Player characters are not the only people that can be encountered and 100 People to Encounter in the Wild West has 100 people to encounter in the Wild West. These can be used in a historical campaign, steampunk or Weird West.
The Inn of Dusk is a roadside inn with a dark secret and staying overnight may be a fatal mistake. The supplement comes with a 24″x20″ battlemap of the inn and a menu that can be printed out.
Ominous Place Name Generator is a Pay What You Want supplement that can be used to generate ominous names for places. It consists of two d100 tables and one d30 table and the results can be combined in a number of ways.
Mating Season is a short adventure hook in which the characters could become an offering to the hill giant queen by a prospective mate. They risk becoming a part of the suitor’s celebratory feast.
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100 Encounters in a Fey Forest, written by Neal Litherland, comes in both system neutral and Pathfinder versions. It details 100 different encounters characters could have in a fey forest. Some encounters are dangerous, some are beneficial and some are weird.
The Cabin in the Woods is a short adventure in which the party is either hired to look for or stumbles across a group of bandits operating in the area and tracks them to their lair. This adventure comes with a 24″x24″ battlemap of the cabin and the clearing that can be printed out.
100 Things to Find, See and Hear in a Forest (PFRPG) has 100 different encounters for adding descriptions to a forest journey, some potentially dangerous, as flavour, adventure hooks and distractions. This is an adaptation of the system-neutral 100 Things to Find, See and Hear in a Forest for the Pathfinder game.
It Lives! Muhahah! is a short adventure in which characters can investigate the disappearance of several people and the screams that were heard coming from the house of the local magistrate.
100 Corpses to Find in a Dungeon gives 100 different descriptions for bodies that could be found in a dungeon, or perhaps other locations too. Often having died in ways that are odd or appear to warn of hazards or monsters, whether or not there is any truth in those suppositions is up to the GM.
The Hermit of Castle Ruins is a drop-in location. Some nearby ruins are inhabited by a creature that the townsfolk have tried and failed to kill once. There is a reward for its destruction, or will the characters investigate more deeply?
No Questions Asked is an adventure for Cepheus Engine and other systems using a 2d6 mechanic. An expansion of an adventure hook from A Baker’s Dozen of Inhabited Worlds, it sees the characters paid to smuggle a cargo to a group of rebels. The adventure also includes a 24″x32″ battlemap.
Star Mangled Manor sees the characters as the only survivors of a manor that is destroyed following a demon summoning that went wrong. The demon is still present, and the characters are the first creatures around that it sees.