On a possibly unrelated note, I've heard the title "Queen of Air and Darkness" before, but it was not in a D&D context. Is it Feywild related?
When Everyone is Super: a Miniguide to Classless Damage Boosts
The Mind's Eye: a Psion Handbook
Bladesingers a-go-go: a list of my Bladesinger builds
The Comprehensive Guide to Alternate Goals in Combat
I know she's supposed to be sneaky and manipulative, and if she finds out that a party of adventurers have the thing she wants and are trying to bring it to her, she'll probably do something more subtle than send a horde of demons after them. I just haven't worked out what yet. I'm also still trying to get a feel for her personality.
Okay, the party wants to kill Lolth. That's the premise of the campaign as far as they are concerned; it's a goal the players have wanted to pursue for a while. One of the things they'll need to do is find a way to make her killable; e.g., not discorporate at 1/4 hitpoints like gods tend to do. In this case, what they need is a particular artifact, an enchanted dagger that will make Lolth vulnerable if she's stabbed with it.
There's a 3-part campaign that starts in Arvandor, visits Carceri, then ends in the Demonweb. these are all locations relevant to what I'm doing, so I strongly suspect the files I just downloaded will have useful material.
I am the Magic Man.
(Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.)
I am the Lawnmower Man.
(I AM GOD HERE!)
I am the Skull God.
(Koo Koo Ka Choo)
There are reasons they call me Mad...