The party cautiously enters the suspected tomb of Thorion. Shortly upon entering the walls and ground seeming move around them in sporadic fashion. The decorative stone statues lining the hallway slowly come to life and start following the adventurers.
On their way down a the set of stairs past the entry way, all three adventurers notice a scrape mark above the stairwell.
The tomb is crawling with undead. The first room entered was littered with decrepit skeletons and magical rune traps, which helped the party as much or more than hindered. Breach was able to control the runes while Lia and Kildrak lured some other zombies and skeletons into the traps.
The second room explored was home to a young black dracolich. The beast started with a toxic poison breath, with which Kildrak had trouble overcoming. The undead dragon seemed clung near a magic fountain as it was steadily defeated by the party. I couldn’t get a good shot to reuse it’s breath weapon as Lia and Breach kept their distance.
The fountain and a statue of a forgotten deity still retained their curative properties: a sign that the place has not been completely corrupted. And the dragons not so meager hoard was taken by Breach, Kildrak, and Lia.
At last the burial chamber was explored, and it seems that the inhabitants of the sarcophagi had all been Zombified. The undead were quickly dispatched, and the coffin of Thorion was empty save for a broken piece of staff.
At the bottom of a once hidden, but now falling apart, passageway, a pedestal with a leather bound book entitled Arcanes Enlades was surrounded by failing magic wards.
On their way out the part was blockaded by the statues in the entry way. In an impressive feat of athleticism, Kildrak was able to push past one statue. Lia was able to leap over them. And Breach was able to run past when an opening appeared, caused by the shifting walls and Kildrak’s distraction.