Arcology and Portals Links
- Arcology info and entrance page | Portals, The Lost Arcology | Portals, long distance
- Portal, close up, Type A | Portal, close up, Type B
- empty lands, Southern Hemisphere, portal | The Great Erg, Southern Hemisphere, portal
- The Great Open, Southern Hemisphere, portal | Wildlands, Southern Hemisphere, portal
- Wildlands 2, Southern Hemisphere, portal
- top level Entrance, outdoors
- inside top level, Tier 01 | Tier 02, Part 1 | Tier 02, Part 2
- Tier 03 | Tier 04 | Tier 05
- Tier 06 | Tier 07 | Tier 08
- area 1
- area 2
- area 3
- area 5
- City Cave 01
- City Cave 02
- Goblin cave 01
- Goblin Cave 02
- Goblin Cave, 03
Updated this page: April 3, 2016.
Sort of based on B4 The Lost City D&D module; however, it will be significantly altered. I have read a discussion on B4 at Dragonsfoot’s forums. Very significantly alter B4.
The game rules for this scenario will be Mazes and Minotaurs.
This will be basically an arcology of mutliple levels. Several levels of stone above ground, and several levels below ground.
There will be several portals on Crest of a Star that lead to this area.
Mazes and Minotaurs rpg manuals
Note that I don’t have lots of free time. So this will be done as I have time to work on it.
Doesn’t look like any surface part of Crestar… maybe all of it is underground ? Or maybe in a parallel universe ? The different color mountains will be explained later.
The green mountain near the blue oasis is the arcology.
I did make it 37 miles high… it is now 1/2 mile high and 0.85 mile wide. ( 0,85) That still leaves lots of room for passageways, rooms, vaults, traps, etc.
A close up of the area. Huge skeleton in Dead Lake.
Note the ruins near the arcology. Construction workers homes perhaps ?
That isn’t grassland, but green sand. Makes for a tougher journey than that gained at first glance. A Ranger or Elf will notice it is sand, not grassland, from a distance. It should be obvious to any character that walks or rides on it that it is green sand.
Close up view of the pyramid. 11 levels. Half mile high. Each stone level is 240 feet. That isn’t a lawn, but a moldy area.