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Your Fame

The villagers are tough to impress, but with each victory, your fame will rise.


Rising in fame level will unlock more game features. Here is what awaits the dedicated dungeoneer.

  • Flame Scrolls

    In an effort to reduce village combustibility, flasks of oil have been outlawed. Fortunately there's a magical alternative.
    Flame scrolls let you create a fire barrier to keep monsters away.
  • Bolt Scrolls

    "Careful where you point that," warns the village mage.
    Cast a bolt of lightning, a d10+10 attack against everything along a straight line of tiles.
  • Daily Hunts

    Adventurers cannot live on dragons alone. The village elders know this, and so they will deliver a challenging diversion each day.
    You will be tasked with hunting down a particular type of monster within a random area near the village. Successful hunts will garner some pretty epic XP awards.
  • The Elf and Dwarf

    An elf arrives to the village, causing long stares. A dwarf arives as well, causing an ale shortage.
    The Elven Huntress excels when she has space to leap and shoot, whereas the Dwarven Brawler loves a crowded room. They may only be used in career mode until you upgrade to Advanced Dungeoneers.
  • The Ruins

    A visiting sage delivers an old map of an ancient underground city. "Let this not be your ruin," he warns cryptically.
    The ruins are filled with undead creatures guarding the dungeon's best loot.
  • Caverns Tunnel

    A village boy asks if you ever get to slide down steep tunnels.
    A one-way tunnel will lead from the caverns to an unknown location in the mines below.
  • Feats

    A minstrel haplessly wandered into the village. He sang of fantastic feats of combat. It was inspiring.
    When you trigger a feat, you get a free turn that includes an extra move and attack bonuses. Feats are triggered by exceptionally high dice rolls, overwhelming attacks, and epic deeds.
  • Caverns Den

    Caverns monsters need dens too.
    The dungeon will now have two monster dens: the one in the mines and now one in the caverns. Dens have a higher den-sity of monsters and loot.
  • Cavern Crawlers

    Little Billy had to release his pet caterpillar. His father explained, "That thing never stopped eating ... or growing."
    Cavern crawlers roam the caverns, randomly entering rooms. Their goal is to reach the other side, but will attack anything along the way.
  • Vanish Scrolls

    "Where did I put that parchment?" muttered the village mage. "I don't see it anywhere."
    Use vanish scrolls to enter a magically enhanced stealth mode.
  • Tournaments

    A king's tournament set-up crew was passing through the village when a dragon attacked. They dropped their tents and fled.
    Compete against other players each week to see who can win the most games in a row. Earn a week-long XP bonus based on how you do.
  • Throne of the Lich Queen

    A bard sings a tale of adventurers entering horror-filled tomb, driving off an evil lich. No one knows where the lich went.
    The Lich Queen is a powerful undead sorceress. She sits on her throne deep in the ruins, guarding an exceptional weapon.
  • Campaigns

    Village shopkeeper: "We've got the best provisions that dragons won't eat."
    Veteran adventurers may camp outside the dungeon and prove their mettle by attaining 5 dragon victories in a row, white to red. Each successful campaign awards an XP bonus and adds a dragon to the next campaign.
  • Undo

    Every Dungeoneer is entitled to a misstep. Once.
    Undo the previous turn so you can take a different action (if you do the exact same thing, expect the same result). You can Undo Turn once per game.
  • Shamblers

    The village engineers succeed in draining the nearby swamp. "Those pesky swamp creatures will have to go somewhere else!"
    Shamblers lurk in the water-filled pits of the Caverns. They will only go after you if you attack or loot something in their room.
  • Mithril Vest

    A proper dragon horde must include some sort of mithril armor. So it is said.
    The mithril vest has a 20% chance of absorbing any hits.
  • Ropers

    Villager 1: "What's the difference between a stalagmite and a stalactite?" Villager 2: "Oh, I know that one! A stalagmite *might* be a roper!" Villagers 1 & 2: "Hahahaha!"
    Ropers do not move, but use their tentacles as long range whips.
  • Chamber of the Mummy King

    Curses! After centuries of collecting dust (and rot, and disease) the Mummy King has arisen.
    An ancient Mummy King has returned to lay claim to one of the rooms in the ruins. It guards an exceptional weapon.
  • Reapers

    Farmer Ben enters the tavern, saying: "Hey, has anyone seen my scythe? It's almost harvest, and I can't find it for the life of me."
    Reapers slay anything in their path. And their path will be to you.
  • Mines Tunnel

    A traveling archaelogist explains how to find a tunnel to the ruins. Who knew?
    A one-way tunnel can be found in the mines leading to a random location in the ruins below.
  • Haunt of the Specters

