Goblin Queen (She/Her/Hers)
According to Amazon, my notebook arrived today, so I’ll be transferring my work from yesterday into it when I get home.
Finally home from the winter travels, but too wiped out to get to room 2 yet, so...
Room 6 - Toilet
This 5'x5' room with a 10' ceiling has a 17" tall seat with a hinged wooden lid on it against the east wall (opening to room 9 below). The ceiling has continual flame cast on it. The door has a sliding lock on the inside that could be easily picked from the outside and would fail on an 18 Str check. On south wall there is a small stand with a metallic bowl (suitable for washing hands in), a 1 gallon water jug, and a vase with several very fragrant flowers on top, and a shelf below that with a stack of several layers of soft moss. If there has been no commotion outside, there is a 2% chance during the day and negligible chance at night that someone is using the room and it is locked.
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Room 10 - Kitchen Trash Disposal
A 5' wide by 15' long room with 10' ceiling. The three small holes (6") holes in the ceiling go to the bottom of the sinks in the kitchen above. The room smells faintly of decay and there is the faint sound of running water. The bottom 5' of the north wall clearly seems like it should move, and a 20 Str check can forcibly slide it up against some resistance (with something able to support 100 pounds weight being enough to easily keep it propped open at whatever height it is lifted to; it will slowsly shut once that is removed). It opens at 6 and 10 (both am and pm; goes to room 9). From 6 to 10 the medium gelatinous cube (see room 9) is doing cleaning duties. From from 5:30am to 6 am and 1:30pm to 6:00pm there will be a small amount of food and water on the floor by the first hole waiting to be cleaned (dropped around 5:30am for breakfast preparation and around 1:30pm for lunch preparation). The part dropped at 7:30pm for dinner preparation will be gotten right away. There is a 5'x5' a slightly dented thick-metal fine-screen on the floor in the middle of the room that allow water to escape (and observation would reveal the floor slopes very gently toward it). The screen takes two more successful 25 Str checks to break (something already had one success from below - see room 11), and there is the sound and smell of running water below. It is fastened shut with two strong metal bars that can be slid out with no difficulty to allow for the grate to be lifted. There is a very nice butcher knife blade and tang on the floor, the handle has apparently been dissolved away.
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