Thursday, 19 October 2017

Here Be Dungeons 4: Bog Hag's Lair

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This was the interior of Rotten Ethel's cottage from my "Glitterdust" pixies adventure (Dungeon 211). I was very pleased that Rotten Ethel was later cited in the 5E Monster Manual under the description for hags!

Friday, 13 October 2017

Here Be Dungeons 3: Glitterdust

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This was the overview map for "Glitterdust" (Dungeon 211), my second proper adventure in Dungeon magazine. Since publication, this adventure has become one of my go-to adventures for convention play!

Saturday, 7 October 2017

"Here Be Dungeons" 2: The Weeping Labyrinth

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This was my draft of the Weeping Labyrinth; setting for the "Tears of the Crocodile God" adventure (Dungeon 209). This was the first proper adventure that I had published! The final maps were masterfully finished by Mike Schley, which was a real honour.

Also included was a rough draft for the settlement of Bansouk:

Wednesday, 4 October 2017

"Here Be Dungeons" 1: Jaggerbad Skyhouse

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My final draft map design for "Tavern Profile: Jaggerbad Skyhouse" (Dungeon #198). This was my first published D&D article: a plane-hopping tavern strapped to the back of a gargantuan iron dragon!

Monday, 12 June 2017

Temple of the Moon Priests - No Text

As it's been requested a couple of times, here's a version of "Temple of the Moon Priests" with text tags removed!

Sunday, 30 April 2017

One-Page Dungeon 2017: Temple of the Moon Priests

"Deep in the forest, a flooded temple holds the secret to a dying king's life. Can you untangle its mysteries before your rivals?"

"Temple of the Moon Priests" is my entry into the 2017 One-Page Dungeon Contest. Wish me luck! 

Sunday, 1 May 2016

One Page Dungeon 2016: The Quintessential Dungeon

Behold my entry into the 2016 one-page dungeon contest!

This year, rather than agonise over originality, I wanted something that evoked memories of our very first dungeons. A bar-room brawl, a slumbering dragon, oozes, a magic mouth, devious traps, and all the other beloved tropes - pure, unrefined Dungeons and Dragons.

I really hope you enjoy it!