Thanks to the sponsorship of my beloved Obsidian Portal I recently found out about the annual One Page Dungeon contest. Concise dungeon crafting with a crush on random tables?! Prizes?! Competition?! How could I resist!
The tact I chose is a little outside the norm – not a traditional s
words and spells kind of fantasy dungeon – instead; it’s a haunted house. Unusual to be sure, but I think it’s a solid idea and I’m very proud of how it turned out (thanks, Adobe InDesign one month free trial!)
Since I put a great deal of effort into this submission, I figured I’d grant myself some due laziness and count my co test entry as this week’s “encounter.” I feel a bit disingenuous doing so since the aim of this blog was to provide quick and easy D&D encounters – but there’s always exceptions to the rule. And besides, I’m hoping you’ll enjoy it enough to ignore the breach in protocol.
I’m including “Raven Ridge Mansion” here but also adding a separate page for easy navigation – and to provide visitors to my blog from the contest entry page an easier way to navigate straight to the PDF.
And by all means, check out some of the other submissions at the contest’s website. There’s a lot of cool dungeons that other gamers are working on from a lot of different angles – and you’re bound to find something you can plop right into your game.