View From Outside

Protruding as a blasphemy to the cloudy green grey dark sky stands the ziggurat of flesh. made of red bleeding humid large bricks of stone. Examining the stones closely reveals carving of hideous faces and animals all mixed up together in some painful dance of ecstasy. The boundaries among every brick contain maggots swirling in a white mass which is washed by a drizzle of blood that flows at the suture of brick borders. The ziggurat have a quadrangular base. Coming closer to the ziggurat makes one feel nauseated of the bad smell of rotting flesh.

Elements within the ziggurat

The flesh ziggurat

1. Entrance
Large bricks of carved stone lead to the entrance of the ziggurat. The entrance have thick large lintels. Symbols of Doresain King of Ghouls[1] decorating them. among the symbols are: The ghoul skull, The severed female head and the spilled guts.

2. stairs to upper balcony
These stairs lead to the upper balcony. the semi-cyrcled stairs at the sides of the corridor lead to the lower "pool level" The entrace to the balcony is closed by a steel gate with no locks. to open the gate the players must turn around the 2 keys. the two keys are the two gargoyles located near the blood bath at the lower level.

3. The balcony and The Negative Portal

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4. The Blood Bath and The golem

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5. The Gargoyles

Turning these two gargolyles 180 degrees opens the steel gate located between the stairs to the upper balcony and the The balcony.
The missing fingerOne of The two stone gargoyles has a Broken Finger. Mending The broken Finger with The Finger Piece found on one of the The Necro Mage Gnolls reveals an opening in the Gragoyles mouth. Inside the mouth a "Ring Of Brief Blessing"[2] can be found.

6-8 The pulsating Cyst
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  1. Andy Collins, Bruce Cordell (October 2004). Libris Mortis, p. 16-17. Wizards of the CoastISBN 0-7869-3433-6.
  2. Andy Collins, Eytan Bernstein, Frank Brunner, Owen K.C. Stephens, John Snead (March 2007). Magic Item Compendium, p. 122. Wizards of the CoastISBN 0786943459.
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