Sean Wills points out the Minidungeon category at A Hamsterist Hoard of Dungeons and Dragons.

This is great. These are sort of “plus-sized lairs” in scope, something that can easily be dropped in nearly anywhere. I’ve been thinking of writing up a bunch of “quarter-page dungeons” for the purpose of using on wilderness encounter tables, and looking these over has made up my mind. Having a stack of small tombs, barrows, towers, and ruins ready to go on a moment’s notice sounds like a good idea.

Good stuff.

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