one-page dungeon contest I decided to create it in PocketMod format. The result: a PocketModule!
From a single sheet of paper you can create a small origami booklet with a front and back cover and 6 inside pages. If you put content on the back cover, that's 7 pages of dungeon adventuring fun in a book that fits in your pocket. Here are the folding instructions in case you've never made a pocketmod before.
I had originally seen the idea for these books when I saw the Ravensblight Necronomicon notebooks and was reminded of them when I saw the DungeonWords booklets at Risus Monkey. After the positive response to my PocketMod Spellbook I decided to see if I could fit an entire adventure module into the format. I'd made two previous one-page dungeons, so it was just a matter of breaking things down into several smaller levels instead of using one larger one.
Since the levels are smaller I think it's a bit more linear than one big map, but I actually ran this adventure at Gryphcon this year and I think it turned out quite well.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy my first PocketModule: The Citadel of Evil (pdf). If you end up running this adventure I'd love to hear how the adventure was and if you had any interesting stories from your game.
I'd also like to hear from anyone else who decides to make their own PocketModules. I think it's a fun format for making mini dungeon adventures. :)