This morning when I woke I decided to not bury the bones out side the tower but to arrange them on the bedding that lay inside the tower and sing his spirit to the lands of his ancestors. The remains where much more likely to remain undisturbed here than under a cairn outside being so close to a Dwenmer door and the Falmer. I first went to the roof to welcome the sun to the new day, then returned to lay the un known traveller to rest. I hoped that his spirit could now find its way to what ever place his people went when they died. The task complete I stepped out of the door into the sunshine then walking to the stream I filled my water skins with fresh water before climbing back up to the door way. Scrambling over the rocks I reached a point opposite the door way the stream racing to the sea before me. The water travelled at such a speed it would be impossible to wade across. There was A fallen tree almost bridging the gap but it would be a risky task to traverse the stream by that route but there was no other so I must try. There was only the Dwenmer sphere sentinel to be dealt with first. Like the other sphere I had already encountered I was able to disable it with arrows. Now the path over the tree trunk must be followed to the other side. I slung my bow over my back and crawled across then jumped the last few feet to the platform. Once across I gathered what arrows were still usable and inspected the two spheres that yielded some Dwenmer oil and a few gems, what the gems did in these constructs I had no idea but they where found in all Dwenmer machinery so presumably they had some kind of function. A small flight of steps led up to the door and at its foot was a small table here I found another of the strange spheres. I still had no inkling of their purpose, but I had the feeling they where important so into my bag it went. Passing through the door I entered a tunnel that after a couple of yards began to slope upwards. Here and there lay piles of rubble but not enough to be a problem. At the top the tunnel turned left and then right and started to descend once more and at its end another door.
At the door I paused debating if I should go any further. I had learn little so far but had travelled quite far into the mountain. After some thought I decided to try one more door if the Falmer signs became to many I would retreat. The door opened onto a small chamber there where a few musical instruments and some writing materials but nothing of any real use at this stage. On the other side of the room a door led to a new tunnel now with a much higher ceiling, I must be coming to the main part of the complex. keeping as much as possible in the shadows I followed the passage. then I realized why stay in the shadows the Falmer cannot see, it was much more important to be silent and up wind of them so they could not smell or hear me. At the end of the passage was a very large chamber ,cathedral in its proportions. There was a small group of four or five Falmer in the room but they seemed not to have noticed me and left out of one of four exits. Opposite me was another open passage but left and right of me where two doors. As the group left I had a glimpse of the main cavern before the doors closed once more. The chamber looked to be some kind of meeting place or possibly a theatre I thought remembering the musical instruments. there where rows of stone benches each side of the chamber with an isle through centre. Also opposite the entrance to the main cavern was a raised platform that may have been a stage. the door behind the stage opened to an smaller chamber with tables and some more writing materials. The last passage led to a stairway and a small room. The Falmer were using the large chamber as a barrack room with small shelters spaced around the room. I had seen enough and back tracked back to the surface. Coming out back into the sun light I waited until my eyes became accustomed to the light once more.