The above image may not look like much, but it is actually amazing. It’s the product of a brilliant set of GMing tools, too good to pass up. This site (http://donjon.bin.sh/) offers you a random dungeon generator, with settings for party size, level, hall layout, shape, room size, and more. It gives you easily legible maps with mouseover text notes, and downloadable “secret-free” versions for your players. Other sections of the same site offer more random generators than I can shake a stick at, ranging from inns and magic shops to weather, treasure hoards, and encounters. It’s not perfect since it’s all pretty, uh, random, and you’ll want to edit features to fit your settings and stories… but it’s amazing when it comes to giving you rapid access to otherwise fiddly information for barely any effort. I do still want the ability to edit generated maps without having to convert them into some other system or format. But I’ve had so much fun playing around with this for the past few days, and it’s given me piles of ideas. Suddenly, almost all the prep work that I usually don’t like doing for D&D can be offloaded onto this, and that inspires me. If you run games and tell stories of any sort, check this out. It’s too cool to miss, even if you never end up using it yourself.