Another fun place in the Dungeon Under the Mountain to explore...
Publisher's blurb: "You enter a vast hall, some 50 by 65 foot. The 20 foot high, vaulted ceiling is supported by 30 pillars, and riddled with cracks. Tapestries hang in tatters from the walls, and it's impossible to tell what was once depicted on them. Some remnants of words or aphorisms remain, painted on the pillars, a single letter still legible in places. Wooden benches are piled up against the walls, apparently to clear the floor of the room. At several places, the large grey tiles of the floor have been removed, and holes have been dug underneath. Some people are camping in the center of the room. There's a smoldering fire, and about it lie three bedrolls, a large leather bag, and a couple of shovels and pickaxes."
More when I get hold of a copy!
Author: Jan Willem van den Brink
Publishers' Reference: UNDRE008
PDF, 15 pages
Date: May 2006
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