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These dungeons were generated using lists of creatures, items, and traps from the standard D&D fifth edition rulebooks. In this case, they have been limited to Tier 1 monsters (with CR from 0.25 to 4), pit traps, and items of common or uncommon rarity. These dungeons assume that you have access to the D&D fifth edition core rulebooks (Player’s Handbook, Dungeon Master’s Guide, and Monster Manual).

When creatures, items, and traps appear in these dungeons they are accompanied by handy page references.

Dungeons included in this pack:

  1. Abandoned Deep Gnome Outpost
  2. The Silver Mountain Tunnel
  3. Some Ruins
  4. Sea Hag’s Lair
  5. Sea Hag Coven

Please note:

Little attention has been paid to the balance of risk or reward in these dungeons. These dungeons may be suitable for Tier 1 characters, but there is no guarantee – they are pretty random.

No creative effort, beyond giving each dungeon a name which attempts to contextualise their absurdity, has been exercised in the creation of these dungeons.

These incoherent and unimaginative dungeons were spat out by a mindless aleatory procedure. If attempted by a DM without adequate experience and creative flair, they could cause you to lose all your friends and loved ones due to the assumption that you have become a bad and stupid DM. You have been warned.

These are terrible dungeons, and you should not play them. And yet, here you are. Good luck to you.

Keep an eye out for future titles and check out the previous ones to track the evolution of these random dungeons.

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File Last Updated:
October 11, 2018
This title was added to our catalog on October 11, 2018.