It just occurred to me that we don't have a creation table for mega-corporations. Should we make one?
>>61752507Yes. Let's do this OP!
>>61752507I'm in. I think the first table should be to determine what exactly we do as a megacorp. Like, do we produce weapons or do we make household cleaning supplies?
You don't need tables if you don't even have a game to use them in.
>>61752823Ok, stuff that comes out of the top of my head: >what field(s) the megacorp is involved in.>Personality and origin of the CEO>Advantages of the megacorp (loyal workforce, network of spies, good reputation on outside)>Megacorp size>Current rivals and enemies
>>61752889As a megacorp, probably both.You should roll for:>what you started as>1d10 other interests>roll 1d100 that many times for other industries you're involved in
>>61752920Age of the corp. And 'fixers' they use if this is a cyberpunk sorta game.Customer base is important too. Some will cater mainly to high end clientele, others will be completely mass market.
>>61752909>Shadowrun, Cyberpunk 2020Heck, you can probably have them in pre-renaissance settings, just make them a large guild or trading union.
>>61752946>>61752931>>61752889All good ideas. Lets see what we can come up with.Also, we should stick to a contemporary/future setting, just to keep things easy to think about.
>>61752950Is OP running a Shadowrun or 2020 game right now? Are you? No, you're just shitting up the board with another low effort, low usability, randomly generated shitpile.
>>61752950>>61753033I'd make all rolls be a 1d100 so when you can just roll a bunch of dice at once and have the result instead having to roll 1by1.Also might be easier if we test the generator later in the thread.
>>61753126Ok, for business, we havepublic servicefoodenergymanufacturingweaponspharmaceuticalsfinancesecurity (can probably combine with weapons)software/online servicesentertainmentmagic, if you prefer having a magical element.
>>61753227can addutilities (everyday commodities)retailcommoditiesI personally don't think we should have as one of the categories.Also weapons and securities would be different. Weapons would just be manufacturing weapons and selling them. Security is offering someone protection.
>>61753227I'd add Intertellar travel as a 100.Also:> biotechnology> mercenary company> architecture company
We're still ding this guys. Or thread just meant for death?
Goodmight booppls. don't die we need this ;.;
Now that's interesting
>>61754909The harsh reality of homebrewing on /tg/ is that sometimes you have to do the heavy lifting yourself.
>>61753440>>61753281>>61753227So for megacorp business we have:foodenergyspecial materials (manufacturing is too broad, plus it overlaps with the other businesses)weapons manufacturingmedical servicesfinancesecurity servicessoftware/online serviceentertainmentutilities (everyday needs)retailcommodities (trendy items)biotechnologyconstructioninterstellar
>>61752507next up is origin: how did the megacorp come about?My ideas:family business grown bigmerger between many smaller companiesinvented a new, groundbreaking (or got the patent to one)filling in a power vacuum by another megacorpcollaboration between several entrepreneursfeel free to add to the list or change it
>>61757113We should definitely throw in a couple hybrid options. I'm thinking.>Hybrid (roll again twice)>Zaibatsu/Conglomerate (Roll again three times. Choose one as the primary company, and the other two as subsidiaries.)
Fwiw, there's this floating around out there, think it's Shadowrun specific
>>61757232Definitely a good idea. Could you give a couple more hybrid options?
>>61757304Just looking off this, we can use the age, size, quality, and current financial state parts.
>>61757388Next up we should describe the CEO of the megacorp. What are the possible personalities and attributes he/she could have?
>>61757324Sure! How do these sound?>Trust Fund (Roll twice. Choose one as a larger company that owns or is otherwise a branch off from the smaller.)>Acquisition (Roll twice. Your company is a combination of the two, but is expected to perform as one of your choice. For example a militech company and a pharmaceutical company merging, but remaining a militech company)>Subsidiary (Roll twice, or roll once and choose a second already created megacorp. Your megacorporation is a smaller company that has been folded into an existing megacorporation and is now making a name for themselves as an emerging factor)>Botched Acquisition (Roll twice. Your company is a combination of two companies, but now both are trying to supplant the other as the dominant facet of the company.)>Diversified Portfolio (Roll six times. Your company has interests in all of these things)>Ungodly Chimera (Roll ten times. Somehow it functions.)
>>61757752>Chimera (Roll ten times)I'm guessing this is an accurate depiction of their board meetings.
>>61757862>Welcome to CorpCo.>Our slogan is "What do we make? Yes."
