By Laura Hickman, Tracy Hickman, Philip Meyers
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Contributors; Tracy Hickman, Laura Hickman, & Philip Meyers.
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I15. Tapestry Room >Strands of torn and rotted cloth hang limply from cables 2 feet below the ceiling to within 6 inches of the floor. Play: Close examination of these strands will reveal that the cloth was once tapestries, now well rotted with age. I16. Forbidden Stair >An old stone staircase, covered with dust and sifted sand goes down into the earth. Play: The stair is 90 feet long. There is a Trap/Trick half way down the stair, dropping the character onto the pit where the Monster is. Monster: In the pit under the stairs are 20 skeletons (AC 7; MV 12"; HD 1; hp 3 each; #AT 1; Dmg 1-6; AL N) each holding a spear.
Only one woman at a time may bear the symbol and only so long as she lives, or until it is passed on to the new bride. The old beliefs say that the first bride has great power over evil because of the mark on her hand. Nadron thinks this is superstition and that the mark is important only for the sake of tradition. The symbol has not yet returned to the altar; therefore, the bride must still be alive. The truth about the white palm tree near the oasis pool is that if one plants a date from the tree while praying to Anu, the date will grow into a full-sized tree in only one week.
A large pile of ash is in the center of the room. Soot covers the walls and ceiling. Play: Both Treasure #1 and Treasure #2 are in the ashes in the center of the room. The runes carved on the Treasure #1 are found in Lore. Treasure #1: An old sealed bone case with runes covering its exterior. Within is a map also covered with runes, as in Lore #2. Treasure #2: The Star of Khan-pelar is buried in the ashes. ) Lore #1: There is a 30% base chance to read: "Property of the good mage Martek, do not open.