Not certain of their next move, the group returned to the elevator, and studied the socket for the missing connector again. Realising that the wire was too sort too reach, Maddie decided to try bridging the gap with her old thieves tools. Surprisingly, it worked. The message on the wall now read Elevator on line, and the line reading Deck 4: Engineering was now in the same colour as the one that read Deck 3: Science.
With that accomplished, they returned to the surface world to rest for another night. While above ground, they visited the Temple of Brigh again, to see Khonnir Baine. He told them that a cure for his problem may be in the area where they found him.
A plan to find the cure was made, and they ventured back into the caves, after a good nights sleep with a recharged Maddie and Kellen. This time, Juha stayed behind, and Camlo set off with them.
Camlo suggested they make their first stop the room with the big golden button, and press it again, but before they could get there, they once again encountered the Skeletal Kasatha. The encounters forced a decision to explore the whole of the desert environment and make sure everything was sorted there, leaving no enemies behind (except maybe the Skeletal Kasatha) A total of seven skeletons were vanquished, before they found the caves that may have once been the home of living Kasatha. shattered untensils and primitive cave wall paintings were evident, and Kellen said some of the drawings reminded of his dreams of ‘Tentacular Rapists’. Another picture was of an oblong shape burning in the sky, that reminded Maddie and Kellen of the legend of the Rain of Stars.
Nisha’s explorations led her into an area where one of them was trapped in sand which felt like a gel had been applied. Tentacles whipped up from the sand, attacking her. The group found themselves fighting something famiiar, only this one seemed tougher than the last Ghelarn.
After the Advanced Ghelarn was defeated, they made their way to room with the big golden button. Maddie pressed it, and the table lit up. They walked to the room where they had beaten Hetuath twice before, and once again, there he was, ready to fight. Behind him, they could see the desert environment lit up as if it were day, and they made short work of Hetuath