Random Humanoid Horde

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1,Most of these [Race] are [Aspect]. They are ruled by [Organization] and [Allies]. They are headquartered in [BattlefieldType]. Most carry a [Weapon] of some kind.

Weapon

1,sword 1,bow 1,crossbow 1,net 1,bola 1,whip 1,staff 1,mace 1,morning-star 1,spear 1,scythe or sickle 1,warhammer 1,war axe 1,throwing axe 1,dagger or knife

Race

1,goblinoids 1,dark elves 1,jackal-headed warriors 1,hyena-like humanoids 1,crow-headed creatures 1,leopard-people 1,goat-headed warriors 1,lizardfolk 1,snake-people

Aspect

1,Lewis Carrol-esque 1,cloned 1,incredibly decadent 1,drunk 1,drugged 1,slaves 1,slavers 1,experimental test subjects 1,friendly 1,giants 1,hyperintelligent 1,immobile 1,insane 1,organized and militarized (like Tolkien orcs) 1,mutants or cripples 1,worshippers of the plague gods 1,religious 1,sexy 1,soulless 1,steampunk 1,tiny

Organization

1,[Numbertwofive] wizards, shamen, witches, etc. 1,a single wizard, witch, shaman, etc. 1,[Numbertwofive] leaders with [Numbronesix] more HD than the rest 1,a single leader with [Numberoneeight] more HD than the rest 1,the whisperings of a bizarre idol 1,a member of a more intelligent species 1,a wizardy/witchy member of a more intelligent species 1,a member of a non- or animal-intelligence species (giant ape, froghemoth, yellow mold, etc.) whose wishes are interpreted by a priest or witch 1,a hyperintelligent member of a usually non- or animal-intelligent species 1,an upper caste that is [Aspect] 1,the crippled or deformed (a bloated queen, sacred paraplegiac, etc)--[Numberonefour] of them 1,the withered and old. [Numberonefour] wiser and weaker than the rest 1,a symbiotic unimind 1,no-one but 25% are berserk warrior-types with 2hd more than the rest and +2 damage. (These may also carry 2-handed weapons.) 1,an surprisingly complex bureaucracy comprising a bodyguard caste as well as magic users


Numberonefour

1,one 1,two 1,three 1,four

Numbertwofive

1,two 1,three 1,four 1,five

Numberoneeight

1,one 1,two 1,three 1,four 1,five 1,six 1,seven 1,eight

Numberonesix

1,one 1,two 1,three 1,four 1,five 1,six

BattlefieldType

1,a castle 1,a cemetery 1,a monastery 1,a village 1,a ship 1,a ruin 1,a port 1,a prison 1,a labyrinth 1,a volcano 1,a mine 1,a necropolis 1,a warren beneath a bridge 1,a freakish structure resembling no human architecture 1,a fortress 1,a mountain fortress 1,a city of their own 1,a city of their own beneath the earth

Allies

1,are allied to no-one 1,are allied to no-one 1,are allied to no-one 1,are allied to no-one 1,are allied to no-one 1,are allied to no-one 1,are mounted (on horses or centipedes or whatever) 1,breed small attack animals (dogs, boars, lizards, etc.) 1,use swarm bombs (jars of bees, wasps, snakes, etc.) 1,go into battle accompanied by d4+1 monsters on chains (tentacle-panthers, iron boars, etc.) 1,go into battle with 1-2 gigantic monsters (mammoths, trolls, etc.) 1,their priest/witch raises dead to fight with the host as zombies when they fall 1,are allied with a group of [Race] rumored to all be [Aspect] 1,go into battle with d4+1 golems or steampunkish devices 1,have a mutual-defense treaty or agreement with another distant local monster or group 1,use strange monsters with weird attacks (basilisks, mushroom men, etc.) as shock troops


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