Crypt, Crypts, Dungeon, Dungeons & Dragons, Fantasy, Labyrinth Lord, Maps, OSR, RPG
The crypts under the Grand Cathedral in Javelin Hill are where the faithful and powerful are interred to rest in silence. But something went wrong. Probably linked to the burial of the Lord of Sunsets, minuscule stone “eggs” managed to work their way into the stonework and packed earth of the crypts…
Unfortunately, few travel down to the lowest level of the crypts and the “great mausoleum” at its centre – otherwise they might have noted the weird stone and earth “tumours” that were growing here, consuming the dead and reconfiguring the whole structure.
But now most of the weird tumors have opened up and revealed their contents – strange insectoid creatures of elemental stone incorporating the bones and grave-goods of those buried here. Some perhaps even show some understanding of who’s bones and clothes they wear.
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“Some perhaps even show some understanding of who’s bones and clothes they wear.” Creepy!
Dyson Logos said:
When that 12′ stone and earth preying mantis is tearing apart your neighbours looking for the tastiest marrow and pauses to look at you with your grandfather’s locket around its “neck” and the family crest on tattered grave-cloth… “Don’t hurt me, it is I…. Joseph… you look like your father…”
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Vicky Radcliffe said:
What an absolute treasure trove this site is. I am stocking a hexcrawl for my 10 year old son and his friends and so many of these maps and adventures can just be dropped in anywhere and used to fire their imaginations. They are finding mapping, fighting and puzzling so much fun. Thank you for providing these.
Dyson Logos said:
Thank you! I hope the hexcrawl goes great, and thank you for the support!