Dodwaen Temple

Dodwaen TempleDodwaen Temple has a fairly straightforward design and typically represents the Gods of Law.

The entry-hall has a tall steeple with bells at the top that are rung to call to faithful to worship and on celebration days.

The central dome has beautiful frescoes of the Saints and of the Gods on their chariots of fire. In the center is tall statue of the stern All-Father, the Law-Giver, and his huge marble altar. Around the perimeter are small statues of the Saints and the other Demi-Gods of Law.

On either side of the entry-hall are the libraries and archives where the clerics work. Both have ladders that grant access to the steeple.

In the rear are the mediation chambers and offices of the senior clerics of the Temple. The stairs, though, descend into the catacombs and the Common Quarters. That map will be featured next week.

In the meantime, I’ll get around to detailing this map a bit further, but if one of you wants to dress it up for me, I’d be happy to feature it on the blog!

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