- Celumir the Elf brags that the group killed a vampire. You're not sure whether to believe him or not. Dude is built like a half-starved broomstick. It's hard to imagine him killing fleas successfully, much less actual dungeon monsters.
- Pavel the Halfling, who adventures in nothing but a loincloth (revealing far more halfling fur than you ever really wanted to see), is carried back from the dungeon, unconscious and covered in acid burns.
- Blixa the Thief claims the group penetrated the dungeons of Castle Dundagel, the ruins overlooking the cave (as seen here). He has a map that he will sell for coin or magic items. Blixa says the map indicates where the infamous Dragon of Dundagel may be found.
The main access between the levels below Dundagel uses the vertical geomorphs I tricked a bunch of people into making a while back. Thanks again for all that work, folks! Initially I tried passing off the vertical geomorphs as normal dungeon interactions. This was a mistake, as either I have to come up with the missing depth of everything on the spot or do a lot more preplanning than I want. Next time anyone ventures below the towers of Dundagel I'll just be up front about when the party is in the vertical zone and only talk about east, west, up and down. North and south will be glossed over as less relevant.