Sunday, 29 April 2012

One Page Dungeon: The Tomb of Snowbite Pass

The Tomb of Snowbite Pass - Click to enlarge!
I had some time free this afternoon, so I thought I'd have a go at the One-Page Dungeon competition. This particular tomb comes from a recent adventure in our 4E campaign. I was quite proud of the puzzles during play, and I thought the whole thing felt quite classic (although my players complained it was a little easy). Still, it was an enjoyable evening's play, and I had fun doing up the map today. My only regret is that I couldn't squeeze in the reverse-gravity trap that they fell into on their way to the icy goblet!

Stacey was really quite impressed with this map, and suggested that I post more of them up here. What do you think? I quite like laying out dungeons like this, as I find they're great to run at the table - allowing me to glance down and visualise things immediately instead of poring through text. Who knows? If you like this one, maybe I'll do up a few more!

For now, click the link below for the print version - including a printer-friendly black and white version.

7 comments:

  1. that's fantastic; please share more of these!

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  2. Thanks, guys! I feel inspired to try another one, I think.

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  3. That is fantastic and devious; I love it!

    I'd definitely love to see more of these! At what level did you run it?

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    1. Hey, thanks - I'll see if I can do another one up! This was run at level 13 for us, but I tried to make it easily scalable.

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  4. I love 'loose' maps like this. DL'd, will use. :)

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    1. Good luck with it, Erik. I hope your players have as much fun with it as mine did!

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