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Daily Dungeons - Good Dogs and Bad Dogs Edition


About Daily Dungeons

Each Daily Dungeons release contains 5 procedurally generated dungeons.

The process that generates these dungeons uses data obtained from the standard D&D fifth edition rulebooks. This includes standard monsters, traps, items, random encounter tables, and random dungeon generation tables. The results are lightly edited before release.

These are simple hack ’n’ slash dungeons which can be inserted into any campaign. They are the McDonalds option for a lazy Dungeon Master. They are the “steamed hams” you give to your visitors when your own preparations have gone awry. In short, the dungeons are best used as either:

  • “no preparation needed” generic dungeons to include in your games
  • a starting point for creating more detailed adventures

On the player side of things, Daily Dungeons are best suited for players who enjoy Exploring and Fighting (with a pinch of Problem Solving). That’s pretty much all there is to ‘em – that, and what you make of them as a Dungeon Master. See page 6 of the Dungeon Master Guide for more information about player preferences.

Daily Dungeons releases are provided in both PDF and DOCX format.

All images and icons used in Daily Dungeons are attributed to their owners and used with permission or under permissive licenses described in the attributions section.

Good Dogs and Bad Dogs Edition Breakdown

The Good Dogs and Bad Dags Edition was generated using a selection of dog and gnoll creatures. It contains the following dungeons:

MONDAY - 1. Wolfhearth - Levels 1 to 4
TUESDAY - 2. Gnollish Crypt - Levels 1 to 4
WEDNESDAY - 3. Spoiled Dog's Funhouse - Levels 1 to 4
THURSDAY - 4. Demon Dog Gate - Levels 1 to 4
FRIDAY - 5. Shrine of Yeenoghu - Levels 1 to 4

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File Last Updated:
January 14, 2019
This title was added to our catalog on January 14, 2019.