The waters along the back of these old limestone caves are almost opaque and nearly pea-green in colour. Nonetheless they are some of the only waters in this part of southern Zorisz.
The central space of the cave contains a small house, with roof and everything, that currently serves as the home of an ancient dwarven druid-priest and a few initiates who both quietly meditate upon and guard the caves. The dwarf offers purified water to those who desperately need it, and those who can pay for it – others know that the lower cave near the north entrance is an easier place to full buckets and barrels of the murky green waters before bringing them back to their lairs elsewhere in the desert badlands.
The ancient druid-priest also offers the occasional prophecy, visions, and of course wild spiritual journeys for those willing to drink the essence of the flowing caladon waters that he collects, purifies, and concentrates.
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