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This is a PDF supplement with 55 pages for Mörk Borg. If you're searching for a preview or a POD version, head on over to DTRPG.

Welcome to the Dungeoneer's Black Book, a collection of boggy holes and haunted cellars. No evening shall pass without the gruesome, ultimately inevitable death of a beloved character.

You'll get a collection of 16 DUNGEONS, some limited to one page, others across multiple pages. Additionally, a table to roll for items and wondrous properties.

The Dungeoneer's Black Book is an independent production by Christian Eichhorn and is not affiliated with Ockult Örtmästare Games or Stockholm Kartell. It is published under the MÖRK BORG Third Party License. MÖRK BORG is copyright Ockult Örtmästare Games and Stockholm Kartell.
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AuthorChristian Eichhorn
TagsDoom, dungeon, mork-borg, morkborg, Tabletop role-playing game


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Dungeoneers Black Book is a 55 page adventure supplement for Mork Borg. And it commits with resolute force to the Mork Borg bit. Every page is striking and unique, and the tone is garish and gloomy and weird.

There are 16 dungeons in the Black Book overall, enough for months of oneshots. And while they're all fairly bite-sized, they each feel extremely distinct.

The most similar are the handful of caves, which are different more in theme than in structure, but there's also a lot of dungeons here that are experimental without losing their gameyness. The Dusty Catacombs is built out of cards, and this allows you to make it as big or as small as you want (within an overall cap of 52 rooms and corridors.) Dr Grigory's Laboratory Warren uses words as map pieces, so a hallway will be written as CORRIDORCORRIDORCORRIDOR, and this is a little tough to describe, but visually it's quite striking.

In terms of difficulty, everything feels calibrated for a standard Mork Borg party. The expectation of lethality is there, but it's consistent with the tone and feels earned, not forced.

Overall, if you like Mork Borg as presented in its core book, there's something here for you. And if you like gorgeous art and layout, there's definitely something here for you---every spread is a painting.


Hey, thanks for the review, much appreciated! It's bewildering that Itch only has hidden reviews, but this is a good workaround. And happy you like it! :D