100 Deleuzian Encounters

100 Deleuzian encounters designed for use with any wandering monster table.

When using, keep the following principles in mind:

  1. Characters are always the result of processes more terrifying than the identities they inhabit.
  2. Desire is not a question of lack but of production.
  3. Everything is a machine.

To use, first determine the monster in question. Then, affirm chance through rolling once for activity and once for the object:

100 Deleuzian Encounters



All monsters share the following characteristics:

-Most often refer to themselves as “we”
-Do not understand the concept of “I” but will generally go along with it.
-Always dangerous, but more interested in violence against systems than passing individuals.
-Lack any concept of “good sense” and continually emphasize that becoming happens in both directions at once.
-Often speak nonsense

Preview image taken from A Thousand Plateaus by Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari, University of Minnesota Press, 1987.

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