Dungeon Map – The Shambles – Part 1

The Shambles – Part 1

“The origins of this place are a mystery. Was it once a village stacked atop itself by bored giant vagrants? It certainly leans towards such uninspired aesthetics.” – Concerning the Shambles

By Ethan Hudgens

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“The Shambles… A stack of village buildings, masonry and architecture that has confounded the people of New Lingston for ages. The people there are afraid of the mass of wood and stone, and with good reason I say!  The origins of this place are a mystery. Was it once a village stacked atop itself by bored giant vagrants? It certainly leans towards such uninspired aesthetics. Lazy, some would call it to stack and smash building together in such a way. And yet you cannot deny its impossible standing. Which is why I do not believe the giant theorem. In such events the ground floor house, but a cottage with simple wood and stone construction, could not support the weight of any of a guard’s tower, a barn filled with animals nor what appears to be a statue of the Fool. The fact that it hold all such things on its simple foundation leads me to believe that it is impossible. Which leaves us to our other two candidates…”

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