A more..proper description via Murdy:
Murdy will likely have a Q&A in a few minutes, so keep an eye on this thread for the answers. That said, I am immensely interested to see how they handle the design of Pandora, as they could portray her in a grotesque manner; considering she was the first human woman created by the god of HephaestusSome doors are never meant to be opened… At the end of a dark and desolate street lies a rundown storefront. It looks like a relic from another time and place…something you might have found in a seedy, back alley in Victorian London...and yet this shop exists in the middle of this modern city…beckoning to us to step inside. The name above the door reads, “Pandora’s Cabinet of Curiosities".
Stepping inside we discover a bizarre shop, filled to the rafters with every kind of occultist artifact and forbidden relic known to man. A collection of evil trapped behind glass cabinets…waiting for someone to set it free....No one seems to be minding the store…in fact, we’re quite alone…that is except for a strangely seductive, female voice who tells us, “Anything can be acquired…anything our hearts desire…
At the far end of the shop is a giant, ornate box inlaid with human bones. The most striking feature of this mysterious box is the form of a woman with skeletal arms clasping around her body…as if they were trying to restrain her! The voice beckons to us again...."Come inside!
Welcome to “The Curse of Pandora’s Box” a terrifying new original maze that transports us from the land of the living into the nightmarish netherworld of Hades, populated by fearsome monsters inspired by Greek Mythology! Get ready for a trip through a nightmarish Netherworld where the demonic temptress Pandora serves as your guide! Once the box is opened…and evil has been unleashed…it can never be closed again!