None of these parts of the design yield to pressure like the wedges did.Steevo looks at the middle. Are those buttons? Is the central thing a button or a dial? While standing in front of panels 5 and 6, Steevo hits the botton closest to panel 2. If nothing happens, he then hits the button for panel 1, then the central button.
When you hit the 4th section (7th in the first sequence), the entire panel vibrates and hums, and then it grinds slowly inwards, and then to the side. Breathable air with an unfamiliar scent, acrid and tinged with metal, reaches your nostrils.I'm gonna try hitting patterns of buttons and then the center. Starting with 2, 1, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3...
Steeveo sees no obvious signs, but he knows well that not all magic is obvious.Is anyone using magic?
There don't seem to be two separate "sides." The charge of the mobs should have them converging at the foot of the pyramid. They emerged close together and do not mind or guard against each other.Is one side better equipped than the other? Is one side winning?
Gazadhim looks at the banner, dumbfounded for a moment. He then raises it high with one hand, nodding approvingly as he does so.One of them rushes forward with something in his hands - when he reaches within a few meters of you, he falls to one knee, bows his head and presents you with the enemy standard, mounted on steel pole with an elaborate metallic base.
Gazadhim is surprised by the balance of the banner; the pole is hollow and made of an extremely light metal but the base is heavier than it looks; an elaborate metal mechanism. The standard pitches awkwardly in your hand.Gazadhim looks at the banner, dumbfounded for a moment. He then raises it high with one hand, nodding approvingly as he does so.
The savage warriors murmur in guttural unison. Then they all stare at the group of you as though waiting for something.He turns back to the crowd and says "Praise you all" in Dwarvish, knowing they will not understand it but he has to say something.