Scriptorium carvings

Analyzing the carvings on the walls of a chamber in a hidden temple of Zura beneath the shiv indicated that this chamber was once a scriptorium where books and scrolls sacred to the worship of Zura were transcribed and illuminated.

  • This temple was built over an even more ancient temple, one that was dedicated to a deity referred to only as the “Beheaded One,” an entity that was apparently an enemy to the ancient Zura cultists.
  • Several prayers seem to indicate that the ancients made use of undead slaves created from both “humans culled from the unbelievers and slaves of the Beheaded One.”
  • As much hatred as the Zura cultists had for the “slaves of the Beheaded One,” they also seemed to despise their own kind-especially those they called the “misbegotten of Saventh-Yhi.”

Scriptorium carvings

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