Monday Fun — Random Name/Plot/Place Generator

So remember how I wrote that post about a character creation quiz? From the awesome that is Dungeons & Dragons comes yet another cool tool to help out we imagination-starved authors.’s Random Name Generator doesn’t just generate random silly fantasy names. It also generates random silly fantasy plots, silly fantasy town names, silly fantasy monsters, and even tree-types. The trees aren’t silly, but it’s still fun that someone made a random generator for them!

There’s about 40 different generators to choose from, and they’re all fantastic. Even if you don’t want to write a fantasy story, I’d say it’s worth checking out just for the sheer entertainment value. Here are some of my favourites:

Generator: dramatic-situation

Elements: A kinsman slain, a kinsman spectator, and an executioner.
Witnessing the slaying of kinsmen while powerless to prevent it.

Generator: title


Generator: Book Titles

History of Hassitic Architecture, by Care Carhan the Magnificent

Generator: QuestGen

  1. Grimald Shortbreath the Architect (impulsive elder high elf male, quiet) sends party to talk to Duryaith the Messenger (tender short teen dwarven male, gap-toothed).
  2. Duryaith the Messenger (tender short teen dwarven male, gap-toothed) gives party heavy ballista.
  3. Heavy ballista needs to be used at forgotten mansion in swamp.

Random Meme of the Day: Nyan Cat!


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