66 STATUE AND TREASURE. This short passage terminates in a gray statue resembling a writhing worm wrapped around a sword. Four corpses are here. One is a twilight dwarf, while the other three are gnolls. All show signs of having been fed upon (by the harpies) recently. The harpies keep their treasure in an untidy pile: 376 copper pieces, 222 silver crescents, 543 gold crescents, 85 Sealean copper zithers, 18 Sealean silver harps, a gold ring worth 350 gold crescents , a silver plate with an embossed head of a griffin valued at 100 gold crescents , and a silver scroll case worth 55 gold crescents.