>>61752507Its the year 2050>Amazon, the corporate giant of america has supplanted the current government>We are forced to wear black and orange jump suits with light blue amazon taylor originals>Everyday we live in small 9x6x7 sized rooms with only bed, sink, and toilet>Our food is given to us in pill form with the Amazon Logo on it>Our owner Jeff Bezos has turned 86 today and we are to participate in prime day to purchase our new Kindle Brain Chip with Prime movies>The enemy Walmart is currently laying siege to us with recycled trash turned into projectiles to fit into their catapults made of polypropylene
>>61758045Ok, these are great. We can roll twice for each CEO to figure out there personality.I think we should also add a table for the number of executives, in the case leadership is shared among several people.
>>61758721>Yeah, Mike, thanks for giving a monologue to some Neanderthal from 2018. Now help me break into this interface, dammit!
>>61758835Alright, how about a personal angle. Assume your character is working for the megacorp. Why?Better pay than othersBoss treated you wellNepotismForced into doing soShared grudge with a rivalHave equipment you want/needPay back a favorOffer extra benefitsChance of more power/fame
>>61758835Council of 1Council of 2....Council of XBoard of directorsIt would be worth rolling for but with the smaller numbers at a higher weight
>>61758835You should probably divide it into 2 table then because some of those are contradicting. So a leadership table and personality table.
>>61758964Now assume you are opposing the megacorp. Why?Enemy/rival employed by itHired/hiring people to kill youDespise its ideologyWronged you in the pastHarmed your family or community in the pastIs harming your community or familyHolding close friend/family member hostageHave incriminating evidence against higher upsCorp is extremely corruptWas fired from itCollaborating with your other enemies
>>61759035Eh, I don't know. Having two contradicting traits could mean the CEO is a bit crazy and arbitrary as a leader, or the CEO likes to screw with people and break his own rules.>>61758988Good idea. Was thinking of the same thing.>>61759037>>61758964Maybe you can roll d3 to see if you're against it, working for it, or neutral.
>>61752889>Like, do we produce weapons or do we make household cleaning supplies?implying megacorps dont do both
>>61759089In some of those cases, the only difference is concentration
>>61752507>a creation table for mega-corporationsHunter//Seeker has a design system for megacorporations. Plus some random roll tables.
>>61757113>>61757217>>61757752>>61758988>>61758045>>61757388>>61759037>>61758964To recap what we have so far(also I'll add some suggestions):concentration of business: add None to the listwhat the megacorp formed from/how it was created: probably divide into two, one where it grew by itself, and another where it came from a mergerNumber of leaders: second >>61758988 's suggestionPersonality of the leaderWhy you work for it/oppose it: should roll for your stance firstage, size, quality, and current financial state parts
>>61759587Work Reasons: Lack of competitionBest offerFamily history with themBelieve in what they doDrank the Kool'aideStrong dislike/hatred for everyone elseCorporate Merc, will go where the pay isPosition/career you want higher on the food chainBest friend works thereSpouse/significant other works thereFamily members work thereYou love your bossYour hero works thereTheir work is fullfillingThey own youYou owe themOpposed:You owe themThey used to own youSomething related to them caused the death of a love onThey burned youSnubbed for promotionHate your old bossYour nemesis works thereYour former hero works thereTheir work was soul crushingWrongly accused for somethingSet as the fall guyThey stole from youThey want to own you, mind body, and soulCan't stand the casualties of their progressDisillusioned with the companyAge: Random roll that shitSize: Random rollFinancial status:DestituteBrokeIn debtHeavily in debtMaking rent and costs to surviveAble to save a bitSaving a healthy amount for retirementWell offWealthy
I'll try to type something up later.We need some more Sci-Fi stuff to make companies like Weyland-Yutani etc.
>>61757925Funny part is, that's not far off from some IRL corps.
