|A villa in the Vaults of Pahvelorn|
This map should probably look rather familiar to my players, as it is the first villa within the cavernous area beyond the upper eastern door. The state of these rooms has moved on, and I think they have found all of the architectural features, so it should be relatively spoiler-free.
The vertical layout is probably not clear from the map. Rooms 2 and 3 are "standard" underground chambers, whereas rooms 6 through 14 make up a villa which is part of a buried city in a cavern. The floor of rooms 2 and 3 are at about the same level (a bit higher) as the roof of the villa. Area 15 is an alley. The "W" in room 3 is an open window looking down over the subterranen boulevard (20' drop).
This was the original key.
- Empty. Roof: connects to room 2 by a hole blocked by a shelf. Looking down into area 98.
- Entry chamber. Mosaics of prosperous farms. Statue in the center. Warrior in breastplate, arms outstretched. Hand missing. East and west doors are wizard locked. Restoring the appropriate hand unlocks the door. Lutratar has possession of the hands.
- Sitting room. Both doors wizard locked. See area 7. Pounding can be heard within. 2 beastlings have been imprisoned within as punishment for disobedience (they were badly created). He has left them here until he has a chance to correct them somehow. "Sustenance" runes keep them alive.
- Model of gardens on a table. Miniature rivers filled with mercury. Small figurines to scale.
- Courtyard. Dry fountain. Empty earthen vessels. 10 giant rats.
- Benches. The ruins of a large table.
- 5 grimlings. AC7, HD 1/2. Axe, mace, morning star, curved sword, dagger. Each has a well carved children’s toy, worth 1d6 GP.
- Was once a library of scrolls. Several scraps remain, along with racks along the wall. If the NE racks are examined a seam in the wall can be seen. The treasure room is beyond: on a table is a brass jar (600 SP) and unlocked steel box (40 GP).
- Both doors wizard locked. See area 7. Empty shelves.
I think I improvised a bit of minor loot to room 14, because I'm pretty sure the PCs found something in there but I don't have anything on this key. Either that or there was a note somewhere else that I'm missing right now.
Both my mapping style and my keying style has changed significantly over the course of my experience running Pahvelorn, but I still thought it would be interesting to share this.