What Type of Monster Is This?

If you’re trying to determine what kind of monster fits in the monster ecology slots of a Region or a Dungeon, then refer to the appropriate tables below.

If you’ve just encountered a monster in the wilderness, see the “Monsters of the Wilderness” tables, below.

If you’ve just encountered a monster in a dungeon, see the “Monster of the Dungeon” tables, below that.

Monsters of the Wilderness

“What Kind Of Monster is in this Region?”

Roll 3d6.  (Need a die roller?)

3-5 A potential ally – roll again to determine the monster type.
6-7 A monster belonging to the region’s Tertiary Monster Type.  If you don’t know that yet, then determine it now by rolling on the table immediately below this one.
8-9 A monster belonging to the region’s Secondary Monster Type.  If you don’t know that yet, then determine it now by rolling on the table immediately below this one.
10-12 A monster belonging to the region’s Primary Monster Type.  If you don’t know that yet, then determine it now by rolling on the table immediately below this one.
13 A monster appropriate to the region’s theme.
14 A monster appropriate to the region’s terrain type.
15-18 A completely random monster.
“What is this Region’s Primary/Secondary/Tertiary Monster Type?”

Roll 3d6.  (Need a die roller?)

3-6 The region’s population
7-10 A monster appropriate to the region’s terrain type.
11-14 A monster appropriate to the region’s theme.
15-18 The region’s population

Monsters of the Dungeon

“What Kind Of Monster is in this Dungeon?”

Roll 3d6.  (Need a die roller?)

3-5 A potential ally – roll again to determine the monster type.
6-7 A monster belonging to the dungeon’s Tertiary Monster Type.  If you don’t know that yet, then determine it now by rolling on the table immediately below this one.
8-9 A monster belonging to the dungeon’s Secondary Monster Type.  If you don’t know that yet, then determine it now by rolling on the table immediately below this one.
10-12 A monster belonging to the dungeon’s Primary Monster Type.  If you don’t know that yet, then determine it now by rolling on the table immediately below this one.
13 A monster appropriate to the dungeon’s Theme.
14 A monster appropriate to the dungeon’s Type.
15 A monster belonging to the region’s Primary Monster Type.  If you don’t know that yet, then determine it now by rolling on the table immediately above this one.
16 A monster belonging to the region’s Secondary Monster Type.  If you don’t know that yet, then determine it now by rolling on the table immediately above this one.
17-18 A completely random monster.
“What is this Dungeon’s Primary/Secondary/Tertiary Monster Type?”

Roll 3d6.  (Need a die roller?)

3-6 The region’s Population
7-10 A monster appropriate to the dungeon’s Type.
11-14 A monster appropriate to the dungeon’s Theme.
15-18 The region’s Population