This list comes from Tyler at Held Action.
- Half a footprint leads into the wall.
- A loose brick with no mortar holding it in place.
- A wall sconce is slightly askew of true.
- An innocuous, if out of place, drain in the floor conceals the opening mechanism.
- A semicircle drawn in the dust from by the dragging corner of a revolving panel.
- A loose baseboard panel covers a latch.
- The corner of a tapestry pokes out of the door frame.
- Liquid or another fluid substance — i.e., melted wax, runs under the frame.
- A fine coat of plaster dust signals a door to mocked up match the masonry.
- The torch flame flickers, indicating a draft passing between stones in the wall.
- The tip of some unlucky adventurer’s blade is wedged between the door and jamb — this secret door also only opens inward; it’ll take some shoving to move the last fellow’s body.
- Scratches in the paint indicate the nearby bust’s nose rotates.
- The chandelier overhead droops lower than the rest, as the gear to which it is attached has begun to slip through wear.
- Light rapping suggests this section of wall is significantly less thick than that on either side.
- The mural in which it is concealed shows the outline in the flaking in the pigment.
- A rat hole at floor level leads into what should be sheer bedrock, by the map’s reckoning.
- The halberd held by the decorative suit of armor resists being bumped a little too strongly, being attached to a pull chain in the floor.
- The fountain built into the wall shows no sign of running water’s effect on its basin.
- The wardrobe has no rear panel.
- The gargoyle’s slightly wider left eye allows an adult-sized finger to push the catch hidden within.
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