Friday, February 3, 2017


14B UNDERGROUND LEVEL. The stairs from Room 14A descend for about fifteen feet. This room is lit by the green glow coming off of three large cables running from the floor to the ceiling (the three green squares on the map). About twenty metallic keeper's bodies (unanimated) are lined up against the west and south walls, along with normal gardening tools (clippers, shovels, hoes, rakes, etc.) Three metal doors are in the north wall.

The cables hold green goo and pump it up and down from the pool of the keepers in Room 14A to a storage reservoir when it is restocked with nutrients. If the cables are damaged, 2d6 keepers will activate in Room 14A and come down to investigate. They are willing to attack in order to maintain the cables' integrity.

Keepers (AC 6; MV 12"; hp 5 each; #AT 1 fist; D 1-4; SA Possession; XP 15 each)

Each of the metal doors in the north wall is about 4'x4' and five feet off the floor.

Door 1 holds large amounts of horse manure that the keepers have been storing as fertilizer. They haven't handled it properly so it will pour out on whoever opens the door.

Door 2 holds bags of seed corn, wheat, rice, etc.. A giant rat has been gorging on it and has grown to an unusual size.

Giant Rat (AC 7; MV 9"//3"; HD 2; hp 10; #AT 1 bite; D 1-6; SA Disease; XP 48)

Door 3 holds a Spade of Colossal Excavation.

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