I'm surprised I haven't shown these before now. They're from my mid-teen years; late 80's. Somewhere I came across poster-board sized graph paper and about a week later this dungeon was done. I then glued it onto an actual poster-board. Surprisingly, 30 years on and it's still in pretty good shape.
I never wrote it up as a dungeon. Making 169 rooms interesting is a challenge now, let alone then -- I've never been a huge fan of empty rooms. One curious thing, you can go from room 2 all the way to room 154 and only pass through 3 other rooms. An unplanned feature for sure.
And then of course there's this bad-lad, four times the size. Too bad I burned out. It's much more dense than the one above and would have clocked in at around 800 rooms. These sheets are in surprisingly good shape too.
They're now artifacts that make me want to put aside what I'm working on and attempt to draw the largest, most complex dungeon of all time. Probably not gonna do that. Besides, how would you scan such a thing?
I loved the concept of the Dungeon. Still do. Always will.