The old church sits on a low mound hidden among the white aspen trees that have grown around it and in some cases through the outer stonework of the structure. The House of Githaleon was a place of respite and quiet away from the city, and that feeling is still strong here in the daylight, although the slightest breeze makes the leaves of the aspen clatter and shake, sounding almost like running water from a distance.
When the master of the temple passed on, the church was maintained by a few acolytes for a while, but other tasks and employ ate away at their time and the structure was abandoned to the wilderness.
To some, the silence of the hilltop ruins is a darker portent. Trails through the trees in winter indicate that something lives within – most believe it to be wild cats, but some are certain that someone lives there with these animals as their companions. A dark druid who watches the city waiting for the opportunity to help the city become like the House of Githaleon – quiet, decaying, and home to nature once again.
Of course, if a druid does indeed live in the old tower above the church, even they know better than to descend beneath the structure to the ancient undercrofts where the old temple master is buried.
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