Eons of lava flow have created layers of igneous rock on the side of Mount Mahangua. In many places this has created treacherous footing where hard to see holes in the rock are surrounded by razor sharp rock edges.
Igneous Rock (CR 1)
The side of the hill is treacherous, as it is mostly formed from igneous rock.
Type: natural; Perception DC 18; Disable Device —
Trigger location; Reset automatic
|Lava flow here has made the terrain treacherous and uneven. In a few spots the rocks give way to expose small holes that can trap the foot. Igneous Rock (1d3 damage plus character is entangled and immobilized, DC 17 Reflex Save Avoids, DC 17 Escape Artist or CMD 17 to escape, treat entire area as difficult terrain)|
As the adventurers climb Mount Mahangua to reach the top, there are several places where they have to deal with deposits of lava covering the landscape. You can spice this up a bit by forcing the PCs to hurry over the landscape by having minor lava flow eruptions happen during the ascent. If the party is moving faster than normal, raise the initial Reflex save to DC 21. Should they get stuck, the lava deals 1d6 fire damage each round until they are free.
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