Amy Vander Vorste, who goes by Avlor on the Treasure Tables Forums, has just had her first RPG product published by Tabletop Adventures: The Deck O’Names Generator.
There’s also a version designed to be printed on cards, which can then be shuffled to come up with names on the fly. Both offer male and female names, with 34,000+ combinations altogether. Congrats, Amy!
Amy has been a delight to work with, and she came up with such a cool idea! The Deck O’ Names cards are very fun; Amy sent us an early version to try out. We had friends over playing games when I cut the cards out, and our game came to a screeching halt because everyone was busy playing with the name cards instead. Once we had them, we found all kinds of uses for them! The Deck O’ Names Generator is also great for people who would rather use a computer. However we really like playing with the Deck O’ Names cards and we’re delighted that Amy brought the idea to TTA.
You’re a fun bunch to freelance for, and I’m glad Amy and TTA turned out to be a good fit — this looks like a neat product.
Tabletop Adventures is proud to announce an updated version of the Generator has been released with added sort and print functionality.
You see, the Overlord listens to customer feedback and twisted the arms… (no no not politically correct; we mean)…used all means necessary to convince the programming minion that these were good functions to add to the generator. (Her arms now cross behind her back and back around to the front to type on the keyboard. She gladly instituted the new functionality as soon as she returned to her cell-err…. cubicle from the nurse’s station.)
Rest assured, no Treasure Tables posters were harmed in the announcement of this product…