Stepped Pyramids are a perennial favourite adventure location – usually hidden away in deep jungles as left over reminders of ancient civilizations. Some are still in use by the original builders, others have been adopted by whatever throwback civilization has taken over the location or inherited it from their more advanced and knowledgeable forebears.
The stepped pyramid has three interior levels, reached by an access at the top of the pyramid proper – so pull on your “boots, tall, soft” and get climbing up those stairs. From the top shrine, stairs lead down into the linear first level of the temple and at the end of the level there is a shaft leading straight down (without ladder of course) to the mid level of the structure (look for the small L-shaped alcove just north of the secret stairs down to the base level – there’s…
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