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0one Dungeons – hundreds of maps

0one Dungeons – hundreds of maps

Monday 7 January 2019
In January 2019 we presented the 0one Dungeons Bundle featuring a sprawling range of labyrinthine dungeon blueprint .PDFs from 0one Games. Every under-mountain mega-crawl campaign benefited from these hundreds of sharp and versatile full-color rooms and encounters. These state-of-the-art interactive .PDFs let you turn the grids (both square and hexagonal) on and off, show or hide room numbers, show walls as outlines or filled, show or hide doors and furniture, orient the compass rose, change print options, and make many other customizations, depending on the map. (Interactive features require the free Adobe Reader. Some of these files may not display correctly in other readers.)

This all-new collection followed and complemented our popular January 2018 0one Blueprints offer. You may also recall 0one’s massive Great City Campaign Setting we presented in July 2017. If you like, the Dungeon Under the Mountain can fit right under it.

There were thirteen titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $44) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including nine complete levels of the colossal Dungeon Under the Mountain; the vast Dungeon of Terror Virtual Boxed Set; and three Megadungeons Blueprints: Archlich’s Lair, Palace of the Vampire Queen, and The Undercity.

Those who paid more than the threshold (average) price also got our entire Bonus Collection with seventeen more titles worth an additional $52.50, including the Dungeon Under the Mountain Level 10 Virtual Boxed Set, 13 customizable Rooms & Encounters (travel The Fungal Corridor to the Desecrated Temple to meet Gormoth the Ever-Hungry), and two sets of Customizable Battlemaps: Dungeon Rooms that let you make your own scenes for miniatures combat. After launch we added Dungeon Under the Mountain – The Forgotten Level: Debuting in this offer, this new 11-page map set explored further under-mountain areas reachable only by teleportation.

Ten percent of each payment (after gateway fees) went to this offer’s designated charity, the RPG Creators Relief Fund. The Roleplaying Game Creators Relief Fund (RCRF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization founded to provide financial assistance to tabletop roleplaying game creators suffering hardship due to medical emergencies, natural disasters, and other catastrophic situations.