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Here are the files that I've tweaked to get a bit more variation and
Forgotten Realms references. To use them, you will need TableSmith
installed on your computer. These files either replace the existing files
or simply need to be dropped into the file folders within the TableSmith
program. At this time, since this is a work in progress, I do not have
neat zipped packages of files that can just be dropped into the program.
What I'm doing is offering you the files I've worked on and giving you a
description of what I've done- take it or leave it. An understanding of
*simple* programming is needed to make use of these files. The folders are
in your Tables folder in your TableSmith folder.
As I run Forgotten Realms material, these files reference the files that I
tweaked or created to add FR Flavor to the goodies. See the
TS: FR Flavor page for those files.
Basically, I started tweaking with the Book Descriptions file, then tweaked
the Book Titles file. After that I tweaked the Formal Names file, since
many of the authors generated by the Book Titles had place names. Here's
the affected files list.
Descriptions.tab: I wanted a different break down in prices,
with the books that had more "special" attributes being more
expensive. This file references the Book Titles file, Creatures file,
and General Quality file (from the Miscellaneous folder, part of the basic
TableSmith package). This file replaces the original Book
Descriptions.tab in the Treasure folder.|
The book titles generate most of the interest in the book
descriptions. This file was strongly reworked. It references
many files that you'll need to have to make it work right. Those files
are: Instant Adventure Namer.tab, Places.tab, Deities.tab, Races.tab,
Creatures.tab, Formal Names.tab, and Planes.tab. Many of the
references are to specific parts of the files, so you will need the files I
updated. The Instant Adventure Namer isn't part of the original
TableSmith package, but one that you can download from the Mythosa site.
This file replaces the original Book Titles.tab in the Names folder.|