I promised the kids that I would run some D&D for them, they have already created 2 characters each (I told them to expect character death) and have started mapping a smallish dungeon. The dungeon is called the "Monster Plantation" - taken from a ride (now renamed) at Six Flags over Georgia (I worked there as a teenager).
The Monster Plantation was once the mansion of a mad-wizard known for his biological monstrosities. It is a ruined building in a old marshy area, a lowland where the Sweetwater creek flows.
To the north is the home castle-town of Mirah (our local city is Hiram Ga.), a small border castle of the Go'eriag kingdom. There are 6 banner castles of the kingdom. ;-)
Just south of the marsh in the grassy hills, is the small hobbit town called the Hill Shires (they are farmers), their Mayor/Sheriff is William Beau Boggins (commonly called Will-bo).
Recently a small tribe of bogglins (swamp goblins) have moved into the area and have stolen the giant queen bee of Will-bo's honey farm. He is providing a reward of 150gp to any individual that can return his queen bee.
The Bogglings have taken residence in level 1 of the dungeon and their chief has a staff of animal charm (he has charmed the queen and she controls her small hive of giant bees). The staff has 2 charges left.
So level one has a small group of goblins, and giant bees. I am itching to run this for the kids, if they didn't have so much homework this week....