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The temple is a massive, beautiful structure that has detailed masonry and sculpture work, high-reaching stone arches housing towering stained glass windows that depict various stages of the sun in the sky, statues of ten-foot-high armored soldiers set into pillars like celestial guardians, and multiple stories that climb to a great spire. Every square foot of the exterior is covered with subtle carvings of vines and leaves that frame the powerful supports, all reaching upwards toward the stretching rays of the sun upon each of the depictions.
The interior is a glorious hall of towering stone walls draped in red velvet banners, with chiseled detail framing the numerous 40-foot tall stained glass windows bearing images of holy stories of Pelor. In the center is a raised central platform holding an altar of the Dawnfather. Among the pews are two large towers that rise up in the middle of the chamber with balconies, and there are a set of raised royal seats towards the back that face the entire inside with stairs that raise up to them.
"The Cathedral" (2x86)
The Mighty Nein intercepted Obann and his compatriots in the Chantry of the Dawn and a battle ensued inside the church.
"Frigid Propositions" (2x109)
While passing through Rexxentrum, the mighty Nein stopped by the Chantry to see the damage after the battle in "The Cathedral" (2x86).
- Fan art of Chantry of the Dawn, by BlackSalander (source). Used with permission.
- Fan art of the Chantry in the storm, by Joric (source). Used with permission.
- Fan art of Caleb's distraction, by Cyarna Trim (source). Used with permission.
- Fan art of Caleb's entrance, by Megan Dunne (source). Used with permission.
- Fan art of the Angel of Irons champions, by BlackSalander (source). Used with permission.
- Fan art of Dispel - 5th Level, by oliviahintz (source). Used with permission.
- Screenshot of the interior of the Fane Room."The Cathedral" (2x86) at 4:10:52