Right Way 1
As you round the corner, your footing falters as you slip on the wet sloped stone. It is just enough slope that you slide for a while before catching on a loose brick on the wall. Righting yourself on the edge that is dry, you are able to make your way down the rest of the slope at your own pace. It leads past a door, but abruptly ends at a wall that looks like an afterthought. Your attention turns to the door, it is locked. The lock appears rusted on the outside, which can be expected for an old place this humid.
You could turn back, but reckon it would be easier to find a way through the door than fight your way back up the slope. What do you choose to do?