Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Lone Wolf AD&D Part 8 Encounter E-3
The corridor is unlit and comes to an abrupt end. The secret door is a wood panel covered with plaster and painted grey. The Druid's are not skilled at building and this is the best they could come up with. In the light of a candle there is a 1 in 6 chance of noticing then plaster even without actively searching for a secret door. If a lantern or even a torch is brought to the end of the hall then there is a 50% chance of noticing the plaster and a 100% chance if actively searching for a secret door.
One good swing will not only shatter the plaster but will also crack the board used as a door. This will cause the creature in room 5. to become aware that someone is approaching.
Inside this circular chamber is an uninjured Black Bear 3+3HD, The Bear is uncharmed but reasonably tamed by the attention of the Druids. Breaking the doorway will cause it to wake and sit in the center of the room waiting to be fed. If the door is passed without breaking it then the Bear will be sound asleep if wakened, In either case the Bear will only attack if attacked. If fed the bear will attempt to follow the characters and sit and gesture for food everytime they stop.