Skeleton with Loud GongSkeleton with Loud GongThis is a trick often used by Golfo and his minions to alert monsters within the labyrinth of the presence of "visitors." It is simply an undead skeleton holding a small gong. The skeleton is placed standing somewhere in the dungeon waiting. When the skeleton perceives any approaching creature it will begin banging on the gong. The gong is enhanced by magic to be unusually loud. The skeletons are usually placed just inside of a chamber. When adventurers enter through a door, the skeleton reacts and sounds the gong. Often the skeleton is placed partially behind a partition stone wall or behind iron bars in a niche, which gives it fifty percent cover and a +4 to its armor class. The skeleton will not defend itself, only bang the gong until it is destroyed or it no longer perceives the adventurers.
Portrait of GloryPortrait of GloryThis is a magical painting which can be found hanging on a wall somewhere in Golfo's labyrinth. Normally, the painting is nothing more than an image of grey nothingness. The image changes to become a beautiful and flattering portrait image of any person approaching within thirty feet (typically meaning when a person enters the room in which the portrait hangs). If more than one person approaches the painting at the same instant, one person is randomly selected to become the subject of the image. Once the person depicted is no longer within range of the painting, the image changes, shifting to depict another standing near or becoming blank again if no one is within its magical range. If more than one of these paintings hangs in a chamber, each painting will depict a different person. If only one person enters a room with multiple portraits of glory, each painting will depict only that one person (in various glorious poses). The paintings seem exquisitely crafted