The Company of Light and Shadow
Temple of Mystra
Outer Courtyard and Outlook
This whitewashed temple appears to have been recently built. A cobblestone path leads to the main gate of the outer courtyard of the temple. To the left of the main gate stands a large, stylistically simple statue of a woman. A smaller, freestanding stone building stands to the south of the temple.
Shan Thar is the leading cleric of the courtyard.
This large room is closed off from the sky, but tiny points of light glitter on the otherwise oil-black ceiling. The floor is tiled with obsidian slabs, and three rows of square pillars march across the chamber from north to south. Torches are ensconced on the east and west surfaces of each column. A plain stone altar stands alone near the chamber’s center.
Starweaver Fembrys is the high ranking cleric that performs the daily ceremonies to those who wish to earn Mystra’s Sacred Trust.
Slabs of obsidian line the floor, walls, and high ceiling of this room. Two thick, square columns each hold a single blazing torch on their west face. This arrangement provides uneven light to the front of the temple, but leaves the temple’s further recesses in shadowy darkness, especially the two large stone figures set in the rearmost alcoves. Also poorly lit is a dark stone altar set forward from the statues but behind the direct light offered by the pillars.