Dungeon Master (disambiguation)

Dungeon Master may mean:

  • Dungeon Master (sometimes called a dungeonmaster or DM), the organizer of a Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game
    • Gamemaster, the generic term used by other role-playing gaming companies
  • Dungeon Master (video game), an early 3D realtime dungeon-hack computer game
  • Dungeon Master, a 1986 dungeon crawl role-playing game by ASCII.
  • Dungeon Master, a main character on the Dungeons & Dragons animated TV series
  • The Dungeonmaster, a 1985 fantasy film (IMDb)
  • Dungeon Master, the owner or master of a BDSM dungeon (a place equipped for the playing out of BDSM sexual fantasies)
  • The Dungeon Master, the 1985 non-fiction book by William C. Dear regarding the disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III
  • Dungeon Master, the master of Lord Ao, a god in the fictional world of Abeir-Toril
  • Dungeon Master, an alias of serial killer David Parker Ray
  • dm (for Dungeon Master), a program included in some versions of BSD Unix and operating systems derived from it, which could be used to restrict the playing of games on a computer to certain times of the day (dm manual page from 4.4BSD)
  • Zork III: The Dungeon Master, a 1982 computer game
  • The Dungeon Master (video game), a 1983 computer game
  • The Dungeon Masters, a 2008 documentary film.

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