Other tips: since I've been doing Organized Play stuff, I have been doing a lot more letting players come up with stuff to put in. If you see people start getting bored, instead of the next room ask players what things from their past has the Stone Thief eaten. Possibly use the tables from the Hall of Ruin (in the Gizzard) to suggest stuff. Probably the most fun the players had in the last session was dealing with a soul-stealing sword from the cleric's sordid past, which I added in after the players were getting a little sad after not doing so well in the previous puzzle room.
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