There’s a Hole in the Dungeon, dear Liza, dear Liza

Dyson's Dodecahedron

In the north of Yán Kór several days travel beyond Dháru where the Kai’odrath Plains give way to the northern steppes is an ancient ruin dating to the Empire of the Dragon Warriors. Little remains besides cyclopean stonework indicating that a number of large structures in a walled compound once stood here. Beneath these ruins is a small cave with some expanded sections tiled in a pale rose-coloured ceramic that has survived the passing of ages better than the rest of the caves and ruins above.

There's a Hole in the Dungeon (300 dpi, no commercial license)
There’s a Hole in the Dungeon (300 dpi, no commercial license)

The main attraction down here are a set of twelve pillars of a heavy brown stone not native to this area that go down to an unknown depth beneath the ruins. Beneath the pillar cave is a second set of lower caves that wind among the pillars – accessible from the centre of…

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