The almost serene ruins of the House of Githaleon give way to damp and crumbling darkness beneath. The walls of the main undercrofts of the church have given way – the masonry fallen in often taking down parts of the ceiling and collapsing entire areas and choking the stairs with rubble and debris. The old crypts (the left side of the map) are crumbling, damp, and choked with roots from the aspen above. The secret passage in the crypts leads slightly downhill to a small doorway in the foundations of a long-gone house at the bottom of the hill. The ruined undercrofts are a breeding ground for green slime and a single grey ooze that feeds on the slime.
But deeper levels under the tower are still hidden behind a swollen and locked door. This section is in fairly good repair, with mouldering tapestries and one collapsing section of wall the only reminders that this area has been undisturbed for a few centuries at least. The last divine construct guardians of the House of Githaleon remain here, waiting for priests to call upon them, and watching for those who would despoil these halls and the relics hidden within.
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