The aged tortle mystic Leukun built this stone structure to house great works of tortle art, spirituality, and all knowledge of the grand unified turtle theory. Originally intended to have a much taller tower, the elderly Leukun realized that he didn’t have the time to complete more levels, and at 41 years of age he capped the tower (with an egg-like dome) at 44 feet tall.
The stonework of the structure was Leukun’s life’s work. The contents of the tower are collected from other tortle archives – in many cases reproductions brought here by tortle sages and adventurers, but also a library of original works that were rescued from other tortle collections. The alabaster egg-like dome on the tower gives the tower section a beautiful nacreous light mornings and evenings – shining down on statues of a pair of tortle mystics.
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