Morwindl | Rising Tide
Temple of Fharlanghn
This unassuming wooden structure seems somewhat out of place next to the two nearby walled compounds that surround extravagant cathedrals. Boot the wooden temple maintains a powerful and quiet dignity that might exceed the conspicuous display of wealth the other two exude. The symbol of Fharlanghn is carved into the front door of this structure and graces each of the stepping stones on the short walkway up to its front doors.
the temple doubles as an inn that welcomes people of all religious affiliations, as long as they respect the building and its divine patron. Religious icons appear throughout the temple, but are kept subtle and unobtrusive in the majority of rooms. Rates are generally quite good, but with the understanding that repeat visitors are expected to leave donations to make up the remainder (or more) of the cost.
The temple is tended by Gerald Isslor, who keeps a handful of assistants to help upkeep the place.