Saeth finished chewing, then mused, “Well, I suppose we’d better finish looking around up here and then find that dungeon.”
“Saeth, I agree,” said Nicolai. “And after we finish, I recommend this tower as a source of good quality stone that can be better used elsewhere.”
Feldard, who had been frowningly gnawing on some dried meat he’d come across while the servant was questioned, merely nodded at the Elfs comment. He hefted his axe to his shoulder. “I’d suggest one of you humans keep a close eye on the servant.” He then moved on out back into the hall and towards the next door.
“Yes, one of you humans should do that.” Having eaten, Saeth was glad to be excluded from another sedentary task. She trailed the Dwarf out.
The next room was merely a storage room, containing various odds and ends such as dishes, broken furniture and clothing. A quick search revealed nothing of interest.
The group proceeded on to the next room. Outside the door, Ashira indicated that they were her quarters. Inside the room was dark. Ashira touched a silver panel on the wall, matching the silver panels that the adventurers had noticed in other rooms. As her fingers touched the panel, a glowglobe illuminated the room with light.
The room was sparsely furnished with a straw pallet and a small chest. There was a small closet in the south corner, its closed door facing east.