The earlier parts of the caves, closer to the surface, were easy to get through.
The colorful rooms with fantastic stalactite and stalagmite forms. The walls with crystalline flecks glinting in the lamplight. The rivulet coming from the tiny passageway and running across the floor like a miniature river carving its way across the floor before disappearing into the narrow crevasse for places far, far deeper.
Then came the Burrows, and they were something different. These were not natural caves. These were round tunnels that someone -or something- had made. They twisted around, writhing through the earth, almost. Like a decapitated snake, thrashing back and forth.
And then the Burrows became tight and twisted, and then suddenly opening into a large stone chamber with a pair of bronze doors…
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