Dungeons need walls, to separate the ceiling from the floor, and this supplement provides 100 different walls that can be added. These could be used as a source of potential curiosities or hazards, or perhaps as potential adventure hooks. Alternatively, they may simply be used as walls to flesh out an otherwise uninteresting room and, perhaps, pose a puzzle that lacks a true answer.
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The wall consists of a hard, woody substance that has been smoothed down, with grain running parallel to the floor. The woody material is all in one piece and it can be identified as being an immense root that has been cut back to form the wall.
The wall consists of packed sand, although every now and then a small trickle of sand slides onto the floor.
The wall has been covered with tiny pieces of mother of pearl, each less than 1" square, making it shimmer in different colours as the light strikes it.
The wall is covered in black limestone tiles, each 4" square. At waist level is a single row of tiles that are white.
The wall is a dark pinkish colour that feels pliant to the touch and seems to shrink back from contact.
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