This map represents a goblin cult’s lair. The northeast room’s tall walls are inscribed with caveman-like, ritualistic paintings significant to the goblins. Perhaps they are protective runes meant to ward against invaders. Perhaps they might give a blessing to those willing to pray to the goblin gods (or punish those foolish enough to think they can so easily trick a god).
The west rooms hold the remains of previous adventurers who were foolish enough to take the goblins lightly. As per the bottom layer, that’s where the cult sleeps, eats and performs their rituals.
The outer chambers are for bedroom, storage rooms and eating halls. As for the inner chamber, that’s where the goblin priests perform their rituals and keep their holy relics…
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