>>61757217>>61757752>>61759587first two tables: What structure does the megacorp take? (rolls specify how many concentrations to roll for) (roll d7)1) Single company (Roll once. The company grew without mergers, or it got rid of brands after taking them over).2) Trust Fund (Roll twice. Choose one as a larger company that owns or is otherwise a branch off from the smaller.)3) Acquisition (Roll twice. Your company is a combination of the two, but is expected to perform as one of your choice. For example a militech company and a pharmaceutical company merging, but remaining a militech company)4) Subsidiary (Roll twice, or roll once and choose a second already created megacorp. Your megacorporation is a smaller company that has been folded into an existing megacorporation and is now making a name for themselves as an emerging factor)5) Botched Acquisition (Roll twice. Your company is a combination of two companies, but now both are trying to supplant the other as the dominant facet of the company.)6) Diversified Portfolio (Roll six times. Your company has interests in all of these things)7) Ungodly Chimera (Roll ten times. Somehow it functions.)Company origins - How did each company start off as/rise to the top? Roll once for each company in the megacorp (roll d8)1) small family business2) founded by entrpreneur(s)3) created a groundbreaking product/service (or got the patent for one)4) filled a power vacuum5) taking over smaller companies6) generous donations/loans7) patronage8) mysterious - little is known about this company's origins
Very interesting. I am monitoring this thread.
>>61752507Where's the Coca-Cola company on this pic?
>>61766691Next two tables:Business diversity - how many different fields does the company have a foot in? (roll d8)1) niche - specific field. roll once for focus2) focused - roll twice3) spread - roll three times4) broad - roll four times5) spread out - roll five times6) diverse - roll six times7-8) widespread - no specific focusCompany focus - what does the company focus on? (roll d15)1) food2) energy3) special materials (manufacturing is too broad, plus it overlaps with the other businesses)4) weapons manufacturing5) medical services6) finance7) security services8) software/online service9) entertainment10) utilities (everyday needs)11) retail12) commodities (trendy items)13) biotechnology14) construction15) interstellar
>>61771372Corp reputation (roll d7)1) Loathed: roll 4 reasons to hate it2) roll 1 reason to work for it, 4 reasons to hate it3) roll 2 reasons to work for it, 3 reasons to hate it4) roll 2 reasons to work for it, 2 reasons to hate it5) roll 3 reasons to work for it, 2 reasons to hate it6) roll 4 reasons to work for it, 1 reasons to hate it7) Beloved: roll 4 reasons to work for it
>>61771801>>61760332Reasons to work for it (roll d16)1) Lack of competition2) Best offer3) Family history with them4) Believe in what they do5) Drank the Kool'aide6) Strong dislike/hatred for everyone else7) Corporate Merc, will go where the pay is8) Position/career you want higher on the food chain9) Best friend works there10) Spouse/significant other works there11) Family members work there12) You love your boss13) Your hero works there14) Their work is fullfilling15) They own you16) You owe themReasons to hate it (roll d16)1) You owe them2) They used to own you3) Something related to them caused the death of a love on4) They burned you5) Snubbed for promotion6) Hate your old boss7) Your nemesis works there8) Your former hero works there9) Their work was soul crushing10) Wrongly accused for something11) Set as the fall guy12) They stole from you13) They want to own you, mind body, and soul14) Can't stand the casualties of their progress15) Disillusioned with the company16) Much better offers elsewhere
How about base of operations? Both country/continent and what type of building.
>>61771842For country, it would have to be China, USA, Russia, Japan, South Korea, Germany, UK, or France based on where most major modern corporations are based. Would love for an option to be something like Principality of Sealand, some itty bitty place made solely to dodge laws and taxes. Building is pretty much required to be some form of a campus or mega structure that is just the company.
>>61772018Yeah, it would just help flavor the...corporate environment.
>>61772018>>61771822Age (roll d4)1) Start-up, less than five years ago2) Young, over five years3) Stable, at least a decade4) Old, several decades or moreBase of operations (roll d8 once for every concentration)1) China2) USA3) Japan4) Western Europe5) Eastern Europe6) Middle East7) South and Central America8) Elsewhere
>>61773236Quality (roll d4)1) Budget, for lowest common denominator. cheap mass production2) Midscale, for white-collar drones. still leans more to quantity over quality3) Upscale, good, high quality, or good and overpriced. boutique stores here4) Luxury, for the elite. best quality, rarest goods. Current Financial State (roll d6)1) Dire: Complete and total failure looms over the fading horizon. The company has been in the red for a long time, or has suddenly been hit was a catastrophic failure.2) Bad: hings aren’t good, and the company’s seen better days. Either they’ve been hurt bad, investments haven’t panned out, or business is running dry. 3) Struggling: Things could be better. Either things aren’t working out as planned, competition is tough, or they simply aren’t getting enough business.4) Fair: The company is doing fine. The numbers are adding up, business is healthy, and despite setbacks, things are probably going to keep being fine. 5) Good: Profits are up, investments are panning out, and things are looking good. The mood around the office is optimistic, with ideas of not just surviving, but expanding and innovating. 6) Things couldn’t be better. Profit expectations are exceeding even the liberal predictions. Maybe a new product turned out to be a huge success, a major contract was awarded, or a steady stream of good business decisions are starting to see fruit.
