There are supposedly many tiers of dungeons, ruins, and deep ritual spaces beneath the Abbey of the Iron Star. With the fall of the Abbey to infernal forces, the understructures have become infested with the Fallen – minor demons who have formed into tribes and staked out claims to various portions of the dungeons.
While individual fallen are no more of a threat than an orc or a human bandit, they roam in small tribal packs lead by their gibbering “shamen” who in turn pledge allegiance to one or more of the infernal dukes in exchange for hellfire and the ability to reanimate their kin when slain.
But the fallen packs are but a nuisance and they know it too – they immediately make way for the more powerful denizens of the Abbey who come through here both from above and below. And while they are aware of the secret door into area 17, they do not know how it is triggered – only that the Abbess, the Gaoler, and the Red Smith gather here on occasion and that any fallen getting in their way is slain and cannot be revived by the shamen.
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