Dungeon, Dungeons & Dragons, Fantasy, Florida, Labyrinth Lord, Maps, OSR, RPG
A while back someone commented on how many of my recent dungeon maps were distinctly bound by the limits of the page (that is to say, they were quite square or rectangular in overall design). So I figured I would make sure to do one that was bound by something other than the shape of the paper…
It happened to coincide exactly with someone else asking for a dungeon in the shape of a particular U.S. State.
The end result is the Floridungeon.
In play no one will notice that it vaguely emulates the shape of Florida, but the presence of the limiting outer zone certainly shaped the way I drew it and the rooms and passages within – much like how veins of softer stone and the presence of harder granite would probably impact a lot of dungeon digging if people really made insane dungeons like this in medieval times.
Feels like there should be a Gap Chasm in there somewhere around the middle. 🙂
You left off the Keys! 😉
Dyson Logos said:
I know… And when I originally considered doing a dungeon map of Florida, the keys were really exciting me with potential. But the scale I ended up working at just didn’t fit them.
Well, look at the bright side…there’s always Alaska!!! 🙂
Howard Fielding said:
Texas will have to be a MegaDungeon!
Christopher Mathieu said:
Now do Colorado. 😉
I think you left out the pair of vaguely circular mini-dungeons that should connect at the upper left side.
Seriously though, nice work as always.
Robert Weber said:
What no Floridungeon Keys? 😉 (Someone beat me to that joke!)