The Poisonous Conservatory is a room teeming with vibrant and deadly plant life. The air is thick with the scent of intoxicating pollen, making it hard to focus. Vines hang from the ceiling like menacing serpents, their leaves dripping with a poisonous sap. Strange, otherworldly blossoms bloom in twisted shapes and ominous colors. In the center of the room, a pool of bubbling green liquid surrounded by a ring of thorny plants crackles with a malevolent energy. All around, you see skeletal remains of unfortunate creatures that became trapped in this deadly greenhouse.
The dungeon room description provided above was all conjured up by this new tool. As always with my new tools it’ll be free for a month and then after that it’ll become exclusive to $5 patrons on my Patreon.
So, what’s this Dungeon Generator all about? First, it crafts an overall summary of your dungeon. This isn’t just a bland description; it includes the current state of affairs, its history, and reasons why adventurers might want to drop by. It also unveils secrets, environmental features, and the lowdown on factions and NPCs in the dungeon.
After generating the summary, you can generate a list of potential dungeon rooms. Each room gets its own detailed write-up, complete with a roster of monsters or NPCs. And here’s the cool part: you can generate detailed stat blocks for each of these characters, merging the functionality of the 5e stat block generator right into the dungeon tool.
Need to grab content quickly? Easy. You can copy individual stat blocks for use in Homebrewery, Foundry VTT, or the Improved Initiative app. Or, go big and copy the entire dungeon summary and room list, including stat blocks, in Homebrewery Markdown. This way, you’re all set to roll out a complete dungeon – well, minus the map (we’re not quite there yet) – but definitely a dungeon rich in narrative and detail.
Stay tuned for more and happy gaming!