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Cut into the cliffs of the Forbidden City are a number of temples, crypts, ruins, and other structures. Most have been taken over by one faction or another that dwells within the city. This particular structure is cut into the cliff face in the northeastern portion of the city looking over the encroaching swamps and has become a bastion of the mongrelfolk – a place to hide from the bugbears and to keep the bullywugs from coming deeper into the city.
The main chamber of the complex is a three-tiered affair that was once home to a statue of some ancient snake god. With the fall of the yuan-ti empire, and gradual collapse of the city, the statue was taken down and moved elsewhere. Now that main chamber is lit by small fires on all three tiers the main areas are used as communal sleeping and cooking spaces with the upper tier being home to the twisted mongrelfolk sorcerer and apprentices.
The walls of the complex have been defaced – partially covered with crumbling mud stucco over the original masonry in many places, and the frescos and bas reliefs of the yuan-ti that have not been covered in stucco have been defaced by tools and/or pigment along with written-out curses against them, their bloodlines, and egg-groups.
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Kudos. I’ve glanced over both this module (I1) as well as B4, but never had the opportunity to play through or run either. I love the concept, and hope to get to experience them myself one day. In the meantime I’ll tuck this little map away and daydream…
The Rambling Cleric said:
I really like the 3-D aspect of this map. Nice work.
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DM Tiefling said:
Love the isometric dungeon design!