Greetings, fellow adventurers!
Currently having the mixed blessing of the inadvertent adventure of cancelled flights due to a combination of the plague and two atmospheric rivers gut-punching the West Coast.
Thankfully, I'm visiting family, so much better off than the poor souls stuck at airports or hotels. And I have a notebook and the interwebs.
So I cobbled together a quick and dirty solo adventure of random rolls using OSE as a framework.
Initially I grabbed a PC from a random character generator - yielding a cleric with above average WIS and CHA and equipped with plate and shield. Solid start. I bumped our hero to 2nd level for a spell, and gave him two Meatshields extras.
I could have found a procedural dungeon generator, but went bare-bones with a simple d6 roll:
5: intersection ('T' or 'cross' 50/50)
When a room was rolled, it got the B/X random stocking roll:
Monsters were generated using the OSE Reference Booklet.
Encounters were d6 for surprise plus 2d6 for reaction. Combat was loosely based on Kevin Crawford's Solo Heroes. Successful monster attacks caused 1 point of damage, and heroes/hirelings caused 1hd damage (e.g. a 2HD monster required 2 hits to go down).
How did it go?