Friday, December 13, 2013


4 BLUE ROOM. A large table holding a chest is against the north wall. A large wardrobe is against the east wall. This room has plaster walls and ceiling. The walls are painted light blue, the ceiling is dark blue, and the room has a yellow hardwood floor. Eight plain glass hinged windows are here.

The table is very large and sturdy. It has been made of wood and painted blue. The chest is locked; it contains four glass jars. The first two contain honey. The third contains holy water. The last contains twelve blue beetles (each about two inches long), which appear to be dead. If the last jar is opened, the beetles will fly out and attack.

12 Blue Beetles (AC 10; MV 12”; HD 1 hit point; hp 1 each; #AT 1 bite; D 1; XP 6 each)

Anyone who takes damage from one of the beetles will have a rash over the site of the wound for the next week. Over the next 1-6 rounds they will experience a bitter taste in their mouth that will last for the next hour. After that it will resolve. These effects are disturbing, but not otherwise harmful.

The wardrobe has been painted blue. It holds four sets of blue padded armor with special spherical mesh helmets. These suits were once used by apiarists working in the Enchanted Garden (Room 56).

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