- Beware All Who Enter
- These Benighted Halls of Stone.
- Within Lies No Solace
- Nor Any Comforts of Home.
- Toiling For Our Crimes
- We Must Dig Where We Dwell,
- With No Freedom or Mercy
- In Our Vast Stony Hell.
From the Introduction to Down Night-Haunted Halls:
Although intended for use with Labyrinth Lord, Stonehell Dungeon can be adapted for use with most early editions of the world's first fantasy role-playing game and its retro-clones. The lack of hard game stats and the bare bones design formula used in this book makes customizing the dungeon to your own particular rule set and campaign world an easy task. With this book now in your possession, Stonehell Dungeon is yours to play with and the author encourages you to do with it as you wish.
Stonehell Dungeon is a dungeon of the traditional style. It was purposely designed to recall the Saturday Night dungeon crawls of yore, and it is intended to remind both the Labyrinth Lord and the players of the type of dungeon that was once the common currency of the hobby. It is also meant to be a fun and exciting place to explore, and is exactly the sort of dungeon that you‘d expect your best friend to cook up for a weekend-long gaming marathon. While concepts like dungeon ecology and realism are not completely ignored in Stonehell Dungeon, neither are they acquiesced to if they stand in the way of a good time.