More Uses For Your Tarokka Deck

Tarokkas, Random Tables

You can now draw cards from your Tarokka deck, regardless of whether you are playing Curse of Strahd. Below, I have made it easy for you and me by writing the numbers on a table.

These cards, except for the d6 column in the table, don't exactly match the probability of a throw of an actual dice. This would be unacceptable if it were a saving throw or ability check, attack, damage roll, or saving throw. This is good enough for a DM's random tables. This is as good as it gets without any extra cards!

It's great fun to have players draw the cards for treasure or encounters. You can add drama to the table by asking players to draw the cards. Psychologically, it shifts the responsibility of the outcome to the player. The other players watch and hope for a good result.

You can see the table below or download it as a PDF from the Free Game Resources section.

Tarokka Deck as Dice

A Little Preview

This is a preview of a new DMs Guild product that I am currently working on. This is a Curse of Strahd recurring encounter that uses a magic Tarokka deck. You can learn more about this side trip by watching my game with Chris Perkins next week.

Roll20CON

Roll20CON is a new conference that will take place in March. More information can be found below.

Roll20 Community's online celebration will be held on June 3, 2016 for 24 hours. However, you can still prepare, list, and join games right now! There will be many games on my favorite virtual table, from 12:59 to 11:59 PM Pacific time. Join the fun and receive a free Pro and Plus subscription feature. That's right. Roll20CON will offer Dynamic Lighting and tons of other amazing features for no cost.

Some of your favourite streamers, publishers, and podcasters will be present at the convention. I will also be live on Twitch to raise funds for Cybersmile, an international non-profit that supports victims of cyberbullying.

Check out the Roll20CON schedule below. You'll see that I am running two games during the live stream. This is with Rudy Basso of the Tome Show’s D&D V&G podcast and Have Spellbook. Also, you'll find Nadja Otikor of Misscliks D&D Prophecy and Greg Bilsland of Wizards of the Coast, as well as Chris Freakin’ Perkins, who is a Wizards of the Coast D&D employee and needs no introduction.

It's no surprise that I am excited and nervous about this. Your support and love would be greatly appreciated on game day. If you are available at 5AM Pacific Time or 2PM Pacific Time on June 3, 2016, please visit Twitch to watch us play D&D. . Randomness of the Deck & Tables