Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Dungeon at Small Creek Part XVI
The tunnel beyond is hand hewn for a good six hundred feet before returning to a natural tunnel of around ten feet wide, though it varies in width. Where the worked stone ends there are picks, shovels and mortar buckets left in what looks like mid-use. The wooden handles are dry and cracking, the mortar is solid, the wooden bucket falling apart around it. There is no natural light and no light stones so torches or magic spells will have to be used to see anything. Not too far into the natural tunnel spider webs start to become thick and eventually giant spiders appear in the tunnel.