Tuesday, February 04, 2014

(off-topic) -- My Solo D&D Blog

While it is neither historical nor involving figures on the table top, I have been running some pen & paper solo Dungeons & Dragons "dungeon delves" over on my "The Laughing Owl" blog.

I am now asking readers to suggest where they think the party should explore next . . . so if you are interested, you might want to take a look through the previous posts at The Laughing Owl and then offer your suggestions.

Here is a grand overview of the explored areas so far (try opening it in a separate window for closer look):

-- Jeff


Bluebear Jeff said...

Oh, and when I say "D&D", I am mostly using the basic "Labyrinth Lord" version (which is just slightly different from the original Red Book / Blue Book versions of "Basic" D&D since it is a free download).

Well, I've added a few tweaks of my own as well.

-- Jeff

Archduke Piccolo said...

Are these four sections actually part of the same overall complex? If so, I recommend trying entrance D , and explore out the unknown door in room 20.

Bluebear Jeff said...

Yes, all four "close up" sections shown on The Laughing Owl blog are part of the same complex.

The overall map is shown here on my Saxe-Bearstein blog.

Thank you for your suggestion, sir.

-- Jeff