Inside The Howe

Each Square = 5 feet

1: Entrance Passage

The entrance passage behind the Phase Door and illusion narrows from thirty feet to ten over a distance of fifty feet. The floor comprises irregular but even flagstones and the walls are stone neatly laid. The capstone is formed of several large stones supported by the walls. The passage slopes gently down towards the north. At the far north end of the entrance passage, the way is blocked by a solid stone door.

2: Forked Passage

This chamber has a pair of corridors, each 10’ wide running off to the north, one from the western end and one from the eastern end. It and the corridors are faintly illuminated by lanterns hanging close to the ceiling. Each lantern gives off a soft white radiance. The western passage has several doors set into its western wall.

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