Thursday, June 10, 2010

Thanks for all the Dungeons! We need more Dungeons!

It's hard for me to admit this, but I'm running out of dungeon ideas. I just finished three Gamma World dungeons and I've got nothing left.

So please send me your dungeon ideas! I'll take themes, words, geographical features; anything you've got! Post them in the comments.

Also, one random person from the comments will receive the original copy of The Meteoric Shrine of Kintok-Glau mailed to them in a simple matte frame.

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13 Comments:

Blogger Brendan said...

Lily-pad dungeon. Between-the-drywall dungeon. Mortuary dungeon. Mall dungeon. Gerbil run dungeon. Construction-scaffolding dungeon. Free-fall dungeon. A dungeon you have to change sizes repeatedly to navigate. A dungeon with rooms connected in time rather than space. Summer getaway dungeon. A dungeon suspended from trees. The dungeon under a theme park. Anthill dungeon. Skull dungeon!

June 10, 2010 at 8:33 PM

 
Blogger John said...

I have been having a great time sharing the dungeons with my kids. It has given me the idea to draw funny things on the plastic spoons that they take in their lunches. Now I'm writing small programs in BASIC for them to figure out. What fun!

Some ideas:
Cereal box dungeon
Milk carton dungeon (Can you see what I'm doing?)

Meteorite dungeon hurtling through space

Kid sneaker dungeon

Abandoned hard drive dungeon

hollow stone in a fireplace dungeon

St. Bernard dog barrel dungeon

June 11, 2010 at 4:17 AM

 
Blogger Jason Morningstar said...

Sense dungeons (including Proprioception dungeon)

Dimensional dungeons I-IV

Gorlak's Temporary Dungeon

Recursive dungeon dungeon

Dungeon of Lost Memories

Dungeon of Bureaucracy

The False Dungeon of Granku

June 11, 2010 at 4:40 AM

 
Blogger Felbrigg said...

Beneath the Graveyard lives the Bone-Collecting Troll!

The giant cacti of the Garlach desert are often hollowed out by the desert tribes for housing. But when they leave, the monsters move in.

June 11, 2010 at 5:25 AM

 
Blogger David said...

Keep under the 5 year olds bed

Top shelf of dad's closet

Tube system

Snowed in

June 11, 2010 at 6:22 AM

 
Blogger Ben Wray said...

The Heart of Summer. The Heart of Autumn. The Heart of Winter. The Heart of Spring.

A crossroads between four different sections in the Apocalypse Megadungeon.

The Secret Flumph Graveyard.

The Dungeon Construction Agency's Headquarters.

June 11, 2010 at 7:11 AM

 
Blogger Matt said...

Check some of the sandbox stuff on my blog - I do many dungeon descriptions without actually fleshing the dungeon out. Maybe something there would spark your imagination. Just look for the tag "sandbox".

June 11, 2010 at 8:28 AM

 
Blogger Sharon said...

There are always current events that can be "dungeonized". How about oil spill dungeon or World Cup dungeon.

Other random ideas:

Toilet dungeon.
Burger join dungeon.
Wasp nest dungeon.
Spider web dungeon.
Junkyard dungeon.
Soap opera dungeon.
School dungeon.

June 11, 2010 at 7:39 PM

 
Blogger StephenKeith said...

Abandoned Robot Factory.

Connect the Dots.

Tessellation (repeating patterns)

Spherical Geometry Dungeon.

Collapsible Floors

Illusions for walls

Forest Canopy (tree branches)

Sea Cliffs
(fill with water at high tide)

Oven and counter-top range

Junkyard

Static Electricity Theme

Pneumatic Tubes

Odd ecology

Hall of Failed Golem concepts

Clockwork Arabian Palace

Eternal Storm

Rock-Climber's Dungeon

Prison for insane Summoners

Zombie Ravaged Supermarket

A tesseract

June 14, 2010 at 7:49 PM

 
Blogger Lobo Gris said...

I like temples. I want to see more temples.

Dark temples. Light temples. Forgotten temples. Active temples. Ruined temples. Former temples. Improvised temples. Temples for the Gods. Temple for The God. My temple. Their temple. Hybrid temple. Living temple. Space temple. Time temple. Elemental temple. Temple of Swords. Temple of Blood. Temple-to-be.

Mythic themes for the win!

June 25, 2010 at 9:58 AM

 
Blogger Tony said...

Thanks everyone! You are awesome. This will provide many months more dungeons. :)

Also, soon I'll roll a die and someone will get a free dungeon. Woot!

June 28, 2010 at 2:02 PM

 
Blogger Ben Lehman said...

How about an inverse dungeon: a village mapped from the point of view of raiding monsters? You could really do a whole theme with that.

June 28, 2010 at 4:15 PM

 
Blogger Tony said...

Thanks for the suggestions everyone. I've created an idea file. Hopefuly we'll see some of these dungeons come into existence over the coming months.

And the winner of the challenge is David! David, send me an email at tony.dowler@gmail.com and I'll send your dungeon on to you!

June 30, 2010 at 11:30 AM

 

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