The Great Big Random d100 of Curses (D&D5e)

Happy Monday my fellow Adventurers!


This week I wanted to create another D100 list of things that I feel are limited or missing for D&D5e games. One such thing that I noticed is that there didn’t seem to be enough Curses in the rule-books or from official sources outside of cursed items. So I thought that this would be another great opportunity for a Group Project out to the D&D Community. I posted out to the mass social media channels of Facebook, G+, and Reddit for assistance filling out a shared Google Doc that you will see below. And in less than 24 hours (The Tavern Drinks D100 I did took weeks!), we now have a complete random D100 for use with anyone’s 5e games. I present to you all The Great Big Random D100 of Curses (D&D5e)

So what are its uses and why is it a d100? Well this can be used if the DM wants the party to be exposed to a Random Curse while looting a body: while purchasing equipment from a merchant: or if they want to roll a random effect from a character being cursed by someone/something.
Disclaimer: I, nor the creators that contributed to this list, take any responsibility for the player characters having obtained any of these curses . Be wary that players may find themselves in precarious or even awful situations. Use with CAUTION.


Again this is a completely free PDF Download that I hope it gets a lot of enjoyment from the community. Big shout out to everyone who helped to contribute to this list. I would love to hear feedback from anyone who tries this in their games.

For more Lists like this, Check out my “Tools for Campaigns” section on my Resources for your Games page!


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