Slithering Temple (Commercial Use)


The snake-people are hungry! A Dungeondraft asset pack with… 270 new object assets, including sacrificial altars, serpentine statues, ossuary pits, ancient weapons, and mysterious flasks. They belong in a museum! Everything you need for constructing jungle ziggurats, including extra-wide doors, angled entryways, and three different sloped ziggurat walls. Moss! You have no idea how useful small tufts of moss are for creating that “overgrown” look. 6 New Walls: Sloped ziggurat walls adorned with strange runes, serpentine motifs, and more… all colorable (try to keep it subtle!)  11  New Doors: Bronze temple doors, angled temple entry portals, and more. 18 New Paths: Adorn your new maps with troughs stained with bood, decorative Mayan-inspired patterns, or the body of a stone snake… or enjoy all...
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This one took a while to put together, but I’ve been using it in my personal maps for a few months and it’s been invaluable for dungeon-delving. Bloody altars and sacrificial pools are a staple of almost every fantasy adventure, so I built an entire pack around the theme of ziggurats, Mesoamerican temple architecture, and setting-agnostic Snake People™.

Honestly, I’m mostly here for the moss. I didn’t realize it while making the pack, but little tufts of moss are honestly the most-used objects I ever put in an asset pack. I always like putting in at least one universal thing amongst all the niche stuff, like custom Snake People™ statues, iron manacles and bars for prisoner cells, and bits of lab equipment for poisoners workshops. Heck, I even dropped in some bath niches for the Snake People to bathe in. It’s colorable, so it’s up to you if its water or blood! Oh, and you can’t have sacrificial altars without ossuaries filled with bones! And don’t forget to drop a bloody heart or guts on the floor when default bloodstains don’t sufficiently convey the grisly mood.

One thing I could never really get perfect are the walls. The way they colorize just doesn’t look great unless you go REALLY subtle. Still, they’re great to have in your mapmaking toolbox, so I kept them in! Especially since sloped walls really aren’t a thing in most map packs… I can kinda see why now. They’re really difficult to make in a modular way!

Hope you all enjoy! This one is definitely more niche than most of my packs, but I think you can get some great use out of it. Especially the moss. Seriously, I love that moss.


  1. The_Posh_Dinosaur (verified owner)

    This may be a problem unique to me, but dungeondraft doesn’t recognize the asset file on my machine.

  2. The_Posh_Dinosaur (verified owner)

    Orcitect’s packs have always in my opinion been amongst the best on the site and this pack is no exception. As per my last review, I had a technical issue with the pack, but Orcitect was quick to respond to my messages and it turned out the issue lay with me not updating my software. I have been unable to find a way to edit my previous review, so I hope this one will remove any doubts from potential buyers. Great product and great customer service!

  3. Pancake Wizard (verified owner)

    Wonderful stuff, and very handy! Matches the Dungeondraft aesthetic well. The commercial-use license is also appreciated.

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CAL-NA-NRB: No Attribution, No Reselling Of Base Items

This license allows the user to use content from the asset pack for commercial use in their user content. It is also allowed to make and share modifications and to resell modifications, reselling of base items is not allowed. The user is not required to mention the creator.


If you want to use this content in your personal maps and games only, check out our cheaper Personal Use pack!

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