Make a Never-Ending Dungeon or Cavern!
Or Create an Instant City or Village!

DungeonMorphs will remind many long-time gamers of the classic dungeon geomorph booklets of dungeon maps. Currently DungeonMorphs are a set of 90 connectible dungeon geomorph designs and 90 village/city/ruins designs. Each side of each 10x10 design has two corridors or two roads(at the same positions) leading off the design. So you may keep placing any two designs next to each other (and rotate them as desired) to make the dungeon level or city/village/ruins as large as you want!


Adventurer Dice Set

This dice set features designs related to barracks, dining areas, great halls, worship rooms and unusual designs.

Explorer Dice Set

Features kill zones (traps), learning areas (mage studies, libraries, etc), prisons, tombs, and unusual designs. (Dice tray not included.)

Cities Dice Set

This dice set features designs to make a city. Each edge of each side has two roads to connect to another design.

Cities/Ruins/Villages Card Deck

90 2.5"x2.5" cards with all the designs from the Cities, Ruins, and Villages dice sets. The back of each card is a mirrored version of the front.

Spellunker Set

All cavern designs. One die has designs that are part dungeon and part cavern.

Villages Set

Five dice with six village designs each. Designs feature farms, forested area, village centers, and special features.

Ruins Set

Five dice with six ruins designs each. Each design is a ruined version of a design in the Cities set.

Dungeon/Cavern Cards

90 cards featuring all 90 designs from the Adventurer, Spellunker & Explorer dice sets. For even more combinations, the back of each card is the mirror of the front.


All 90 dungeon and cavern designs were re-created as 1"=5' battlemats. These are free to download. (See below.) Inkwell Ideas' map software Dungeonographer was used to quickly make the battlemats.

Map Key

Map Key

A key to the symbols used on the dungeon/cavern maps.


A number of bloggers/cartographers have been creating similar designs for the past couple of years. Many of them agreed to join this project.

The original DungeonMorph Dice were posted on Kickstarter in March 2011. They quickly met their initial goal, stretch goal and even went past a second stretch goal. (Each goal triggered a new set of five dice with all different designs to be created; Resulting in three sets of five dice each for a total of 15 dice.) In 2014 we revised them with a better quality process that allowed for more detail. Also in late 2014, we Kickstarted Cities, Ruins and Villages as well. Those were released in 2015.

Differences Between the Dice, Cards, Font and Battlemats

The dungeon and cavern dice are broken up into three sets of five dice each, with each set containing 30 different designs. See the links in the left sidebar's "DungeonMorph Dice" section for which set contains which designs. Each design on each die also contains a small letter denoting the die. ("P" for the Prison die, "B" for the Barracks die, etc.)

The cities, ruins and villages dice are also broken up into three sets: one of all city designs, one is just village designs and the third set is ruined versions of the city designs.

The dungeons and caverns card deck includes all 90 designs from those three dice sets. The designs on the cards do include the die numbers and letters matching the design on the corresponding die. However, as a bonus, the back side of each card has the mirrored version of the front side's design. This allows even more placement combinations. (Not only can you rotate the design 90 degrees, 180 degrees or 270 degrees, but you may also flip it and not rotate it or flip it and rotate it.)

Likewise, the Cities, Ruins, and Villages card deck has all 90 designs from those three dice sets. Like the dungeon & cavern sets have corridors along each edge that allow the designs to connect, the Cities, Ruins, and Villages set has two roads along each edge which are uses to connect.

As the cards have two sets, the font has two sets. One for dungeons and caverns and the other for cities, village, and ruins. Each font set includes separate font files for each of the eight rotated and mirrored and rotated permutations. Each of the eight font files includes all 90 designs.

The battlemats are only available for the dungeon and cavern sets. It include all 90 designs. Versions of each design are included as a pdf that spans multiple letter size pages as well as a single pdf for large-format printers; a high and low quality PNG of each design; and the raw, original Dungeonographer file. (Dungeonographer is a great, simple Dungeon mapping program which has a free version available.)