>>61773254Who leads the megacorp? (roll d8)1-4) single CEO5) duumvirate, 2 CEOs6) triumvirate, 3 CEOs7) quadumvirate, 4 CEOs8) board of directorscurrent CEO's personality (roll 2d10 for each CEO in corp. Don't roll if it's board of directors)1) Megalomaniac2) Vanity3) Greed4) Intellect5) Miser6) Shadow ruler7) Micromanager8) Hands-off9) Hands-on10) CharismaticCorp Culture (roll d4)1) Straight-Laced: The company is traditionally structured, with a nononsense, ruthless attitude. 2) Laid-Back: The company is lassiez faire. While it obviously cares about profits, it also cares about its employees, along with having a fun, stressfree work environment.3) Fair: While the company is strict, it’s not heartless. Its policies and attitudes get the job done without making the office a sweatshop. 4) Megacorp-inspired/eccentric: This company takes after its parent mega’s culture, having all their quirks and attitudes. If it’s independent, the company’s culture will seem chaotic, subject to the whims of its eccentric President or CEO.
>>61766691>>61771372>>61771801>>61771822>>61773236>>61773254>>61773353These are the creation tables we have so far. What more tables would you add? How would you change the ones we already have? (Would we add weights for one of the tables?)
>>61773415I'd add some more exotic options like:For covered branches:> bioenchancment company> terraforming corporation> cybernetic enhancement production> andriod productionFor management:> brains in jars> secred cult> mob rule> AI controlledFor Age:Ancient - essentially if the dytch east indies company survived.Maybe also add one where the degree of their influence over the country is. Like maybe they are just a company.. maybe they essentially are the country.
So, where do we plan on putting this table? 1d4chan?
>>61775830We can test the table once we put it on there.
>>61776444Do we want to use this thread for it, or start a new one entirely?
>>61758045Suggestion for the CEO generation part: there should be a table to determine what the CEO's pet project/ obsessive focus/ personal goal is, and whether or not it's well-publicized or a total secret. Maybe a d10 roll to determine how publicized it is.
>>61773353>Corp Culture (roll d4)>1) Straight-LacedObsessive nitpicking here; it's "Strait-Laced", not "Straight-Laced".
>>61776577Corp Culture (roll d4)1) Strait-Laced: The company is traditionally structured, with a nononsense, ruthless attitude. 2) Laid-Back: The company is lassiez faire. While it obviously cares about profits, it also cares about its employees, along with having a fun, stressfree work environment.3) Fair: While the company is strict, it’s not heartless. Its policies and attitudes get the job done without making the office a sweatshop. 4) Megacorp-inspired/eccentric: This company takes after its parent mega’s culture, having all their quirks and attitudes. If it’s independent, the company’s culture will seem chaotic, subject to the whims of its eccentric President or CEO.>>61776554Good idea. Could any anon come up with some examples of pet projects? Need to be going now.
>>61776518Maybe just use this thread. It's still not very long.
>>61776903>Could any anon come up with some examples of pet projects?>Longevity/Immortality>Transhumanism (synthetic superhumans)>Transhumanism (organic superhumans)>FTL/ space colonization>Cure for specific disease>Proof of afterlife>Proof of aliens>Uplifting animalsI'm sure other anons can think of better ideas
>>61776963>CEO wants to use this development for:>1-3: No one but themselves>4: Their inner circle or shareholders>5: Their employees>6-9: Paying consumers>10: Everyone
Yup, we need to test the table at least 3-4 times before we can finalize it.
>>61778577Has anyone put the table on 1d4chan? I can't find one.
>>61778577No not yet :/I'm kinda confused by the order of tables... I'll try to figure it out and put it up.
Public perception could be a table.
What, if any, political sway does the corp have?1. Non-existent2. Very Low3. Low4. Marginal5. Medium6. Some former employees7. Friends in high places8. Lobbyist on payroll9. Politicians sold out10. Board members on council
Skeletons in closet:1. Engineered a genocide2. Bribed officials3. Violently suppressed a protest4. Illegal human experimentation5. Stole from governments6. Board member is a serial killer/sex offender7. Hired assassins/thugs/terrorists8. Money laundering/insider trading9. Contributed to drought/famine in third world country10. Made a deal with a cosmic entity
>>61779587you forgot:"Basially is a nation."
