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SO a while back I posted (via Twitter) a link I found to a ridiculous Combat Fumble Table (obviously intended to be taken with tongue firmly planted in . . .  cheek)!

Let's get together and make life in the laboratory. No homunculus!

There's more to an alchemist's workshop than a pestle and mortar and 1d10 bubbling beakers.

Someone has a thing for bones.

Since February 2014, beginning with Clint Staples' classic Oddities for a Creepy Old House, d-Infinity has been presenting an ever growing, ever evolving array of tables to assist GMs in rolling up random items, encounters, and anomalies for the kind of environments adventurers so often find themselves in. In recent months.

We'll have a barrel of fun.

Have video games taught your players to smash every damned barrel to see what's inside? Are you tired of the same old random treasure tables that assume every container on the multiverse just happens to be filled with a mix of potions, scrolls, weapons, and assorted poisons? Then this table is for you!

The best adventures begin and end in taverns, but in the hurlyburly world of professional adventuring, there's no reason why a tavern can't become an adventure in itself. And so the mad barmen of d-Infinity bring you a new ever growing, ever evolving list of oddities to breath new and wondrous life into the watering holes where your heroes wet their whistles!

Skirmisher Publishing is excited to announce the release of “100 Oddities for a Found Car,” the latest entry in its best-selling series of “Oddities” mini-sourcebooks! It is available from online venues that include DriveThruRPGRPGNow, and DriveThruFiction (10 pages, 99 cents).

This latest edition of the Oddities series addresses items that might be found variously in the trunk, glove compartment, or elsewhere inside a vehicle found by characters. It is primarily intended for use with modern, horror, post-apocalyptic, or near-future science fiction role-playing game scenarios. 

d-Infinity editor-in-chief Michael O. Varhola had a great conversation with game developer Clint Staples about Skirmisher Publishing LLC's "100 Oddities" series of RPG mini-sourcebooks and what inspired him to start it! Get a revealing peek behind the curtain at what led to the creation of these earnest and useful publications and why they have become so popular with gamers.

Skirmisher Publishing is proud to announce the release of 100 Oddities for a Wasteland, sixth entry in its “Oddities” series of mini-sourcebooks! Each of the volumes in this popular and best-selling series provides 100 imaginative elements, curios, and details that Game Masters can add to their scenarios in whatever way they like. 100 Oddities for a Wasteland is available from DriveThruRPG and RPGNow (12 pages; $0.99). We sincerely hope you will enjoy it! 

Ever need to stock a treasure hoard? If you are a GM, the answer to that question is going to be a yes! Sometimes it can be difficult to get beyond random coinage and some gems. AND players often really look forward to innovative and exciting loot to go along with a successful troll/ogre/dragon-slaying, or infiltration of the wizard's tower. So what is an overtaxed GM to do?

We at Skirmisher Publishing are here to help!

Not the dungeon you delve into - the one you are thrown in. Herein we will investigate the strange things prisoners leave, find, or make; or the things used to make their lives harder, easier, or at least more interesting - as in "may you live in interesting times." Read on for our list of the Oddities - the strange and stupifying, the heroic and horrible, the ingenious and the inglorious. Here are twenty-five to get us started, but feel free to contribute your own.