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I'm getting ahead of myself here, but this will eventually be included in The S'rulyan Vault III.

Consider this an edition upgrade to every one of my roleplaying games that uses the VSd6 system - The Outer Presence, Alpha Blue, and

While this alien write-up could be used for any scifi RPG, the stats are specifically meant for Alpha Blue.

Here's a table that's totally random...

Totally Random Table #14

Created by a sorcerer living in the Meyang dynasty, the gong was fashioned from the bronze statue of a demon named Tzema'ak. Tzema'ak was worshiped as the god of prophecy, misfortune, and cataclysm.

Yay, lucky 13! You know the drill - this table is totally random...

Totally Random Table #13

There's literally millions of languages used throughout the Alpha Blue universe. Even among humans there's quite a variety. So, how are you supposed to understand the glibnort trying to tell you that a krenvyk has set fire to your crotch lapels?

I had a little extra time this afternoon and wanted to do another table that was truly random. Here goes nothing...

Truly Random Table #12

I like checklists because they force me to measure the worth of things. Like gaming spaces, for instance.

It's amazing what comes out of the internet, and what you can accidentally learn just by reading forum threads and blog posts about RPGs. 3 years ago, I hadn't heard of half these results.

With the upcoming 5th edition of Vampire: the Masquerade, this truly is O5R!

The first S'rulyan Vault PDF accompanying the dungeon map contained several random tables for determining stuff like what humanoids are up to when PCs encounter them.