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Built long ago this ancient structure now lies dormant. Pedestals, beams, platforms and walkways have crumbled over the ages leaving a dangerous trial that few are willing to attempt, for to fall would certainly lead to death.
Roots and ferns have grown over some of the old stone floors, while a supernatural icy formation covers others and yet still, eternal fires burn far below the platforms and a large fiery orb hovers complacently filling the chambers with light and heat giving combatants an additional challenge.
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LUKE: The founder of Seafoot Games, Luke's been making maps and RPG games since he was a child, and spent over a decade creating his own game systems from scratch to play with his brothers. That was before he discovered other TTRPGs existed. Now, he paints the realistic grimdark fantasy battlemaps we're known for, helps write adventures as needed, and spends his free time printing and painting 3D minis, as well as working on his forever in-development TTRPG system.
BEB: Luke's wife, Beb's been writing, painting, and graphically designing things her whole life. She published her first book when she was 20, alongside a handful of sci-fi short stories, and was responsible for writing almost all of our adventures until mid 2022 when Steve joined the team. Now she mostly creates the outlines for the adventurer's guides with Luke, graphically designs documents, handles the bookkeeping (or as she likes to call it, bureaucrat wrangling), and manages the website—but she is slowly delegating these responsibilities, so she can focus on raising her and Luke's beautiful son.