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    Troll in the Playground
     
    Daemon

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    Default Re: A vertical dungeon. Has anyone ever tried that?

    I had one adventure site that had 3 vertical dungeons. All ruined towers. One went down, one went sideways into unbounded astral space (TARDIS style), and the last went both up and down, with options in both directions.
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    Pixie in the Playground
     
    Flumph

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    Default Re: A vertical dungeon. Has anyone ever tried that?

    Most dungeons are horizontal, a series of rooms interconcected by corridors.

    But what if instead of doing a horizontal dungeon the players ahd to dela with a vertical one.

    Has anyone ever doen thatw If so how was it if not why not?
    I have one created but have yet to run it.

    Basically I took a set of Jenga blocks and mentally broke each one into 3 equal sized rooms. The end rooms contain stairs that lead up and down respectively. The middle rooms contain... surprises! I used I think 18 tiles, so 6 floors to build the tower "dungeon".

    I'll let you know when I run it, but at the rate my group can get together it might be 6 months until they are high enough level to tackle it.

    I think a "dungeon" can be anything if the DM is creative enough.

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    Pixie in the Playground
     
    WolfInSheepsClothing

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    Default Re: A vertical dungeon. Has anyone ever tried that?

    Quote Originally Posted by Khloros View Post
    Most dungeons are horizontal, a series of rooms interconcected by corridors.

    But what if instead of doing a horizontal dungeon the players ahd to dela with a vertical one.

    Has anyone ever doen thatw If so how was it if not why not?


    they're AMAZING: and if you want some great ones i know a guy via patreon:
    https://www.patreon.com/randy_m

    his vertical (he does some horizontal ones too) maps are AMAZING!

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    Ettin in the Playground
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    Default Re: A vertical dungeon. Has anyone ever tried that?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yerok LliGcam View Post
    i know a guy via patreon
    ... just admit it's really you :p

    =)

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    Ettin in the Playground
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    Default Re: A vertical dungeon. Has anyone ever tried that?

    Veins of Earth (Lamentations of the Flame Princess supplement) is good for making vertical and three-dimensional cave systems.

    How to Host a Dungeon is a solo game which, as by-product of play, creates a nifty vertical cross-section of a dungeon. I used one as basis for one of my convention campaigns.

    In general, being a big fan of Metroid games and Terraria, the idea is pretty familiar for me.
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    Pixie in the Playground
     
    WolfInSheepsClothing

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    Default Re: A vertical dungeon. Has anyone ever tried that?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaptin Keen View Post
    ... just admit it's really you :p

    =)
    hahah i wish!

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    Pixie in the Playground
     
    WolfInSheepsClothing

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    Default Re: A vertical dungeon. Has anyone ever tried that?

    i'd just google it though, you can probably find some stuff for free.

    randy M dungeon maps.

    super awesome stuff. his google drive is a search result i think

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