Derived from a Donjion map.
Open Gaming License
Although the donjon website is primarily the product of a single insane entity, many individuals have made contributions of code, data, methods, or inspiration. In alphabetical order, and with apologies to anyone I've forgotten,
Dave Arneson, for Dungeons & Dragons. Derek Stucki, for his method of weighting scroll spells. Gary Gygax, for Dungeons & Dragons. Jim Babcock, for his article on cellular automata. John Olsson, for his fractal world generator code. Kate Monk, for her onomastikon. Marc Miller, for Traveller. Robin Stacey, for Microlite20. S. John Ross, for Medieval Demographics Made Easy. Silas deBoer, for his Star Wars d20 freight jobs. Special thanks to the reddit RPG community for making sure that the site crashes under load once in a while.
Appears on these pages
This is a list of the game's defunct nations..
This is a list of the game's alliances..
This is a nation building game, where you pick small nation on the face of the Planet Bholl and...
Click on a date/time to view the file as it appeared at that time.
|current||00:37, April 13, 2017||4,906 × 2,532 (2.51 MB)||Boldmouse2||Derived from a Donjion map. == Summary == Open Gaming License https://donjon.bin.sh/ogl.html Although the donjon website is primarily the product of a single insane entity, many individuals have made contributions of code, data, methods, or inspirat...|