The Forgotten Temple of Tharizdun

FTT18 - The Dwarf Enclave

Company of Wolves return to the Aboleth’s domain and open the Moon door in the Flooded room. On the other side, they discover a resitance force of Dwarves. Calling themselves Keepers of Hate, they had barricaded themselves in this area of the ziggurat, sworn to fight to the death the aberrant monsters that built the temple.

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FTT17 - The Grand Stair

Meenlock

The Company of Wolves find a pit with two Meazels. Injected with all kinds of diseases, these wretched humanoids are living experiments of the Mind flayers. Next the the pit is a shrine for the Chain god protected by undead guardians. From the sacred spiral in the shrine two reapers appear to claim the souls of the unfaithful. The reapers initially ignore those who are touched by the Tharizdun’s Spiral of Madness until attacked. The dread zombie guardians are only truly slain by fire or radiant power.

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FTT16 - Nightmare out of Time

The Company of Wolves is being followed. The three gargoles cross the time-door and join the Company of Wolves in the Ice Chamber. The creatures once again fly over and turn into statues close by. The Company sets off to continue their exploration of the ziggurat.

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FTT15 - The Wrong Door

Ice chamber

After fighting with the purple worm, the Company of Wolves set camp on the other side of the bridge. While resting they see the gargoyles flying around their camp and turning into stone in different locations around the camp. Like vultures they seem to be scavengers waiting for the right moment, but the Company is too big for them to dare to strike.

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FTT14 - The God of the Deep

View of the bridge

After exterminating a Black pudding ooze, the Company of Wolves continue their exploration of the Forgotten Temple. They discover a matrix table that can change the type of energy that the temple feeds. And in the same area there is a mysterious crying statue that drops black tears in a bowl. One of the exits from the room is blocked by a time-door with a Star keyhole.

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FTT13 - The Temple Entrance

Entrance pit

The ancient dwarves of Deepreach build four elemental barriers to close off the ziggurat temple forever. They encased the ziggurat in a cube of stone, and afterwards flooded the entire vault where the ziggurat stood. They also created an invisible force wall surrounding the temple. The final barrier the dwarves established to stop the temple ever being open again was a fire breathing dragon. They had made a bargain with the creature to guard the ziggurat. The dragon slept until now.

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FTT12 - The Guardian of the Temple

Forgotten Temple

In a once underwater vault, the Company of Wolves discovered a giant stone cube. Earthquakes revealed the cube to be a stone shell build by the dwarves of Deep Reach to encase a mysterious dark ziggurat. Having unearthed the dark ziggurat from it’s rock case, the Company of Wolves discover that there is a force barrier protecting the ziggurat.

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FTT11 - The Forgotten Temple

While resting in the Chanter’s Cave, the Company of Wolves notice bubbles emerging from the quaggoth’s sacred pool, and suddenly a body bobs up on the water. The missing legs quickly identify the body as being of dwarf engineer Darren. His neck is broken and twisted in a revolting fashion.

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FTT10 - Primal Fury

Crying caverns

The Company of Wolves climb down the pit in the Grell Cave and reach a giant cavern dominated by the ruins of an old dwarf tower. There they discover that a tribe of quaggoths captured Storvirk’s boar Grumpy and is using it for shooting practice.

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FTT9 - The Grell God

In the river cavern, the Company of Wolves see the ruins of an ancient dwarf outpost next to a tunnel. They find hidden behind a dwarf statue a secret vault with 500 gold pieces.

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