Last week, on Plebs:
Our heroes have reluctantly (to avoid crucifixion) agreed to investigate, at the urging of the teenager Aedile Quintus, the rich bathhouse of wealthy Egyptian owner Tutmose, to find evidence that it has been a front for his plot to smuggle mummies into Rome for dark purposes. The individual members of the group, by very varied means, discovered an underground lair beneath the bathhouse.
Quintus' lictor, Lucius, who had been sent to shepherd the party's investigation, has grown nervous. He decided to send the carriage GPS (General Property Surveyor) Minervus to see what was taking the party so long. (One of our regular players who was unable to make the prior two sessions of this game, was able to join us for this finale, hence the appearance of Minervus).
As they carefully approached the door, the drunken Simodo leaned upon the warning mummy. It was attached to a tripwire.
Spying a locked door, Jahls, still carried in the basket, pried the hinges off. A passage lit by a dimly flickering taper lay beyond. Jahls decided to leave the basket to speed their travels.
He was surprised even further when Stapulus, Simodo, and Minervus burst into the room, their approach covered by Pignus loud screech as well.
Cursoria examined the inscriptions on the wall which mentioned the long dead Imhotep and search to be reunited with his love for all eternity. Unfortunately, none of this was removable from the stones in which they were embedded. The party moved on to seek further evidence they could take back to Quintus.
These led to a larger chamber in which two ornate doors stood along one wall and a small gold panel with three carved figures on another. There was also a guard.
As they fled back down the hallways, two additional mummies emerged from the room into which the earlier encountered guard had fled.
Minervus the GPS produced a small vellum scroll from his robes and began unrolling it - scrolling through the document and lengthening it to a nearly impossible degree.
"I hate to use this thing this way - it's my Terms of Service."
He tossed it onto the two mummies, setting them ablaze.
The scenery I used for the underground is the new plastic modular dungeon set for Dungeons and Lasers. Here's some pictures of the whole layout: