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An opulent stone building committed to a celestial god, which goes on standing no matter how much time washes over it…
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I have drawn a temple before, and I have drawn a castle before, but this capital-T Temple is a marriage of the two!

Vaulted ceilings rise high over intricately-laid stone floors depicting the celestial bodies, and sunlight filters through the tall glass windows to shine upon them. One can imagine the echoing voice of a priest, or the acoustics of a wedding ceremony.

I also like to imagine this hall as a sort of teleportation nexus, be it through space, planes, or time itself! A character might stand in the central floor design, recite an incantation, and be cast instantaneously through the cosmic veil. The ruined map variant might be where they end up…

There are even more variations – and assets to make your own – in the expanded Celestial Temple Pack:

I hope that this Celestial Temple can find a place in your campaign! Do you have a god that would appreciate the sun/star imagery? Have any other ideas to do with this holy fortress? Please let us know with a comment!

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Ross McConnell

Artist and DM, I draw the maps, record the videos, and write the articles here at 2-Minute Table Top. It's my ideal creative outlet, and it's all thanks to you!

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