Temple of the Dragon
Supposedly, a dragon sleeps beneath this ancient structure, built by some long-‐lost civilization not recorded. In fact, even the long-‐dead Anurites of Cataba make mention of the temple as being of ancient, unknown origin. For thousands of years, though, a sect of priests from all parts of the world, human, faerie, Celestial, and Infernal, have cared for and protected the temple, claiming that the sleeping dragon offers them insight and magical abilities. This sect has kept the Alacran language alive for centuries, claiming to have learned it through dreams. Ambassadors and researchers from all the known civilizations maintain residences here for the purpose of study and diplomacy. The Chief Priest is viewed as a king by many foreign dignitaries, though he would argue against such a depiction.