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Main Hall The main area of the interior of the temple is a circular room where people can come to pray. Among the stone walls of rose and regular quartz are etchings of the deeds that have been performed by the Goddess of the Wind. A sense of serenity hangs about in the air of the Main Hall, seemingly forbidding any thought of violence. Close to the top of the ceiling are a series of squares where the forces of nature are allowed to enter. There are seven entryways to the Rooms of the Wind and at the head of the area is a series of steps that lead up to the Room of the Goddess.
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Rooms of the Wind Although the priests and priestesses can be found all over the Temple of Wind, they can mainly been found within the several small rooms that branch off from the Main Hall. These rooms are filled with a variety of items that a scholar would appreciate the ability to browse through: books and many scrolls written upon in fine script. All of the seven rooms contain a small shrine dedicated to the Goddess and there are paintings upon the wall depicting Her.
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Room of the Goddess This room is quite different than the rest of the temple; for one, it is carved of onyx instead of quartz, yet, more importantly, this is the room that the Goddess Windya herself resides in. A mystical wind continuously blows across the small, circular room to remove any sort of unfriendly heat that might be created by leaving the air stagnant. At the end of the room is a throne of onyx like the rest of the room that is plain in style, but it is also where Windya sits.
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Courtyard Before the entrance of the temple is the courtyard: a rectangular space with the only exits being the wide steps to the interior of the temple and the way to the grasslands that surround the holy place. At the center of the courtyard is a statue of the Goddess Windya with her hands clasped together and her eyes gazing forth to the skies. It is a massive statue that towers to a height that matches the temple and was surely crafted by a very skillful artisan.