Treasure Generator

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Hi guys, I just created a javascript treasure generator at https://pacomiscelaneousstuff.blogspot. ... rator.html.

It borrows inspiration from the Treasure generator from ... re-01.html and the armour and weapon generator at ... w/JcxC8pMx.

It generates random valuables, clothes, coin containers, miscellaneous items and weapons. The items are priced for WFRP4 and some of them has Item Qualities. The description always has random parts.

It's still a work in progress so in a few days I will add Armours and Availability.
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This is super neat! I think I'm going to use it to to stock shop inventories. I really want to avoid the dnd supermarket approach where standarized versions of everything in the book are available at a constant price. This will help give shopping some personality.
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I just added a couple of extra types of treasure (up to 7), Encumbrance and the first version for Avalaibility.

I'll try to remember to create a check box for the rules on the Guild presence changes on Avalaibility.
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Orin J.
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A useful little tool!

two things:
1: i found a typo " writting kit " fiddling with the others option
2: the simple value system feels like it doesn't fit the documents. i'd consider leaving the value of anything under a crown or "badly forged" off (documents are something of a subjective asset) and replace "it seems to be worth" with "an interested party might pay" if any of that is possible.
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Fixed the typo and added additional entries here and there.
Now it also has Avalaibilty levels (modified by Qualities).

I also created a couple of random generators more:

NPC Generator
https://pacomiscelaneousstuff.blogspot. ... rator.html

Monster Generator
https://pacomiscelaneousstuff.blogspot. ... rator.html

Both use the Trait mechanism to add variation.
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This is really awesome, i would legit pay somebody to make a random mutant and chaos spawn generator for 2nd edition that pulls from the Tome of Corruption d1000 list that let's you choose how many mutations you want and then automatically applies the stat changes for those mutations. Would save me so much time. 4th edition players are lucky to have you making this stuff!
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It might be fun to make a database of chaos mutations and just keep compiling them from the community. There's a ton of fun mutations distributed through WFRP and WFB (and probably plenty of relevant ones from 40K, too), not to mention all the stuff that players and GMs alike will have thought up.
Knight of the Lady
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Nice little thing there. I love generators and this is no exception. :)
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I just added the Magic Item generation for 1st edition, the current version is very minimalistic and just generate items in a simple way (i.e. magic weapons only shows their first power).

https://pacomiscelaneousstuff.blogspot. ... rator.html
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Totsuzenheni Yukimi
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If i reduce the 'Amount' so that it's lower than a previous search (for example 3 instead of 10) then the (3) new items are generated over the (10) previous items, leaving behind (7) items from the previous search that weren't replaced in the new search.
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