Traversing the Feywild, the party happened upon a campsite. Spying a metal eye upon a pillar, an Arcana check revealed it to be a sleep trap. Quickly climing the pillar and disabling the trap, Drizzit dropped to the ground only to be perma-dazed by a will o the wisp, who animated tents and burning logs to pummel the party.
Surviving the camping trip from hell, the party continued on, finding an elevated structure with a terrain map of the area, and two rope bridges, leading off in two directions. Trusting to the hand of fate, the party went north, bypassing what looked to be a graveyard, dimension dooring past the potentially troublesome rope bridges.
The pleasant nature of the Feywild gave way to a dead/dying area, where the party found a structure not normal to this land. Entering the building, the party found a well with a platinum key at the bottom. Zevon handily retrieved the key with a cantrip, but the water animated and repeatedly attacked, eventually enveloping and vanishing the wizard/swordmage. Having no idea where he was, the party retrieved the key again from the bottom of the well, and fled the trapped room. Zevon appeared in the nearby river, heading toward waterfalls and serious damage, but managed to make his way to shore quickly, and made his way back to the party.
The group continued on in the structure, and found an eladrin maiden chained to a wall. The maiden, however, was some type of composite swarm creature, that, along with two other swarms of beetles, only took half damage and seriously challenged the party. After a protracted battle, with the party out of healing, and a dying Zevon on the floor, finally the last swarm fell, and the party survived its most serious challenge yet.
In that same area of the structure, was a large sundial with an enchanted lantern circling the sundial. It appeared the lantern rotated 60 times faster than normal time, and there was a way to halt the lantern’s rotation, freezing it at a certain time. The use/utility of the key and the sundial/magical brazzier were not immediately apparent.