The stone would hold the same ultraviolet sparkle that the above-ground ones did, to the only member of the group who could see in that spectrum. However, with a lack of much light at all… it would be a challenge to see much in the gloom. Their lanterns did a decent job, but candles or braziers along the walls would have been much more appealing. Sadly, it seemed that the only thing here was… stone.
The stairs were rather even, and soon they ended on a flat plain. Tanen, at the front, frowned at the two options ahead. There was a flat wall to their left, no help at all. In front of them seemed to be a doorframe, though it lacked a door. To the right was an empty space, opening into a room that seemed to be pure blackness.
”Forward or left?” Tanen mused, glancing at the others. ”Forward” the old lady declared, and began marching in that direction, despite the lack of light. ”Alright!” her companion called, before rushing up to bring an orangy glow to the way ahead.