So yeah, The Shrine of Urd & the Shield of Faith, my submission for the 1-Page Dungeon Contest 2012. It's both a playable dungeon - I guarantee the fact, just try - and the whole atmosphere of my early and vibrant gaming years in a nutshell, it's full-on OSR, with a big R.
What I've tried to achieve here - did I succeed? You tell me - is to convey the atmosphere of the crowded high-fantasy Arduin-like powerplay games we had back in the years, with a strong naive look and feel. It seems gaudy and silly, but I can tell you, it's not that easy to do when you're a grown-up with an industry experience. It feels like it's been done by a teenager with scraps of early published products or a typewriter maybe, and a lot of Moorcock-Lovecraft-focused imagination. At least, I wish it feels like this, because what I'd love to share is exactly that: the feel. Hell, it even smells of rotten tobacco and coffee, but unfortunately, you can't smell a PDF. And I'm pretty sure that, just by conveying that feeling, it contains everything you need to run it in a single page with very few descriptions, if any. Just try.