as part of a troupe of magcial-henking boggins. Magical-henking allows even as few as 3 Boggins to work a magical spell. Large boggin forces will form huge multi-layered rings of wild dancers to work their magics and have been known to open gates and even bring down walls in this manner. This is not without risk to the troupe as the magical energies can exhaust them, turn them to stone, or burst in a magical explosion.


Boggarts- Sometimes known as High Goblins by dwarves and men these folks stand 36" to 54" in height and range in weight about 5 stone.

Boggarts are driven by ego but still tend to form more cohesive groups than most bwgs. They will typically organize into bafflingly complex feudal courts with overlapping hierarchies, duties, colleges, and guilds with dense zeal and organization beyond the wildest dreams of human bureaucrats. Many boggart kingdoms are in the midst of generations long feuds among royal-houses, guilds, or cults; when these feuds abate their neighbors often suffer from waves of marauding and conquest.=

Boggarts are as capable as dwarves when it comes to metalwork and readily make use of magic as well. Boggarts can fashion magical arms and armor only surpassed by the most competent of gnomes, elves, and trows. Men jealously raid them to steal their handiwork despite often being booby-trapped or hexed.

It's not impossible to encounter a boggart knight as they can be capable warriors if they focus on that but tend to press their weaker kin to the task or employ their larger cousins as mercenaries. 

Boggarts are the most likely of bwgs to grow long beards and tend to be misidentified by the ignorant as brownies, gnomes, dwarves, or even kobolds.


(hobgoblins and bug-a-bears to follow)


Tuesday, June 28, 2022

More nasty Mushrooms

 I admit it , I love myself some random tables and random generators. Here's 20 more fantasy fungus for your fantasy campaigns:


1 .     A grey quivering mass surrounded by a ring of tiny fanned cyan toadstools, these are a vital components in the production of orcish fire.

 2 .     A riot of curled fungus.

 3 .     Tiny gold crowned mushrooms; if disturbed by Humans it will emit a stench that repels all nearby, any Orcs foolish enough to eat these are transformed into a ochre jelly in about 3 minutes.

 4 .     A pulsating lapis mass ringed with green spikes.

 5 .     Tight pink cluster branching out to many indigo ridged bulbous caps.

 6 .     Oozing blue broad moss fungus, will transform into green slime if eaten (usually very lethal and a surprise to others).

 7 .     Violet carpet with indigo frilled cap; if disturbed by Elves it will emit a stench that repels all nearby.

 8 .     Ochre petal with lavender wide cap; Mammals are repelled by this fungus.

 9 .     Long beige stems with pad caps; Herbivores find them delicious when dried, cause apoplexy when eaten.

 10 .    A red fingers constantly sheds a miasma of white spores, causes crippling pain if eaten.

 11 .    Beige mushroom with rose pointy cap, elves use these to mark magical nexus points.

 12 .    Tangled veiny black moss with lurid blue caps; this fungus will turn invisible if disturbed by sound.

 13 .    Black mushroom with purple cup cap.

 14 .    Pink sponge with brass umbrella cap, if eaten the waste produced will be black pudding roughly half the time.

 15 .    This narrow lantern apricot fungus will glow if natural light is brought near it.

 16 .    Dense charcoal cluster branching out to many purple crinkly petal caps, produce a paralytic poison if eaten.

 17 .    Packed ivory cluster branching out to many ear-like warty caps, extremely poisonous if eaten.

 18 .    Black fluted toadstool shoot out brass nodules that split into spores; this fungus will explode into a cloud of spores if disturbed, cause hallucinations if eaten.

 19 .    A giant ant writhes here covered in a lavender brain-like fungus, cause muscle spasms if eaten.

 20 .    Black coral with yellow ridged cap, this fungus is infested with carrion crawler eggs that will grow in the victim's intestines and burst out in 2-7 days if eaten.


1d20 Fantasy Fungus

1d20 fantasy fungus that may be lurking in the dungeon depths.

 1 .     Scuttling violet ropey atop several saffron legs, violently toxic, alchemists know how to use them to produce an oil of stone to flesh.
 2 .     Cinnamon worm-like tendrils hang from a magenta mushroom cap, violently toxic, alchemists know how to use them to produce an oil of stone to flesh.
 3 .     Clean orange mushroom; this fungus will explode into a cloud of spores if disturbed.
 4 .     Lurid magenta tentacles snap out from beneath the bent mass yellow fungus, goblins know how to cook theses down to produce an orange dye.
 5 .     This puffball clear fungus sprays purple slime when disturbed, cause blindness if eaten.
 6 .     Black frail mushroom with blue cap, are mild poison if eaten.
 7 .     Tight clear cluster branching out to many indigo frilled petal caps; this fungus will turn invisible if disturbed by sound.
 8 .     Blue carpet with pastel cap; this fugus will emit a dull taupe glow if Moon-Elves are nearby, burns skin on contact.
 9 .     Dense clear cluster branching out to many green fanned disc caps.
 10 .    A rat corpse split open with a purple spiked growth protruding from the mess; reeks to Giants and they avoid it.
 11 .    Fragile tan tentacles that collapses into a bubbling blue puddle when disturbed; has a fragrance that attracts Ogres from 90'away.
 12 .    Charcoal stems topped with black eyeball caps sprout from a amber mass; this fungus will turn invisible if disturbed by light, will transform into green slime if consumed (usually very lethal and a surprise to others).
 13 .    Rusty suit of armor covered in bent phallic saffron fungus; smells alluring to Ogres when close by, if the spores are inhaled the victim will suffer madness for the next hour or two.
 14 .    Taupe mushroom with lavender beaded cap; this fungus will explode into a cloud of spores if disturbed.
 15 .    A raspy amber tongue cleans the area beneath this lurid purple mushroom; this fungus will turn invisible if disturbed by sound.
 16 .    An intermingled growth of clear coral and yellow mushroom funugs; this fungus will turn invisible if disturbed by sound, cause terror if eaten.
 17 .    Cyan mushroom with pistachio cap, gnomes know how to distil a useful lamp oil from them.
 18 .    An intermingled growth of black carpet and magenta grassy funugs.
 19 .    This thin lattice magenta fungus will glow if natural light is brought near it; this fungus will spray acid at all within 30' if Orcs disturb it.
 20 .    Amber speckled pink stems topped with red caps, causes transformation to a Gnomes if eaten.