Nearly a dozen mini-dungeons designed to fit into the much larger Dungeon of the Mad Mage – or any underground area.
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Published by: Pyromaniac Press (with Phil Beckwith, Alex Clippinger, Elise Cretel, Ashley May, Luciella Scarlett, Christopher Walz & Micah Watt)
Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage is absolutely massive. Yet it’s also ripe with opportunity for even more dungeon-crawling adventures, thanks to numerous dead ends and off shoots in each level. “Undermountain: The Lost Chambers” provides nearly a dozen such locations from seven different DMs Guild authors.
The mini-dungeons could easily be dropped into any underground or underdark area, with most acting as boss monster lairs or divine shrines. It’s a solid variety, though most of the actual connections to Dungeon of the Mad Mage are tenuous at best.
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Undermountain features an absolutely gigantic mega-dungeon and some of the best dungeon designs I’ve ever seen.
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It wouldn’t be a proper Dungeons & Dragons adventure without at least one dungeon crawl. Different published adventures have leaned more heavily into the dungeon theme than others, but Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage definitely wins the Most Dungeon award I just made up.
Welcome to Undermountain, the 23-level mega-dungeon!
MAJOR SPOILERS – DM’s only!
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