    You hear horror stories of teenage villagers going missing.
    Two Specters now haunt a room in the ruins, guarding an exceptional weapon. Specters are invisible until next to you.
  • Second Mines Den

    With so many denizens, it was inevitable.
    The mines will now have 2 monster dens.
  • Dragon Mages

    Dragons have nerds too.
    One out of five dragons will now be a dragon mage. They are not so good at common dragon stuff, but they ... cast spells!
  • Golden Chest

    The dragons realize that they need treasure more befitting magnificent creatures such as themselves.
    The dragon lair will now contain a golden chest containing an exceptional sword, shield or bow.
  • Second Caverns Den

    Dens, Dens, and more Dens.
    The caverns, like the mines, will now have two monster dens.
  • The Altar

    Scary underground ruins would not be scary underground ruins without an altar.
    Use the altar once per game to upgrade a weapon. The highest upgrades require a health potion sacrifice.

Trinkets and Titles

As you rise in fame, the villagers will give you trinkets for a little extra luck. If you have at least one trinket and you roll a 1 on defense, the roll is changed to the maximum roll, and one of your trinkets gets used up. The villagers will give you one trinket for each of your first 5 fame levels, plus another trinket for every 5 fame levels after that.

TrinketFame Level
Gnarled Root1
Roof Ember2
Rusty Nail4
Whittled Twig7
Rooster Wishbone11
Wild Garlic16
Pigeon Claw22
Polished Pebble29
Mullet Head37
Parsnip Stem46
Shiny Penny56
Painted Acorn67
Rosemary Sprig79
Goat Beard92
Dented Tankard106
Ivory Button121
Piglet Tail137
Pewter Spoon154
Bone Whistle172
Moon Pendant191
Fang of Newt211
Lead Figurine232
Skeleton Key254
Dried Fairy Wing277

With more fame, you will find the villagers referring to you with more respect.

TitleDragons Beaten
1 Unexpected1 White
2 Enigmatic1 Black
3 Newfangled1 Green
4 Undeterred1 Blue
5 Bloodstained1 Red
6 Still-Kicking2 White
7 Not-Dead-Yet2 Black
8 Likable2 Green
9 Aspiring2 Blue
10 Promising2 Red
11 Earnest3 White
12 Eager3 Black
13 Hungry3 Green
14 Feisty3 Blue
15 Reckless3 Red
16 Brash4 White
17 Mettlesome4 Black
18 Fervent4 Green
19 Zealous4 Blue
20 Tireless4 Red
21 Unflagging5 White
22 Unsung5 Black
23 Proud5 Green
24 Resourceful5 Blue
25 Clever5 Red
26 Crafty6 White
27 Cunning6 Black
28 Able6 Green
29 Deft6 Blue
30 Notable6 Red
31 Dashing7 White
32 Charming7 Black
33 Striking7 Green
34 Swaggering7 Blue
35 Adventurous7 Red
36 Daring8 White
37 Brazen8 Black
38 Pugnacious8 Green
39 Strong8 Blue
40 Muscular8 Red
41 Stout9 White
42 Bold9 Black
43 Audacious9 Green
44 Defiant9 Blue
45 Courageous9 Red
46 Resolute10 White
47 Undaunted10 Black
48 Vigilant10 Green
49 True10 Blue
50 Worthy10 Red
TitleDragons Beaten
51 Beneficent11 White
52 Unfailing11 Black
53 Relentless11 Green
54 Steadfast11 Blue
55 Stalwart11 Red
56 Hardened12 White
57 Formidable12 Black
58 Brave12 Green
59 Esteemed12 Blue
60 Righteous12 Red
61 Gallant13 White
62 Imposing13 Black
63 Inspiring13 Green
64 Dauntless13 Blue
65 Tenacious13 Red
66 Fierce14 White
67 Fearless14 Black
68 Unflinching14 Green
69 Intrepid14 Blue
70 Valiant14 Red
71 Redoubtable15 White
72 Lion-Hearted15 Black
73 Exemplary15 Green
74 Great15 Blue
75 Outstanding15 Red
76 Fearsome16 White
77 Unsullied16 Black
78 Indomitable16 Green
79 Impervious16 Blue
80 Chronicled16 Red
81 Prodigious17 White
82 Valorous17 Black
83 Avenging17 Green
84 Momentous17 Blue
85 Illustrious17 Red
86 Tremendous18 White
87 Beloved18 Black
88 Renowned18 Green
89 Magnificent18 Blue
90 Monumental18 Red
91 Exalted19 White
92 Revered19 Black
93 Untouchable19 Green
94 Superlative19 Blue
95 Resplendent19 Red
96 Glorious20 White
97 Towering20 Black
98 Legendary20 Green
99 Transcendent20 Blue
100 Dragon Slayer20 Red
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