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It gets worse when you realise there’s a basement.
The Dwarves have a bit of a penchant for big, important, historical treasures, and the Iron Tombs is probably one of the more important in their history because it was first responsible for Canute’s conception and then responsible for allowing him to bring the highest population of demons to Avbaroy in history after he desposed his stepfather.

As a consequence of being tremendously villified and full of ancient evils right near the heart of Dwarven civilisation, Magnus sealed the Iron Tombs permanently when he defeated Canute. Whilst this does mean Bedelia and her team have a good few feet of solid rock to dig through, they’re pretty much right in the center of Earthlake’s tunnel network (which, naturally, weaves all around the chamber) so they’re pretty much set for breaking into city…provided they can survive the things still trapped inside the tombs…

Posted by: Lying

6 Comments »

  1. Ah, of course. Giant, tombs filled with evil, evil stuff.
    Kind makes me all warm an fuzzy inside. Reminds me of that time I played Dwarf Fortress…

    :P

    Comment by Nutty — January 10, 2011 @ 3:42 am

  2. Mmmmm, ancient horrors sealed away in an underground tomb… fun. :D

    Comment by dragongirl13 — January 10, 2011 @ 5:03 am

  3. Who thinks we are going to have an outbreak soon? Because I sure think so :P

    Comment by Grim — January 10, 2011 @ 5:22 am

  4. That tomb thing at the top right where Bedelia talks about their origin has it’s head sideways. Was that intentional?

    Comment by Kumo — January 10, 2011 @ 6:19 pm

  5. Part of the locking mechanism.

    Comment by Lying — January 10, 2011 @ 6:29 pm

  6. Hmm… another aerial view of something that looks like a symbol.

    Comment by Gark — January 11, 2011 @ 4:05 am

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