Once inside the ruins, the party continued to slowly comprehend the sheer magnitude of the architecture. It didn’t end with the giants’ steps: the ceilings were at least thirty feet tall, and they found enormously thick stone doors that took their combined strength to simply push open. To the south of the open-air level, there were the burned-out remains of the drow nests: large woven tubes of organic material all cris-crossing and stacked upon each other. It appeared that the Emerald Claw burned out any remaining drow to prevent leaving anyone to harass them from behind.
In the center of the level there was an area enclosed by doors, with packages of meat and carafes of wine stacked neatly by a door. While some of it was rotting, it was still much too young to be from the giants. The packages were wrapped in broad leaves from the jungle, and the jugs were simple clay, of seemingly drow design. When the party pushed in deeper, they were confronted with a huge, monstrous, and hungry scorpion. It was too large to escape on its own, and was apparently kept and worshiped by the drow. Its hunger for fresh meat was quickly crushed however.