Wrote a small adventure today! It's set in an old mine, which is sort of a classic trope, but there are also a couple of interesting rooms and twists and whatnot. And the group might end up with a potentially lucrative mining operation (rules for running the business included). For low-level characters (2-3-ish). Stats are generic "OSR-isms", so you can basically use it with any system that has hit dice. 8 pages, 16 rooms...
I used Michael Raston's wonderful "Generic Room Stocker" tables for the title, one of the monsters and to get started with some of the rooms, then the rest really just wrote itself. It was fun.
In hindsight, I should have made the dungeon map less dense, space out the chambers a bit more, give them some breathing room... but then, at least it fits on the page nicely :)
Great stuff! I know just where to put this in my upcoming hexcrawl campaign.VálaszTörlés
Awesome! Let me know how it goes if your players make it to the place :)Törlés
Moon Crabs?! Def using this.VálaszTörlés
Yeah, might be a good fit for your B/X fantasy campaign!Törlés
I also love this cover image
It's an illustration for Verne's Journey to the Center of the Earth