“A dynamic lair is a small dungeon or lair, created in advance like a point of interest, which includes 1-3 encounters.” ACKS page 236.
Last time was the measly centipede, albeit the giant kind, and this week, the chimera:
The Dragons’ Den
In the sheltered cave along the shore of the Blistering Lake, a mated pair of Chimera lair. They hunt along the shore mostly, sometimes venturing as far as the farms on the border between the two kingdoms. Their cave consists of a large central chamber and three side caves, one of which holds their nest, another their gathered treasure and the bones of their more humanoid victims, and the last whatever carcasses they have recently preyed upon.
- Scroll of Ward against Elementals
- 1 jacinth or ruby (8,000 gp)
- 1 Opal (750 gp)
- Sword +2
Chimera (2): AC 5, Mv 120′ (40′) & fly 180′ (60′), HD 9, hps 49, 30, #ATS 5 (2 claws, 3 heads), DMG 1d3/1d3/2d4/2d4/3d4, Sv F9, ML +1, AL C, XP 1,300; ACKS page 159; dragon head breathes fire 3/day, 50′ long by 10′ wide for 3d6 damage (save versus breath for half).