This hall was built at the behest of Bradrig, summoner of the great devourer, master of the kraken, lord of the seven isles, and so on and so forth. Completed shortly before his death, he would accept petitioners here where a doppelganger would sit on a high throne and pronounce “the will of Bradrig” Upon his death, his six doppelgangers were immediately slain by staff dedicated to exactly that purpose, and the throne in Bradrig’s Hall was replaced with a statue of the summoner of the great devourer.
For the last 187 years the hall has been sealed and quiet, but with the return of the kraken to the seven isles, people are returning to the old ways and beseeching the aid of the long-dead Bradrig. And thus the hall will be re-opened! I’m sure no traps were set when the hall was closed up – but just in case, perhaps some hearty adventurers can take up the task instead of a few lowly functionaries of the seven isles?
Every Monday for the last few months, I’ve been posting a five-room dungeon / structure / adventure site using the 5RD tag. This is the fourteenth such map in the series and likely the end of the series for a few weeks or months.
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