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The Treasure of the Tierra Padre (DM: Pbartender, Judge: Knight Otu)

This really brought back memories for me...it was my first Living EnWorld Adventure.

  • The Red Dragon outside the Red Dragon Inn is female.
  • River barges ply the river Roars, but there are some rapids and waterfalls that give the river its name.
  • There is an ancient stone bridge spanning the River Roars on the way to Lathirn. The river is 20 yards wide there, and runs swift and deep.
  • There is a clearing on the north side of the river by the bridge over the Roars on the road to Lathirn. There is a firepit in the clearing.
  • The clearing by the River Roars and the road to Lathirn is an excellent campsite, shielded from the road by trees.
  • At the entrance to the campsite by the road to Lathirn is a narrow, knee-high pillar.
  • At the opposite end of the campsite from the road to Lathirn is the remnant of the old road to Fallon.
  • The terrain south of the River Roars and between the road to Lathirn and the River Grellgo is low hills with sparse wooded areas.
  • At the mouth of the Grellgo, the Grellgo is wider than the Roars, sluggish and muddy.
  • Near the mouth of the Grellgo, the river is waist deep, with knee-deep mud for a bed.
  • It would take a feat of engineering to bridge the wide Grellgo near its mouth.
  • There are trees growing near the mouth of the Grellgo that can be used to string ropes across the river to ease a ford. The river is over 150 feet wide.
  • The land east of the Grellgo and south of the Roars is uniformly swamp.
  • The flat top of the dam in the river Roars is 2 feet wide with ankle-deep water flowing over the top.
  • The mill race is just wide and deep enough to let a rowboat pass.
  • The foundation of the old mill by the Roars is a yard high and wide, enclosing an area 30 feet square. A dirt path leads off in both directions along the riverbank.
  • Rupert Vaneelkelen lives in a wealthy part of Orussus, not far from the Red Dragon Inn.
  • The path leading downstream from the ruined mill by the Roars leads to the clearing by the stone bridge on the road from Orussus to Lathirn.
  • The only dry ground and suitable campsite in the clearing less than a day south of the ruined mill on the river Roars is the top of the hill in the middle of the clearing, by the dead tree on the top.
  • The "tree" atop the hill in the clearing in the swamp south of the ruined mill by the River Roars is actually made of smooth black stone.
  • There is a tunnel entrance in the side of the hill in the swamp south of the ruined mill by the River Roars.
  • The tunnel in the hill south of the ruined mill by the River Roars has a shoulder-high ceiling of flat stone and a muddy bottom carved in loam.
  • The tunnel in the hill south of the ruined mill by the River Roars is slippery and slopes down from the entrance.
  • The tunnel in the hill south of the ruined mill by the River Roars slopes down for 40 feet to a room carved from stone 60 feet in diameter and 10 feet high, with a small pool opposite the tunnel and stalactites and stalagmites scattered around.
  • The pool in the chamber under the hill south of the ruined mill by the River Roars is 15 to 20 feet deep and filled with clear water. There is a small ledge on the far side.
  • There is an underwater tunnel in the bottom of the pool in the chamber under the hill south of the ruined Mill by the River Roars, leading away from the chamber.
  • The tunnel at the bottom of the pool in the chamber under the hill south of the ruined mill by the river Roars proceeds horizontally for about 60 feet, then turns up a shaft to emerge in another chamber (there is air at the top of the shaft).

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