The hilltop ruins are a quiet reminder that mercy is a lost tradition. Once dedicated to Sinakad, God of Mercy for the Trapped, the temple fell into disuse and then was partially torn down by raiding minotaurs bearing the black skull of Vivistat, God of Doom Unexplained. The massive statue of Sinakad was torn down and shattered, only his sandaled feet remaining on the great plinth at the top of the stairs before the entrance to the inner fane.
While the statues of Sinakad have all been torn down and destroyed, there are still remnants of the worship of the God of Mercy for the Trapped here. The image of Sinakad is still carved into many of the columns around the structure – a massive human body roughly 18 feet tall with the head of a mighty…
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