timemrick wrote:I seem to recall seeing something like this for Freeport at one point, but I can't seem to track down the hard copy of it that I was sure I had. And I didn't find anything about this one in my Hamunaptra box, where I keep hard copies of my Mythic Vistas-related PDFs (like the Exile adventure you asked about in that other thread).
Hamunaptra topics are like London busses. You wait ages for one and then two come along at once.
Actually, I stumbled onto this, after finding the Exile PDF and having a look to see if Green Ronin had been kind enough to put anything else up. So the fact that I created two topics is kind of related.
timemrick wrote:I've PMed Evan Sass to ask about the adventure hook generator. He's the blog post's author and Green Ronin's webmaster, so if anyone knows its current status, he would.
That's brilliant. Thanks for doing that.
timemrick wrote:After searching the Green Ronin blog, i was able to determine that they had created adventure hook generators for Freeport, Hamunaptra, and Blue Rose.
That's great. I suppose that - if you get a script that does something like that, you can recycle it for multiple campaign settings or rules.
timemrick wrote:The post about the Blue Rose one also had a link to a printable list of 100 hooks, but none of these links work anymore. (I was going to try the Wayback Machine myself, but couldn't get that site to load last night.)
I don't know how those scripts worked, but if Green Ronin are not planning to revive them, and I can grab them from the Wayback Machine (at some point in the future) I might try to reverse-engineer them to create random tables that people can use to get the same result. (It's a shame for Green Ronin to go to all that effort and the content to vanish.)
The Wayback Machine is back. They did add a "Show all adventure hooks" option, but that page has not been archived. However there are several captures of the page and each one seems to have captured a different adventure hook:
I found some other captures, but they were missing the adventure hooks. (It looks like the php script started to go wrong at some point...or at least that the Wayback Machine lost the ability to interact with it.)