I played around a little with How To Host A Dungeon today, which I hadn't done since December or January. While I don't have a big ol' blog post about it (or even just a finished map to share) this time, I did add a couple new Wandering Monster ideas to the How To Host A Dungeon Wiki. Here's the rules text to two alternate Wandering Monster groups for the map-drawing dungeon-designing game.
Murder Hobos: Murder Hobos start with 4 and 2
just below a random entrance to the dungeon. On their turn they behave
exactly like Chaotic Adventurers, except they stop moving after their
first Encounter each turn to rest up, regain spells and resupply. Roll a d6 each time,
and if you roll less than their remaining ,
they resurrect one of their number. During other Group's turns (including the Surface Kingdom and other Adventurers), Murder
Hobos are encountered as if they were a Wandering Monster.
Dryads: Dryads start at the empty point on the surface nearest where
the token dropped. Draw a "haunted tree" there. Dryads will never move below the
surface, and create a new haunted tree wherever they end their movement
without an encounter. At the end of the Surface Kingdoms' turn, if there
are no longer any Dryads in play, add
to a randomly chosen haunted tree. Whenever the Surface Kingdoms make a
new building on the spot where an unoccupied haunted tree exists, they
may first erase that tree from the map.