>>61779702Right. Extraterritorial. Thank you.
Quite possibly the most interesting thread I've seen on here all week.
>>61779815Yup, shits get done only real slow though.I also like this worldbuilding thread:>>61776502
>>61757217Criminal front company gone legit
>>61780000Shit, I was one of the people from the first thread where we actually rolled up the gods. head over there, we're worldbuilding the civilizations now.
>>61780158Right if you can't find the new thread it's here.Shit sad we're doing Fantasy would have loved to involve this table in it :/>>61778870
>>61780434Maybe another time, anon.
>>61752507I think there should also be a roll for equity/liquidityAlso stocksThe PCs could invest if they liked and if they bought enough they could get a controlling share
>>61780515there's financial state>>61773254
>>61773353>Who leads the megacorp? (roll d8)>1-4) single CEO>5) duumvirate, 2 CEOs>6) triumvirate, 3 CEOs>7) quadumvirate, 4 CEOs>8) board of directorsthis is pretty uninspired. Stuff like "one family" or "a government" or "a super AI" would be much more fun than "1-4 people"
>>61773554^^^^^^^^^^^^Here are some neat further ideas.>>61780544
>>61780526That seems to only take into account general financial outlook. A company can have shit liquidity while still being profitable and vice versa. Many companies with strong stocks aren't even profitable, like Xero.Also there's no table for broad market strategies like Porter's generic strategies
>>61780544Dude all Megacorps in the world has a board of directorsRoll instead for organisation structures>1: "Functional" structureVarious parts of the organisation grouped into functions, such as marketing, r&d, production, procurement, etc. >2: Divisional structureOrganisation is basically split into mini-companies, with each division having its own marketing, sales, r&d, etc. assets >3: geographicalThe organisation is split into its geographical components. Similar to divisional, except there won't be double up of some efforts such as R&D>4: Product basedThe company is split into parts concerned with each product.>5: Matrix structureMix of divisional and functional
>>61780608that sounds like it wouldn't be interesting for an RPG. this>>61780544 (note, not the greentext, that's a quote) WOULD be interesting
>>61780631Depends on how realistic you want to be. Again, no megacorp in the world has no board of directors. The functional thing could dictate who's on the same team as the CEO. Under a functional structure, it'd be a marketing manager, R&D specialist, engineering manager, etc. Geographical structures would have people in charge of each region present.Same with product basedIt'd open up certain opportunities. Maybe several geographical managers team up against the one with the biggest region because they're sick of him hogging all their resourcesUnder a divisional structure, there could be room for rebelling with a section of the companyFunctional structures could have incompetent leaders in certain parts of the company, causing it to failThere's always going to be 1 CEO with a team, who reports to a board of directorsHell that opens up it's own opportunities. I know from experience that my CEO lies, or "bends the truth" for when he reports to the Board because he knows they're incompetent and have conflicting ideas so minimizing their input means that he can focus resources where they're neededOr vice versa, the board could hire people to try and check for internal subterfuge in the megacorpIt makes more sense than just "Oh now there's 2 CEOs" how does that even open up any gameplay mechanics anyway?
>>61780693I'd make it like that.Do a 1d100.The more logical options are made more propable the crazy, but cool ones are less propable. Make it like that for every category that way you usually get something fairly grounded with a few very interesting outlaying tidbits.
>>61780693>Again, no megacorp in the world has no board of directors.and again, anything challenging boards of directors is merely a quote.And yeah, it really depends on how realistic you want it to be. I wouldn't be interested in your table. But that probably jsut means I'm not the target audience and will leave the thread to those interested in its contents.
>>61780693oh and to follow up my amicable post with a not so nice one:>It makes more sense than just "Oh now there's 2 CEOs" how does that even open up any gameplay mechanics anyway?I hate it when people don't read the posts they argue with. You should consider actually reading stuff.
