Another Friday, another set of tombs and crypts for your exploration.
Again this week’s map was drawn in (classic HB #2) pencil on plain white paper, scanned and contrast enhanced for your viewing pleasure. I decided to go completely freehand for this one, using no grid at all to guide my hand and design
The Lost Crypts represents a natural water-excavated cavern that has been used in ages past by various cultures as a repository for the dead. Over the years some other residents have moved in and departed, but one crypt remains secure behind a secret door along the old river path (the bottom of the old river path, on the top left corner, is probably full of old skulls and skeletal remains of lesser persons who were buried with the river or in the pools here to be close to the renowned elder in the secret crypt).
Along the new river path there is a well concealed cavern containing a small shrine and altar.
And of course, you can see where the grey and or purple worms have dug their way into the cavern, and then departed, disrupting even the flow of the river with their excavations.