Friday 3 March 2023

Dungeon Crawl Classics Halfling Character Generator Version 4

 

 

Dungeon Crawl Classics Halfling Character Generator Version 4


Halflings are small and agile folk, renown of their ability to bestow luck upon others; in fact, adventuring parties often refer to their Halfling party member as their 'Lucky Halfling' or their 'good luck charm'. Halflings also possess another famous talent; their skills at duel wielding weapons in combat. This talent has earned Halfling adventurers the nickname 'little whirlwinds of death'. Needless to say, Halflings are a welcome addition of any party of adventurers.

 

 

 

 

 

Dungeon Crawl Classics Halfling Character Generator Version 4

Halfling Character Sheet (Version 4)

 

 

 

The newest iteration (version 4) of the Dungeon Crawl Classics (DCC) Halfling Character Generator has launched and is available on Mighty Deeds and Old School Adventures; a fan created DCC resource site designed to provide Judges (the DCC equivalent of Game Masters) and Players with resources for their DCC campaigns.  The previous three iterations of the DCC Halfling Character Generator are available on Dwarves, Warriors & Might Deeds.  The DCC Halfling Character Generator Version 4 builds on the DCC Halfling Character Generator Version 3, by adding new options for character generation.  These options include the ability to optimize the assignment of the random ability scores, ability to customize each ability score, and a greater range of randomly generated character names.

 

 

 

 

 

Dungeon Crawl Classics Halfling Character Generator Version 4

Screenshot of the Halfling Character Generator

 

 

 

 

Dungeon Crawl Classics Halfling Character Generator Version 4

 

 

 

 

 

Mighty Deeds & Old School Adventurers

Mighty Deeds and Old School Adventures is a fan created website, dedicated to the Goodman Games’ Dungeon Crawl Classics role-playing system.  Dungeon Crawl Classics is a modern RPG system designed to capture the ‘old school’ feeling of the early incarnation (1970s) of the World’s Most Famous Role-Playing Game.

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