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This the map of a prison, it’s got three levels. The main floor which has a temporary cell, an armory, sleeping quarters for the guards and an office. The second floor which has the prison manager office, the storage room and a balcony.
And the prison level which is underground. Areas are separated with cage doors. The first part has a check in desk and quarters for the guards. Also some storage rooms for prisoners possessions. Next, inside the prison proper, there are baths, a dinning room and kitchens. After the last caged area, there are the cells.
This area is great for a prison break scenario, whether the PC’s have to break out of jail, or break in to help someone else get out of it. At any given moment there are 3d6 city guards working in the prison. The Prison manager is a seasoned veteran. Depending on the setting and party level, the DM is free to adjust these numbers or the type of guards. There could also be anti-magic cells or even a local spellcaster whose job is to control pesky magician prisoners.
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