Mummy's Mask

B11. House of Pentheru
Foyer

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Brightly colored columns stand in the four corners of this foyer. Hieroglyphs cover the walls and tiled floors, obscured in places by piles of dust and sand. Open archways lead to the north, east, and west, while a set of stone double doors exit to the south.

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B30. House of Pentheru
Pentheru's Tomb

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A stone sarcophagus rests atop a stone platform occupying the southern end of this room. The lid of the sarcophagus bears the likeness of a man and is inlaid with gemstones and trimmed in gold. Two lacquered benches run parallel to the east and west walls just north of the platform. Hieroglyphs line the walls of the chamber, and stone torch holders are set in all four corners

[ Beastiary – Adherer.

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B29. House of Pentheru
Unfinished Crypt

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An earthy scent fills this large chamber. The ceiling and walls are tiled with stone, but the ground is bare earth. Stone benches are set against the east and west walls, and torch holders are mounted in the corners and on either side of a wide doorway to the west. The beginnings of several shallow, rough passages have been started along the eastern wall and in the southwest corner, but the excavations are incomplete, ending in earth and rubble after only a few feet. At the south end of the room, a short, wide flight of steps descends to a set of stone double doors.

Beastiary – Ubashki Swarm

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B28. House of Pentheru
Preperation Chamber

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The air in this chamber is cool. The walls and ceilings are tiled with stone, but the floor is hard-packed earth, giving the area an unfinished quality. A long stone table rests against the western wall, flanked by two large brass urns. A flight of steps ascends to the south, while two passages lead north and east out of the room.

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B27. House of Pentheru
Staircase

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The decrepit staircase creaks and groans in complaint as feet come thumping down the ageing stairs. The staircase is battered but beautiful. Although it looks tired and worn down, there are signs of a past; scuffed bronze handrails, iron swirled balusters and the patches of polished wood that shines in the soft light.

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B26. House of Pentheru
The Undershrine

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A stone altar sits upon a raised stone platform in the center of this square room. Caryatid columns carved in the likenesses of male and female figures with their arms crossed over their chests and khopeshes or ankhs in their hands stand at each corner of the platform. Empty torch holders are built in all four of the room’s corners. Two stairways exit the room— one climbs to the south, while the other descends from this chamber to the north.

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B4. House of Pentheru
Family Mausoleum

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A rectangular stone building sits in the northwest corner of the estate. At each corner stand columns carved to resemble men and women with their arms crossed over their chests. A set of stone doors stands in the southern face of the building, carved with bas-relief faces of two men. Hieroglyphs are carved into the doors just beneath the faces.

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B7. House of Pentheru
Guard Quarters

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This small, one-room structure is devoid of features, save the ruined remains of furniture that have all but disintegrated with the passage of time.

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B6. House of Pentheru
Guard Quarters

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This small, one-room structure is devoid of features, save the ruined remains of furniture that have all but disintegrated with the passage of time.

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B5. House of Pentheru
Servants Yard

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A spacious yard fills the compound east of the house. To the east, several small stone outbuildings have been built right into the compound’s outer wall. A well stands between two of these outbuildings, opposite a stone table and benches that sit in the shadow of the house. To the west, two sets of steps, both flanked by columns, lead up to doors into the main house. To the northwest, an open doorway leads into an extension of the house, next to a small structure with a domed roof.

Beastiary – Asp
Beastiary – Death Dog

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