It has about 40 levels and sub-levels, along with 11 pages of descriptions. It's too bad that Stefan didn't transcribe his 80 pages of original notes along with the 11 pages of generalized description.
I'm going to be modifying and using this excellent megadungeon in my forthcoming Holmes-rules Wilderlands campaign.
Last Edit: Nov 2, 2009 11:50:42 GMT -6 by geoffrey
I just started my group through Stefan's "Endless Tunnels of Enlandin" (from Dragonsfoot), and I'm really enjoying the simple elegance of his design. As soon as the new players move up a few levels, "Khunmar' is on the agenda. It looks like a good way to spend a few gaming years.
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Sorry to bump this (not really ), but this megadungeon recently came to my attention, so now I'm trying to find a pdf of it. However, this particular link is no longer alive; would anyone happen to have a working one?
Somehow I missed this the first time around, but Falconer's suggestion for Mines of Khunmar in his "ME on Crack" thread got me to look for it. Very nice!
Last Edit: Nov 21, 2010 6:31:26 GMT -6 by Finarvyn
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