Want More Dread for Your Dungeon?
Over 250 new ways to fill your dungeons with darkness! In this book we introduce Dungeon Bricks, which are rooms and encounters that can be dropped into virtually any dungeon, and Splinters of the Senses by Martin Ralya which add even more ambience and flavor. We also feature the wonderful art of the Carmona Brothers.
Bricks are building blocks of a dungeon. They include "Room Kits" such as the Throne Room, Guard Post or Chapel of Sacrifice, and also Encounters and Traps such as the Volcanic Workshop, Scrag Cave, or Well of the Abyss. (All Encounters and Traps include 3.5Ed. stats.) Another new feature of this product is the set of miniature Splinters of the Senses, by Martin Ralya. These Splinters provide tiny random pieces of flavor text that can be used to enhance any dungeon location, even one that may already have some description.
In addition to these, the book includes three dozen new Bits, small pieces that can be stuck in anywhere a little description is needed, and numbered so they can be used randomly. Each Bit is also provided in index card format for ease of use by Game Masters. Following them are four dozen Dungeon Shards, for GMs to select and place as they will.
You will find the varied and wonderful descriptions of Bits of Darkness: Dungeons II indexed a number of different ways to allow a GM to easily find a description to fit a particular circumstance. We have also included a text-only version that can be used to cut and paste directly into your GM notes or sized into a large print version for those who prefer larger type. All this together makes an indispensable guide to the dark and forbidding places in your world.
76 pages plus index cards; 83 pages total.
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