Nate, Tim, Jake, Jeff, and Brian enter the pagoda shaped temple of Lolth. The temple is richly decorated with designs of spiders, demons and spider webs. They enter the empty foyer and search several empty meeting rooms. Moving further into the center of the building they find what appears to be The Demon Queen Lolth, 30 feet tall and floating in a radiant column of orange light guarding a wall that looks like the night sky. Jeff shoots a few arrows that pass through the illusion and enter the night sky wall as if it was not solid.
The group decides to explore a large curved staircase heading underground and fight off several giant black widow spiders and drow guards. In the basement from a dark opening a giant sized spider web shoots out, capturing Brian and easily dragging him, Brain a 24’ tall storm giant. This is the real Lolth. The fight was brief and Lolth swiftly found herself in need of turning herself into a gaseous form and escaping upstairs through the night sky wall.
The group follows into the night sky wall.
They enter Lolth’s Demonweb. All pathways of the Web are 20' wide and appear to be made of some type of polished stone. Close examination will reveal, however, that there is a slight movement in it. If characters study it further, this movement will resolve itself into the bodies and faces of distorted humans; these are the lost souls of the Abyss, trapped in this material as their punishment. There are no walls or ceilings around the pathways; instead, there is a billowing, grayish, repulsive-smelling fog. This fog stays at the edge of the pathways and forms a ceiling 10' above, making a corridor of sorts. If explored with some caution, characters reaching into the fog will discover that there is nothing beyond the mist, in any direction, to see or touch. Furthermore, due to the billowing fog, vision is reduced to a maximum of 60' and a minimum of 10', varying with the changes in the fog. Neither infravision nor ultravision can penetrate the fog. Anyone reaching over the edge of the path will discover that the pathway itself is only three inches thick. All pathways are separated by 40', no matter what level the characters are on nor what level the underpass or overpass is.
One of the unusual properties of the Web is that no matter how many times a pathway is crossed, or crosses over itself or another path, it always remains completely level. There are no ramps, slopes, stairs, or inclines anywhere on the Web. Impossible on the Prime Material Plane, it exists here simply because Lolth wills it. Lolth has also placed a permanent feather fall on the underpasses and overpasses of the Web. When characters step off the path, one of two things will happen: if there is a pathway under the characters, they will float gently down to it; if not, they will be swept away in the howling winds of the Abyss, to be forever lost