Wow, no new posts this whole time? Shouldn't be surprised, the idea was OK, but I didn't take it any further. Ah well, back to the grind.
So what about a building that was man-made that the gods took from the face of the earth because it was being used for cult experiments and gained a mind of it's own? It could be a wandering tower, forever cursed to roam the icy wastes. If one entered this tower, it could shut the door and all of the windows, so that the person would have to reach the top to escape. As a Rather angry demon house that served as an experimental place, it could be fairly hellish inside, with living, moaning heads on pikes and the like inside. Think Doom. I'm just wondering if that would be a good idea, and I just, yet again, thought it up on the fly, but I intend to later flesh it out. Thanks for all of your help everyone!
EDIT:Man, that's a small bit of information up there, huh? I think i'll flesh it out now...
Appearence: on the outside it almost appears to be a normal tower, but has an ominous aura, possibly an aura of fear or what have you, within 100 feet of it. It has five floors, and the top is crenulated. The bottom has four feet, similar to those of a large sphinx if the flesh upon them was removed.
On the inside first floor, as on all of the above floors, it is a perfect circle with one window, which is opposite the door. The window is stained glass and if viewed from the outside appears too be a plain red stained glass window. From the inside, however, it depicts various scenes of hellish carnage and is infact sickening to look upon to all but the most hardened of warriors, who will still turn their heads away in disgust. All of the floors inner walls are covered in sinewy, pulsating flesh, vains, and organs.
Floor 1: The room is circular, and besides the above description has only three points of interest. The stairs, a table, and a picture on the right wall. Upon the table is a book bound in flesh, and is subsequently impossible to open. It holds upon it a geas spell that causes any who try to open it to do so continually while the demon bound within the book slowly devours their soul. Luckily it is a very weak geas spell, and a remove curse affect of any sort will dispel it immediatly, much to the dissatisfaction of the monster within, a lesser demon of some sort that then attempts to rip open the book and attack the party. The picture on the wall is of one of the pc's parents, which could breed infinite plot hooks. (My dad was an evil cultist? So that's why my teddy bear did that...) The stairs of course lead up to the next floor, and therefor will not be mentioned in the next floors.
Floor 2: This room appears empty compared to the last one, and is in fact void of any furniture or objects of any sort, except for the dust on the floor. Of course, that is too good to be true. The dust is in fact a lethal sort of "contact acid," which becomes acid under any sort of pressure, like being walked on, but it is only enough to melt through the shoes or armor of a person, and has no effect on living flesh. It burns through the ground as well however, an in between the cieling of floor 1 and the floor of floor 2 is a large amount of contact poison. Fancy that.
The rest is coming soon!