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Iain
December 16, 2005
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Votes: 2 / 3.500000
Ruins of Linnarson II    Dungeons  (Any)   (Style)

Over three hundred years after the destruction of Linnarson, the ruins of Linnarson remain deserted; the warped magical environs inhabited only by the twisted and bizarre creatures that have been created. Amongst it all, however, the Senior Masters remain, continuing their eternal pursuit of knowledge. (UPDATE IN PROGRESS.)

manfred
November 23, 2005
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Comments: 6
Ideas: 0
Votes: 4 / 5.000000
Arascan Burial Customs    Dungeons  (Any)   (Style)

Graves of a small, little known folk, exotic as dangerous.

manfred
November 23, 2005
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Comments: 8
Ideas: 0
Votes: 8 / 4.437500
Hiberian Funeral Customs    Dungeons  (Plains)   (Style)

The simple graves of a folk long gone, these are still favoured by graverobbers.

Iain
November 17, 2005
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Comments: 5
Ideas: 0
Votes: 4 / 4.250000
Maranesh's Challenge    Dungeons  (Any)   (Puzzles)

Maranesh, God of Magic, wearied of the multitudes of humans who came to him, clamouring to be taught the secrets of magic. So it was that he devised a test that would separate the worthy from the unworthy.

manfred
November 16, 2005
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Comments: 7
Ideas: 41
Votes: 4 / 4.375000
The Small List of Traps    Dungeons  (Any)   (Traps)

Traps gathered from the remains of a dead site. Honour and enjoy what ingenious traps were created by people unknown…

Iain
November 15, 2005
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Comments: 7
Ideas: 0
Votes: 6 / 4.333333
Wall of Insight    Dungeons  (Any)   (Puzzles)

You have all chosen to follow the Path of the Philosopher. Not for you the warrior Path of the Battlemage, fighter for justice, nor the Path of the Healer, worthy though it may be to heal the sick. Equally you have rejected the Path of the Artificer, the tinkerers, who work on devices and techniques, as well as the Path of the Loremaster, who merely delves and catalogues the knowledge of the past. No, you have decided upon the Path of the Philosopher, the highest calling, the way of true enquiry, where you will probe the realms of higher mathematics, ponder the meaning of truth itself and tease out the deepest secrets of nature and the workings of the world.

MoonHunter
November 6, 2005
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Comments: 4
Ideas: 0
Votes: 1 / 3.000000
Dungeon Organizations    Dungeons  (Any)   (Style)

There are many organizations that deal with dungeons, ruins, and other places of mystery. This codex is about those organizations.

MoonHunter
November 6, 2005
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Comments: 3
Ideas: 0
Votes: 3 / 3.666667
Glyphs and Pylons - II    Dungeons  (Any)   (Traps)

Glyph and Pylon units are a set of magical mechanism used to create complicated series of puzzling traps.

MoonHunter
November 6, 2005
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Comments: 6
Ideas: 0
Votes: 3 / 3.500000
Glyphs and Pylons - I    Dungeons  (Other)   (Traps)

Glyph and Pylon units are a set of magical mechanism used to create complicated series of puzzling traps.

manfred
November 6, 2005
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Comments: 24
Ideas: 0
Votes: 9 / 4.500000
The Dungeon Masters    Dungeons  (Underground)   (Style)

The hooded man leaves the tavern. The group had been assembled. They had recieved the map. “Now it begins,” he said. He vanishes.

Scrasamax
November 4, 2005
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Comments: 6
Ideas: 0
Votes: 6 / 3.666667
Lazy Susan Trap    Dungeons  (Any)   (Traps)

Fifty steps from the eorlingas/ guided by that which is sinister/ Through dreaming eyes

manfred
November 4, 2005
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Comments: 9
Ideas: 0
Votes: 6 / 4.166667
A simple death curse    Dungeons  (Underground)   (Traps)

People are often buried with The Monarchs. If the right people are, they can protect him even after death.

Pieh
November 4, 2005
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Comments: 11
Ideas: 0
Votes: 7 / 3.000000
Watch Out for that... ouch...    Dungeons  (Any)   (Traps)

“I open door number one” 
“Watch Out for that… ouch… ”

Pieh
November 4, 2005
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Comments: 13
Ideas: 0
Votes: 9 / 3.833333
In Case of Emergency Break Glass    Dungeons  (Any)   (Traps)

“Oh look, a glass wall between us and the treasure.”

Kassil
November 4, 2005
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Comments: 5
Ideas: 0
Votes: 4 / 3.750000
Spellbook Glyph Trap    Dungeons  (Any)   (Traps)

It is a dusty rune. That should have been their first clue that it was dangerous.

manfred
November 4, 2005
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Comments: 10
Ideas: 0
Votes: 7 / 2.857143
The Giant's Lair Door    Dungeons  (Any)   (Doors)

"That is one really big door"

Kassil
November 4, 2005
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Comments: 12
Ideas: 1
Votes: 7 / 3.000000
Frieze Door Trap    Dungeons  (Other)   (Doors)

An elaborately worked door, carefully made to balance upright on a horizontal bar, containing a deadly trap.

ephemeralstability
November 4, 2005
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Comments: 6
Ideas: 0
Votes: 6 / 3.750000
Just Add Glyph    Dungeons  (Any)   (Traps)

As traps, obviously there are the standard protection glyphs which engulf you in fire or freeze you when you try to open locks. And then there are the non-standard ones…

CaptainPenguin
November 4, 2005
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Comments: 9
Ideas: 0
Votes: 6 / 2.583333
The Rain of Toads    Dungeons  (Swamp)   (Traps)

The unwitting players tromping through the swamp won’t know what hit them.

ephemeralstability
November 4, 2005
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Comments: 8
Ideas: 0
Votes: 8 / 3.500000
Ettercaps Traps    Dungeons  (Forest/ Jungle)   (Traps)

Ettercaps (the spindly evil woodfolk) are always good for traps: their pine woods are so dense it’s difficult to see what’s a trap, what’s a branch and what’s an ettercap…

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The Lumberjack and the Druid

       By: MysticMoon

A man is arrested for mass murder and found to be insane. Piles of corpses were found on his property, neatly stacked torsos with the skin peeled off and the limbs removed. The man readily admits the work is his, though he claims he was only chopping down trees, removing their branches, debarking them, and then stacking them to season.

The man may have swung the axe but it was a Druid who caused the delusion. This Druid is still on the loose and likely to repeat the crime. In time he may get more creative in his "punishments."

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