Legends and Lore
The East Wind
When approaching the temple from the road leading from Timbervale an onlooker would not be overly impressed. Its structure is a simple design with the temple proper being a dome around 40 feet tall with two rectangular structures, only half as tall, branching off. The primary living quarters, and the paladin’s new home, is on the south side of the temple. It is a modest living space, but it is comfortable and can sleep himself and his companions if necessary. On the north end of the dome is a multitude of books housed by the Altanic library, named after Altain, who played an essential role in the acquisition of the library’s contents. While the temple proper is a simple structure the details of the architecture are exquisite, details that are lost on all from a distance and a great many up close. Inside this temple of Bahamut are four alters, while the temple is devoted to the Platinum Dragon anyone is welcome to worship one of the goodly gods at these alters. In the center of the dome is an open skylight that can be covered in adverse weather and allows natural precipitation to fill a pool directly below it. The tile at the bottom of the pool displays a magnificent rendition of Bahamut, the platinum dragon, and the ceiling directly above portrays seven golden dragons flying in a circle around the opening.