Thursday, June 19, 2014


39 DINING ROOM. Two hobgoblins dressed in Triskelion livery are dining on a meal of chicken and ale here.

Hobgoblin 1 (AC 5; MV 9”; HD 1+1; hp 3; #AT 1; D Black iron broadsword; XP 26) 5 gold crescents, 21 copper pieces

Hobgoblin 2 (AC 5; MV 9”; HD 1+1; hp 6; #AT 1; D Black iron morning star; XP 32) 3 gold crescents, 12 silver spanners, 18 copper pieces

In the center of the room are three fifteen foot long dining tables with seating for about fifty. The southeast wall is made of brick and contains a large fireplace, while the other four walls are murals depicting hunting scenes. Three glass chandeliers hang from the ceiling. A fourteen foot pole with a candle at its end (used for lighting the chandeliers) is leaning against the wall in the northwest corner.

The doors to Rooms 38 and 42 are cunningly built into the murals, so that servants could move unobtrusively to and fro. They should be treated as concealed doors from this side and the hobgoblins are fully aware of them.

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