The Dalrodey End

At the end of a branching of a natural cavern, suddenly there are straight tunnels hewn into the rock.  What had seemed like an unoccupied cave (other than some snakes and a few thousand bats) suddenly reveals itself as having once been a location with some habitation and a considerable effort to create a complex of rooms.


The project was obviously far enough along that its builders installed doors to close off a number of rooms.  But also, the complex clearly was not finished, since several hallways end with rough, unfinished ends where excavation was clearly continuing.

This is an older map that I had sitting for a while and which I just rediscovered.  Maybe I didn’t post it earlier because it wasn’t quite completed.  Rather than touching it up, I’m leaving it as is, at least for now.

As usual, feel free to use for any non-commercial purpose, or contact me if you’d like to use this on a commercial project.



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