The torture chamber is a standard affair of rack, manacles on the wall, fire pit (cold) with iron pokers in it. There is a table with pincers and forceps and small knives clamps and so on…..But what is interesting is there is a complete skeleton hanging from the manacles on one wall.
Some are drawn to the skeleton right away as the bones should not be together. The skeleton moves slightly and then speaks startling the group. “I will not give in no matter how long it takes” the skeletons head raises, its jaw moving, yet there is no tongue or anything that would indicate it was capable of speech.
The party attempts to engage the skeleton. “Who are you?” and “Why are you here?” At first it seems the skeleton is answering their questions with various statement s of defiance, like “You will never break me!” and “I shall hold out for as long as it takes” Poking and prodding the skeleton does nothing but bring more statements of defiance. The party finds the keys and unfastens the manacles. The skeleton continues to stand there, its arms in the air as if it were still manacled, still making defiant statements.
There are 3 more cell doors to the back of the chamber. 2 are empty and one holds a shimmering blob in the shape of a Kuo Toa. Appearing as pink tinged jelly sculpture, the Kuo Toa moves slightly shuffling in the cell. Speculating that the Kuo toa has been eaten by some sort of slime or jelly they blast at it with fire magic through the door opening.
Finding nothing more they retreat back to the larger hallway.