(Last updated: November 4th, 2014)
While most of my non-geomorphic maps stand on their own, there are a number of dungeon maps posted to the blog over the years that take multiple pages of maps – including one of the first dungeons I ever posted to the blog.
This page collects these maps in reverse chronological order (from most recent to oldest).
The Stony Recesses is a two-level dungeon connected by a massive staircase around the outer edge of a circular cave. Both maps are on a single post.
Fedor’s Pass is a massive dungeon complex combining several “dungeons” as well as surface areas. Here’s a breakdown of the nine currently available maps:
- Side View Map and Plateau Ruins Map (2)
- Opal Lake Map and the Opal Lake Fortress (2)
- The Lower Fortress Map and the Great Stair Middle Level Map (2)
- The Great Stair Upper Level and the Palace Level Map (2)
- Palace Sub-Level Map (1)
The Delve of Dread was an abortive attempt to draw up a multi-level mega-dungeon that would include locations where geomorphs could be added to the dungeon to change the dungeon layout from session to session. So far only the Surface Detail A and Level 1 A maps have been posted.
The Darkling Depths is a big five-level dungeon spread out over a total of 8 letter-sized maps. It includes multiple entrances and even a small dwarven town on level 3 with surface access for higher level adventurers to take advantage of.
- Darkling Depths Level 1A
- Darkling Depths Level 2A
- Darkling Depths Levels 3A and 3B
- Darkling Depths Levels 4A and 4B
- Darkling Depths Levels 5A and 5B
The Demon Hall is a two-level map based around a large throne room / audience chamber that opens up onto both levels.
Erdea Manor is not only a four-level dungeon each on it’s own page, but a fully stocked 90-area dungeon ready for play using the B/X or Labyrinth Lord rules. Because the stocking of the manor is spread over multiple posts, Erdea Manor has a page of it’s own collecting the four maps as well as the 11 posts that detail the contents. Erdea Manor also appears in Dyson’s Delves I and is spread over two issues of Dyson’s Dodecahedron.
The Grand Ruins were the base for a Labyrinth Lord campaign I ran in early 2010. Included in this collection of maps are:
- Overview Map and The Keep
- The Fortress East (3 Maps)
- The Sorcerer’s Tower (2 Maps)
- The Interior Structures
One of the earliest map posts to the blog, the Necromancer’s Garden was inspired because I had found a booklet of 6 square per inch graph paper in a Top Secret S.I. box I bought at a yard sale. It is spread out over four level maps and one side-view.