That's a lot of stuff, but in keeping with the mission of compact gaming on a budget, let's take a look at how compact you can make a D&D megadungeon if you're willing to game in 15mm.
|Every figure in the fantasy collection.|
|With room for another faction/warband in the case.|
The plastic tub contains all of the dungeon floor tiles, and the Old Spice box contains the delicate dungeon dressing. To give you a better idea of scale, that tub is designed to carry two reams of standard sized paper.
You won't have any trouble carrying this mega-dungeon around a crowded convention hall.
So what are we missing? A few things:
- Natural caverns. There's room for a few more halls and rooms in the tub.
- Big beasts. We don't have a dragon or giant or any number of high-level threats. Right now it's all strictly low level gaming. Aside from a few minotaurs, we don't even have any of the heavy-hitting humanoids.
- The Old Spice box is pretty empty. We can add a lot more dungeon dressing to it, or maybe find a better carrier so that all of the dungeon materials themselves are in a single box.