Note: This information was taken from TSR's original AD&D adventure, the Temple of Elemental Evil.
For the players: This place is 20' x 30', with three doors
in the southern portion -- east, south in
the west corner, and west, A high, broad
fireplace with numerous side ovens dominates
the north wall. The fireplace is
large enough to roast a whole ox. The
room is littered with broken containers
and dishes, trash of an unidentifiable
sort, and pieces of wooden tables,
counter tops, and the like. Several skeletons
are visible, including one which
appears to be that of an ogre.
For the DM: Within the darkest recesses of the unused
fireplace dwells a giant poisonous snake. It
is coiled and may strike by surprise (50%
chance). It has not eaten for a long time, and
is very hungry. It can strike to 8 foot range,
half its length, and attacks any creature
coming within that range.
Snake: AC 5, MV 15", HD 4 + 2, hp 21,
#AT 1, D1-3 + poison, SA bite = save vs. poison;
take 3d6 damage if made, die if failed;
attack range = 8' 1/2 length); XP 495
Near the ogre skeleton is a usable
shortsword (its "dagger") and a leather sack
containing 84 gp. These are hidden under a
small pile of nondescript debris.
The ten-foot-square rooms were used for
crockery storage and food storage, respectively
for the south and west areas. Their
contents are broken and smashed; foodstuffs