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100 Things You Might Wake Up And Find Missing

One hundred things that your players find missing after waking up from sleep.

This list was submitted by the great Jack the Reaper. Thanks for all your amazing work!

Sleeping is the time of greatest vulnerability, during which people are completely unaware to their surroundings. There is no greater horror than waking up and finding out that something odd and terrible happened to you while you were asleep. It could be the start of great adventures, or just a strange mystery and diversion. Imagine waking up and discovering you have lost your…




  1. Hair
  2. Eye(s)
  3. Memories (all or some)
  4. Clothes
  5. Teeth
  6. Shoes
  7. Four limbs
  8. Bed
  9. Weapons
  10. Money
  11. Moral sense
  12. Tongue
  13. House (bed is standing now in the open)
  14. Old scars and wounds
  15. Color sight
  16. Testicles
  17. Emotions
  18. Equilibrium
  19. Jewels
  20. All the letters in your books (pages left blank)
  21. Everyone else (you are apparently alone in the world)
  22. Sense of humor
  23. Appetite
  24. Hat
  25. Animals (pets, familiars, horses etc.)
  26. Youth (you are suddenly much older)
  27. Health
  28. Beauty
  29. All buttons, shoelaces and buckles
  30. Color (becoming all pale white)
  31. Head
  32. Sanity
  33. Knowledge of languages
  34. Voice
  35. All fear
  36. Food
  37. Blankets
  38. Identity (no one remembers you)
  39. Children
  40. Faith (if you’re a priest or paladin, you lose your levels)
  41. Hope
  42. Talents
  43. Happiness
  44. Skin
  45. Life (you awake as an undead)
  46. Body (you awake as an incorporeal spirit)
  47. Weight (you float in the air)
  48. Courage
  49. Strength
  50. Mobility (you’re paralyzed)
  51. Face (it becomes blank)
  52. Kidneys
  53. Fingernails
  54. Senses (all or some)
  55. Shadow
  56. Fat
  57. Body liquids (you’re dehydrated)
  58. Lots of blood
  59. Desire
  60. Curiosity
  61. Will to live
  62. Age (you wake up younger, perhaps a child or a baby)
  63. Friends (nobody likes you)
  64. Body heat
  65. Navel
  66. Furniture
  67. Control (your body is controlled by something else)
  68. Empathy
  69. Patience
  70. Doubts
  71. Soul (you’re an empty husk)
  72. Ears
  73. Keys
  74. All sharp objects
  75. All paintings and drawings
  76. All doors
  77. Humanity (you awake as another creature)
  78. Solidity (you awake as a shapeless, fluid mass)
  79. Stability (your shape shifts constantly)
  80. Sex (you awake as the other sex)
  81. Time (you awake days, months or years after you fell asleep)
  82. Nose
  83. Everything with a certain color
  84. Sense of reality (you feel like in a dream)
  85. Visibility (you wake up invisible)
  86. Need to sleep
  87. Sensation
  88. Size (you wake up much smaller)
  89. Intelligence
  90. Speed
  91. Good manners (you become terribly rude)
  92. Speech ability
  93. Bags
  94. Vulnerability
  95. Most valuable possession
  96. Eyelids
  97. Cutlery
  98. Chamber pot
  99. Holy symbols and items
  100. Left hand

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