The Caverns of Quasqueton II
1 Falling Rocks Trap
1 Magical Mace Trap
2 Assassin Vines
3 Animated Armors
1 day and 1 night
1 Ring (50gps)
1 Ring (20gps)
1 set of Golden Brazalets (250gps)
1 Gems Necklege (150gps)
1 Cup (50gps)
Total Value = 850gps
Treasure per Adventurer =
5 mastercraft arrows
5 books valued between 50-500gps
Book #1—A historical work, this book, written in the common tongue, outlines the history of the civilized area within 100 miles of the stronghold location. It contains nothing remarkable. Reference Tome for the skill Knowledge (History).
Book #2—This tome is apparently an encyclopedia of various types of plants. Although the various illustrations given within provide a clue to its topic, it is written in the language of elves, so it will not be understandable to a reader who does not know the elfin tongue (unless a read languages spell is used). Reference Tome for the skill Knowledge (Nature).
Book #3—This volume appears unremarkable at first glance, seeming to be a notebook with many handwritten entries of undecipherable runes and markings. It is actually a diary kept by Zelligar, and it details one of his adventures from the distant past, written in his own hand. The writing is not discernible unless a read languages spell is used. This book is really of no value to any finder, but a book dealer/scribe/librarian would pay up to 50 g.p. for it. Of course, if the book is sold in this manner, the seller risks a 40% chance of word of Its sale getting out as a rumor, with attendant problems developing as those who hear of it seek out the finder for further details.
Book #4—This work, written in the common language, discusses weather. Although well-illustrated with drawings of meteorological phenomena, descriptive text is sparse. Some cryptic notes written in the margins were apparently made by Zelligar, but these are undecipherable without a read languages spell and are actually nothing more than notes such as a student would make in studying the work to highlight important points. Reference Tome for the skill Knowledge (Geography)
Book #5—This work, written in the common language, discusses engineering. Well-illustrated with drawings and diagrams. Some notes written in common in the margins were apparently made by Roghar, but these are actually nothing more than notes such as a student would make in studying the work to highlight important points. Reference Tome for the skill Knowledge (Architecture and engineering).
601 Experience Points per Character
50 Puzzle Awards for four characters