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One-Level Dungeon

A hand-drawn map of a single-level dungeon.


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This work by John Godsland is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License

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Dude, this map is just the way i like it; Large, complex, keeps the players guessing, and FORCE THEM TO TAKE SOME MAP NOTES! I mean, I love it when the game goes smooth, but having players go in and out without taking notice of a map I spent hours on... You should take some consideration to priorsand particulars, though. Why was the dungeon made? What was its purpose? Knowing the cause behind the creation of the dungeon gives the architecture a rational and REAL look. Not just another dungeon level 1 with random rooms and traps. Aslo, start using rulers for walls and inventory. Gives it all a professional look. Still, kudos for your work. Keep mapping!

Comment Posted Nov 7, 2005 at 16:04 by OutCider


OMG dude, you have out done yourself here. you run an awesome site, and i would like you to know that i do appreciate the hard work you have invested so other dms dont have too. in addition, i was wondering if there is a way to send premade maps to you so they can be posted?

Comment Posted Dec 29, 2005 at 05:52 by Qsus


Wow i\'ve been playing D&D for about 10 years now and i have never seen something this complacated that was not randomly computer generated and this is hand drawn which is even more impressive. one thing i want to point out to OutCider is that this looks more like a cavern then a man buit complex and about using rulers i\'ve never seen a perfectly squared off cavern thet are not right angles they are natural. i rate this map 9.9 out of 10.

Comment Posted Apr 24, 2006 at 00:20 by Jegsar Naga


You may be intrigued to know that I drew this map about 20-years ago...

Comment Posted Jun 18, 2006 at 13:35 by Gozzy


its like a god send i goodled maps to help get some ideas (i have trouble making maps) and when i saw this it was beyond anything i could have asked for. being an inexperienced DM, it is always a great gift, and also a learning experience to see such well made maps to me, you are an inspiration to up and coming role players, please keep up the good work

Comment Posted Nov 29, 2006 at 01:18 by west


I agree with Outcider. The edges are all wobbly. And if you're trying to make it a cavern, draw it like a cavern! But overall, nice big dungeon map. I'll give it a 6

Comment Posted Aug 13, 2007 at 23:05 by Spartan


Heh... reminds me of maps I used to draw in my youth... *tears* Ahh, the good old days. Now, I spend so much of my time trying to get the players to play nice, I don't have the patience for extensive mapping anymore. Oh well, I guess that's why we are all here thanking you now, eh?

Comment Posted Aug 21, 2007 at 20:06 by Dane Liao


Whoa... not as complicated as my largest, but it sure is huge. i could nevr think of enough stuff to put in there. Probably because im not familiar with it...

Comment Posted Apr 9, 2008 at 23:50 by eldrin


I like it. For a one lvl dungeon it has a nice layout and you can tweak it here and there to fit your game. I've got a few maps i'm working on and there are some points on here I saw that I hadn't thought of using before. When I'm done with my one lvl labyrinth I'll see what I can't do about getting it posted.

Comment Posted Mar 13, 2009 at 18:44 by Akkadia


Just plain simple Thank's made my day

Comment Posted Jul 27, 2010 at 22:18 by Lordmattu


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