In a clearing of the jungle along the southeastern ridgeline is a large square obsidian platform. It extends fifteen feet up from the jungle floor and stretches sixty feet on a side. A broad set of steps leads up to the platform in the center of the side facing the southeast. Ascending the steps is symbolic of ascending the mountain. Each corner of the platform as a large square pedestal nine foot tall with a stone gargoyle on the top that is staring at the center of the platform. In the center of the platform is a square of grey rock ten foot on each side and three foot high. The four sides of this block are all engraved with writing in some ancient language.
(Originally in Dungeon Magazine #13)