We moved back to the main tunnel and studied the map in more detail. The dwarves decided that a secret entrance was nearby and we moved in that direction. After walking for about an hour we came upon a nondescript area of the tunnel that had a slight curve in it. Brecon stopped in his tracks and looked at the map. He told us that he believes the secret entrance is some sort of magical portal. We moved over the walls with our hands to try and find any more clues. Finally, Harlech came across a protruding rock that didnt seem right. Its was a slightly different color then the surrounding rock and was shaped very oddly. Without asking anyone he pulled down on the rock and that set off a chain of events that I could only describe as terrifying.
The rock was actually a lever that turned the floor below us into a swirling gray/black void that ate us up. We fell for what seemed an eternity. Suddenly we our fall started to slow and a light appeared below us. We came through, what I call clouds, and gently touched down in a immense cavern. I could barely make out the ceiling as there were clouds above. Huge globes of light lit up the cavern. Weird looking trees and plants dotted the landscape. We landed near a wall of this cavern, so the only way to go was forward.