Package Description

Random Encounters


Adds the ability to create Random Encounters for Scenes.

Each random encounter can be run on time intervals and dice chance, and will roll from a Rollable Table.

Will not trigger an encounter if players are already in combat.


How To Use

You can find the settings for Random Encounters under General Module Settings (Note: I have no idea why its not under its own name, I am still working on that)



Click on Configure to add new Random Encounters.


You can change the Hot Key to trigger any Random Encounters.


Adding new Encounter

Click on the Add Encounter button.



It will create a new Random Encounter Template.




Example of a RollTable for Random Encounters



See https://foundryvtt.com/article/roll-tables/ for more examples on how RollTables work.

Settings to note:


Examples

Random Encounter for a Scene

If you have a random encounter that triggers anywhere on a scene, you can set one up using settings similar to the following:


RollTable



Roll a 1d4 to find a Random Encounter from the list.


Random Encounter Settings

 


Set the Encounter Name. Select the Scene for the random encounter. Set a Dice Formula and On Result. Set RollTable.


Trigger Random Encounter


Either hit the Trigger Random Encounter Hot Key or if you specified a time wait for the random encounter to be triggered.

First chat box is the result of the Dice Formula not rolling the On Result condition.

Second chat box is the result of the Dice Formula rolling the On Result condition.


Random Encounter for a Room/Area within a Scene


If you have a random encounter that only needs to happen within a specific area or room within a scene you can using the drawing tools to create a room/area. Make sure to name the drawing, Random Encounters will check for use the name to find the room/area to check if Player Characters are within the room.

NOTE: if no player characters are within a room and you trigger a random encounter, either by hitting the hot key or the specified time is reached, not chat box will be displayed.


RollTable


Defined two room Random Encounter RollTables.


Room/Area Drawings



Use the drawing tools to create a drawing, Random Encounter can use either the Rectangle, Ellipse, or Polygon drawings to determine the area/room trigger.

NOTE: make sure to name the drawing using the Text Label settings. This will be used to tie back to the Random Encounter.


Random Encounter Settings



Setup two random encounters for each room within the scene. Settings to Note:


Trigger Random Encounter



Rolling for a random encounter in the test room.

First chat box is a success of a random encounter trigger.

Second chat box is a failure of a random encounter trigger.



Rolling for a random encounter in the test1 room.

First chat box is a success of a random encounter trigger.

Second chat box is a failure of a random encounter trigger.


Random Encounter for a Day/Night

If your random encounter has a specification of only triggering if the player characters are at night or during the day, you can set the settings to make sure the RollTable is only triggered based on the lighting settings.


RollTable



Setup two different RollTables, one to roll for Day Encounters and one to roll for Night Encounters.


Random Encounter Settings



Setup two different Random Encounter settings, one to roll for Day Encounters and one roll for Night Encounters. Settings to Note:


Trigger Day Random Encounter



With the Lighting Settings and having the Transition to Daylight enabled, will trigger the day roll table.


Trigger Night Random Encounter



With the Lighting Settings and having the Transition to Darkness enabled, will trigger the night roll table.



Tagged Categories

  1. Automation Enhancers
  2. Combat Enhancements
  3. Tools and Controls

Available Versions

  1. Version 0.1.5

  2. Version 0.1.6

  3. Version 0.1.7