Once again, there is a one page dungeon contest, and what the hell, I’m in.
(If you don’t know, the One Page Dungeon contest is a thing where you create an RPG adventure that fits on a single side of a piece of paper, and share it for free with the world, and possibly get some recognition. It’s also a major boon for busy DMs. As the contest has been running for several years, there are now hundreds of free, one-page dungeons available for download.)
Once again I’m revisiting a dungeon I used in a past campaign, although in this case my notes were extremely spare (less than five lines, with some cryptic floorplans) so it is more an impression of what that dungeon was like than an accurate recreation.
As usual the biggest hurdle was making a decent map, and this time I tried a simple cutaway drawing. The dungeon is a tower that has sunk into the ground, and small enough that a party might be able to explore the whole thing in a single session, depending on their numbers and resources, and ability to leave some doors unopened. 🙂
Here is the first draft (and possibly the final draft, unless I find time to work on it again!) as a pdf: