Scarlet Monastery has always been one of my favorite dungeons. It's nicely designed -- the winged layout allows it to be run in bite-sized chunks, each wing and each boss provide interesting challenges (and, for the first time, require you to be able to work well in a group), and the loot is great stuff that you're likely to use for quite a while (anyone else hit level 60 still using the Illusionary Rod from Doan?). And beyond all of that? The scenery is quite incredible -- especially in Herod's chamber, where statues of great heroes look down on you as you battle. This shot, sent in by Ampersand of We No on Eitrigg, shows off Herod's chamber quite nicely.

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