Fantastic work from the both of you! I may make use of it -- we'll see if it helps my players remember familiars as something other than a static +2 to perception rolls.
The OSR invented the remix.
My campaign will by the unholiest of Chop Sueys.
Best kind. D&D is like stone soup.
Between Geoffrey McKinney's Carcosa and Evan's blog, I'm learning how much more fun D&D can be when the shackles of Tolkienien fantasy are thrown off and the DM runs his own subconscious mind.
I think for me it comes from reading Tolkien years after Moorecock.
There is a certain amount of irony in the fact that a blog called In Places Deep taught someone "how much more fun D&D can be when the shackles of Tolkienien fantasy are thrown off."
It's a funny old world!
Fun! I'm definately going to use the combined table.
Me too, me too.
I took this as a foundation (the first 20) and made 100 familiars for Old School Hack, here. http://fictivefantasies.wordpress.com/2012/04/20/100-familiars/Thanks for the inspiration!
Fantastic! It grows and grows...