This consists of two d100 tables that can be used to randomly generate names for pirate ships, or even warships, for countries that like more aggressive-sounding names for their ships. These names can be used for a pirate-themed fantasy campaign or adventure path, or for a more historical game. The names are strongly British in origin, but during the Golden Age of Piracy, and the eras preceding it, many pirates, or privateers, did hail from Britain.
The tables can be used in a number of ways, from rolling single name ships to combining both tables to using one table twice. Results should be tweaked by adding possessives, filler words or changing the order, and discarding any that don't make sense. Alternatively, results can simply be chosen manually.
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Here is a sample result from rolling on both tables: The Ebon Vampire
One page is the front cover, one the front matter and one the introduction.