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Hi, I'm a Graphic Designer and avid RPG games enthusiast from Australia
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  • 04:59 PM - UselessTriviaMan mentioned sorcerersapprentice in post Help me grok mega-dungeons
    I have run a few of these adventures over the years, and I'm currently running a Ptolus campaign. To me, the difference between a large dungeon and a megadungeon is pretty straightforward. A megadungeon is one too large for one party of adventurers to realistically explore in its entirety. Undermountain and the Mines of Moria are megadungeons. Like Sorcerers Apprentice said back on page 1: What I like about mega-dungeons is that they are too big to explore exhaustively. So when you decide where to go in a mega dungeon you are choosing between what content you will experience, unlike a normal dungeon where you will eventually visit every non-secret room. Makes exploration feel a lot more meaningful. Temple of Elemental Evil (both the original and the Return to), Dragon Mountain, and the Maze of the Blue Medusa are not megadungeons; they're big, certainly, but they are dungeons that exist specifically and entirely for one adventure/campaign purpose. The Banewarrens aren't a megadungeon themselves, but t...

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