Caverns, Dungeon, Dungeons & Dragons, Fantasy, Labyrinth Lord, Maps, OSR, RPG
While I originally drew Namurta’s Halls for use as the launching point for random dungeon generation (and potentially as the home of the classic Dyson’s Delve), I asked around my google+ circles for what people would like to see underneath it. In the end I was inspired by a response by Chris Mata asking for “One cave & three mini dungeons, only one overall complex. The cave should be huge and the ceiling at least 100ft high on average.”
In the end, I didn’t go with a full 100′ ceiling height. I think the rough ceiling height for the biggest parts of the cave is 70′, with the upper platform and stone bridge being a good 30′ above the floor. The caves have been expanded on occasion, with some areas becoming full-on “dungeons” and others just slightly upgraded cave walls.
This map, along with the map that goes above it, is available for your use in a non-commercial manner thanks to the many awesome people who support the Dodecahedron through my Patreon campaign. If you find these maps useful for your own games, feel free to repost them on your blog along with any changes and stocking you have done as long as you provide credit for the cartography and a link back to this site.
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