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Monday, June 1, 2009

I Got Yer One-Page Dungeons Right Here

No, really: I have a bunch of one-page dungeons to post as part of my scanning project.

These first two (I'll post the others later this week) were created sometime in the early 90's. They were both originally intended for use with Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay, as you'll be able to tell by the game stat tables.

First up is a generic underground lair of a generic evil cult:


Next up is Gordur, the Orc Stronghold, a fortified hill. Although this only ever saw use in a 1E Advanced Dungeons & Dragons session, it doesn't actually include the AD&D stats for the dungeon denizens. But I'm, sure you'll be able to fill in the blanks yourself:

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4 comments:

  1. Nice stuff. You really liked your stairs, eh?

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  2. Thanks - and yeah, I did (and do) like my stairs. :P I find making the dungeon go up and down instead of being totally flat (except for level transitions, of course) makes them seem a bit more dynamic. But that's just me...

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  3. No, that's not just you. Check out the one-page dungeon I did for the 1page contest and you'll note I'm the same way.

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  4. You know, I didn't even really notice your use of stairs in that one, aside from noting the elevation difference it created between 2 and 2A, and between 2A and 2B - which I instantly found really cool.

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