Random encounters in role-playing games, they were frequently found in many first edition Advanced Dungeons and Dragons modules and adventures. We look back at how we used them or they were used against us. It doesn’t have to be rolling on a table to see what is coming down the hall to consume the player charaters. You can use them to insert some twists or flavor into your game. Let us know how you use random encounters into your game.
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