Once a temple to the vanished god Deneir, this impressive cathedral of soaring
towers, flying buttresses, and great windows has become a haunted ruin. Gargoyles perch at every corner, though not always in the same position. Reedy music emanates from the structure, dirgelike and laden with the sadness of ultimate loss. Majestic double doors and blackened glass windows open into the main area of the cathedral, the central chapel. Soaring columns raise a shadowed roof high above. The walls of the chapel hold ledges lined with statues, blackened and begrimed, faces seeming to leer in the darkness. Throughout the structure, no supporting arch or door is without decoration, no door or wall is absent of runes, and no empty space is unfilled with menacing sculpture.
All stories agree that Spirit Soaring is haunted, though no one knows by what. Are the sculptures inhabited by evil spirits, or do the vengeful ghosts of past inhabitants yet walk the darkened corridors and catacombs beneath? No one who has entered intending to loot the sacristy has ever again emerged, so the true nature of the threat remains a mystery.