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September Challenge: Tombs of the Naruth: Room 6

Part of the September challenge.

Tombs of the Naruth

Room Six: Path of the Faithful

Accessed via the second door in room three.

This long room is where the faithful passed through to their ultimate transformation.

First Impressions

A long, wide room with plain walls and a dusty dry floor of cross-shaped flagstones; at the end is a stone door with a pattern of a sunburst, painted in gold, before it.

Further Observations

The opposite door is locked, with no obvious way of unlocking it. The pattern is gold leaf, flaking but intact.

What’s Inside

Before the rear door is a sunburst pattern engraved into the floor, each line painted with flaking gold leaf (100 gp worth); the pattern radiates magic and blocks access to the door.

When anyone steps inside the sunburst, a powerful white light illuminates them, and unless their eyes are tightly shut (or otherwise protected) they must make a save versus magic or be struck permanently blind; success means they are merely blinded for 1d6 turns.

The door then unlocks, and remains so for a round before locking again.

More tomorrow.

Other Rooms:
Room One
Room Two
Room Three
Room Four
Room Five

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