Surface map of Khilla keep.
Room 1) drawbridge looks disused and rotted wood. A close search will show rotted wood covers wood in good shape. Wood strong enough to handle a typical load for a drawbridge of this size… someone is at home.
Room 2) broken tower tower appears to be demolished by normal seige equipment. Nothing of value in the debris.
Room 3) tower looks in dusty and unkempt state.But the stairs and the roof are in good shape.
Room 4) tower looks in a dusty and unkempt state.But the stairs and the roof are in good shape.
Room 5) tower looks like something large was dropped on it from high up. No remains of the dropped item.
Room 6) tower looks in dusty and unkempt state.But the stairs and the roof are in good shape.
Room 7) tower looks in dusty and unkempt state.the stairs and the roof are in bad shape. 20 percent chance to fall apart if more than 2 characters use them. They obviously look in bad repair, the stones are cracked.
Room 8) old hall
4 Brigands, Fighter level 2, NE have leather, long swords,
long bows, 40 arrows each. 2-5 gold pieces each. Food and water
in the room. A few chairs and blankets. The fireplace is in good
shape, but wont be used during the day.
Room 9) old kitchen Brigand Leader: Fighter 5 NE, leather +1, long sword +2 NE has 2 scrolls of Protection from Undead and 150 gold pieces.Brigand Leutenant: Fighter 3 NE, leather +1, long sword +1 NE has 75 gold pieces. Pickings have been slim recently as more and more caravans are heavily protected. They are thinking of moving, but are not sure where to. There seems to be an increase in adventurers in this area.
Room 10) former lord’s room caved in, nothing of value
Room 11) gatehouse the murder holes are still usable.
Room 12) old store room 25 giant ratsThe brigands know the rats are in here and stay away from them.
The large broken wall area between tower 5 and room 9 looks like something large hit it from outside the Keep, traveling at high velocity. This isn’t normal siege debris. What ever did the damage, isn’t here.
Map 1: 233 gp equivalent