Characters will not be the first to enter a dungeon and that doesn't even consider creatures that might be living there. These previous visitors and occupants may well have left markings on the walls and this supplement has 100 examples of such. Some of the markings are simply words and sentences, and are marked by quotes. Others may be sketches, drawings or other graffiti. Some of the entries have additional information provided about how they are done. The graffiti can be used as sources of misinformation, potential adventure hooks or simply dungeon dressing.
As well as the main table there are three short tables for determining graffiti location and appearance.
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Here are some sample results:
"It's coming. Prepare to worship it."
"I was wrong. So very, very wrong."
"I will find you, [name], no matter where you hide." where [name] is the name of one of the PCs.
"I will have my revenge."
"Leave deliveries here."
One page is the front cover, one the front matter and one page is ads.
This supplement is also available in a Pathfinder version. The latter is a bit longer and has Pathfinder stats for some items. You do not need to buy all three versions.