Here be division by zero.
The air was warm down below. Warmer than what a cave should've been.
We had ended up in a storage area. No cause for alarm. Still, we took a moment to spread out and verify the contents. Blocks, blocks, and more blocks. Most of them had never been used before, simply kept as some way to clear the stone out from everyone's path.
We found a corridor on the west wall. It used a green glass ceiling, allowing us to witness the source of the heat: a magma reservoir.
"What in the world are they hoping to accomplish with that?" said Mace.
I shrugged. I was becoming desensitized to the surprises already. What was one more on top of the pile?
Anyway it's not like a band of dwarves can be so reckless as to dig out a whole mountain to turn it into a magma storage. - Shurikane
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