>>61773415A new table. I modified the leader table.What is the organisation structure? (roll d5)1) "Functional" structureVarious parts of the organisation grouped into functions, such as marketing, r&d, production, procurement, etc. 2) Divisional structureOrganisation is basically split into mini-companies, with each division having its own marketing, sales, r&d, etc. assets 3) geographicalThe organisation is split into its geographical components. Similar to divisional, except there won't be double up of some efforts such as R&D4) Product basedThe company is split into parts concerned with each product.5) Matrix structureMix of divisional and functionalWho leads the megacorp? (roll d8)1-5) one normal human6) figurehead, roll for figurehead and true leader7) a mythical creature/entity, roll one more for his/her/its personality8) a council with at least five members, you may roll personality for any number of themWhat is the CEO's pet project? (roll d8)1) Longevity/Immortality2) Transhumanism (synthetic superhumans)3) Transhumanism (organic superhumans)4) a new ultra-profitable product5) Cure for specific disease6) Extremely sophisticated technology7) Uplifting animals8) Doesn't have oneCEO wants to use this development for: (roll d10)1-3: No one but themselves4: Their inner circle or shareholders5: Their employees6-9: Paying consumers10: Everyone
>>61783761What, if any, political sway does the corp have? (roll d10)1. Non-existent2. Low3. Marginal4. Medium5. Some former employees6. Friends in high places7. Lobbyist on payroll8. Politicians sold out9. Board members on council10. ExtraterritorialSkeletons in closet (roll d10)1. Engineered a genocide2. Bribed officials3. Violently suppressed a protest4. Illegal human experimentation5. Stole from governments6. Board member is a serial killer/sex offender7. Hired assassins/thugs/terrorists8. Money laundering/insider trading9. Contributed to drought/famine in third world country10. Made a deal with a cosmic entity
For all the people who are posting "You should do this instead" or "Why isn't there a table for [THING]" or "Somebody should make this other thing"...Please remember that unless YOU actually make a thing, it won't exist.
>>61784483but im to retarded to make tables on 1d4chan I can make it in MsPaint tho ;.;
>>61784642You can make a list of ideas numbered 1-10 and post them here.
>>61786821>>61790222Bumps for the bump god.
>>61791344posts for the post throne
>>61752507Creation tables are just a substitute for uncreative people.
>>61786821>>61790222>>61791344>>61792586Make a list, you tardos. Even if it doesn't get used directly it might inspire someone else.>Highly-publicized Family-Friendly product to soften the megacorp's rep:>1. Baby care>2. Pet care>3. Candy>4. Snack food>5. Soft drink>6. Cartoon>7. Celebrity endorsement>8. Vehicle>9. Sports team>10. Philanthropy>>61792781That post wasn't a very creative use of your time.
>>61783788Love it so far. This going on 1d4chan?
>>61792838I'm sorry anon, but I'm not very creative. All I can do to help is make sure the thread stays bumped.
One quick thought: I think most (all?) tables should either be padded or added to to make standard dice rolls possible, eg those d7s. Another interesting quirkset might be for C-level traits/quality. It'd be slightly tied to organization structure and culture but could add a bit of flavor. Stuff like penny-pinching, splurges, efficient, shady, etc. Quality would just be like Family/friend, fresh, seasoned, professional, etc. Not fully fleshed out but possibly a route to consider
>>61780158I made the thread.
>>61773415>>61776963>>61777048>>61783761>>61783788Rolled for a megacorp using the tables above.
>>617951154 - subsidiary, megacorp and its subsidiarySubsidiary4 - filled a power vacuum3 - spread, roll 37, 6, 5 - medical services, finance, security servicesbeloved - roll 4 to like8, 3, 12, 1 - lack of competition, family history with them, position/career opportunities, love the boss8, 3, 5 - East Europe, Japan, Alaska4 - old, several decades or more1 - budget6 - things couldn't be better2 - divisional structure1 - normal human4, 3 - Intellectual, Greedy4 - takes after its parent corp6 - extremely sophisticated technology10 - everyone9 - has board members on council10 - made a deal with a cosmic entityThe Parent1 - small family business5 - spread out, roll five9, 8, 14, 13, 10 - entertainment, software/online service, utilities, biotechnology, construction1 - loathed, four to hate16, 13, 5, 12 - better offers elsewhere, want to totally own you, snubbed for promotion, stole from you7, 3, 5, 6, 4 - South and Central America, Japan, Eastern Europe, Middle East, Western Europe3 - at least a decade4 - luxury, for the elite3 - struggling5 - matrix, mix of divisional and functional6 - figureheadfigurehead 4, 6 - intellect, shadow rulerreal leader 6, 7 - shadow ruler, micromanager1 - Strait-laced8 - Doesn't have one6 - friends in high places8 - money laundering/insider tradingI just used a random number generator for the rolling. https://www.random.org/integers/
>>61753068>Stop talking about traditional games on the traditional games board!
>>61753068Would you rather have another ">one line of greentext and a smug animu girl/How do I sneak my disgusting fetishes into my game?" thread?