Generators Guide to DungeonsBy Duncan Thomson on
"A wide broken statue in a dark cliff side marks the entrane to this dungeon. Beond the broken statue lies..."
Find out what tools and random charts there are for visualising, detailing and expanding your Dungeon...
A good name can help a dungeon. "Haunt of the Obsidian Knight" or "The Diamond Labyrinth" come from a name. Another dungeon name generator gives the "Flamehammer Catacomb" or "Arcane Cave of the Illuminated Idol". For a cave complex then "The Colorless Caves" or "Stratdover Overhang" are suggestions from this cave name generator.
Or for somewhere to simply start off the dungeon adventure there is a chart of Dungeon Entrances.
Maps for dungeons is a large topic that will get it's own guide!
Dave's Mapper is a tile-based map generator that can handle dungeon, caverns or both at the same time.
A crack in the ceiling above the middle of the north wall allows a trickle of water to flow down to the floor. The water pools near the base of the wall, and a rivulet runs along the wall an out into the hall. The water smells fresh.
The above description is from this Dungeon Room Generator, or try one that gives a description combined with other room details at EN World.
Or if you want something to read try a pdf of 50 Random Dungeon Rooms.
Traps and Doors
For the truly evil GM, you can get a pdf of puzzles...
Dungeons need treasure and the random loot generator is a sophisticated tool (example below).
Bits & Pieces
I'll keep this guide updated so please suggest Dungeon generators in the comments or on twitter to @DuncanThom