By User Michel Andre
For all outward appearances, the temple of The Fallen Sky is certainly architecturally impressive: A flawless marble temple with marble roof tiles; Ionic columns of 18 meters with carved bands atop form an 8 by 20 design. A spectacular frieze is carved on all sides and beautifully sculpted figures decorate the acroteria and pediments. This construction is majestic with one possible defect: while a false porch can be included for aesthetic balance, this temple has two and no entrance!
The lack of entryway is not the only odd feature of the temple. Studies made of the decorative frieze and figures reveal changes but no one know when or how. Those ambling through the ambulatory frequently describe feeling uncomfortably constricted by the columns. Any who spend a lengthy time near the temple begin feeling inexplicably desolate or frustrated. Of course, the most disturbing truth about the temple of The Fallen Sky is that it appeared in Arborea when the pantheon of Olympus disappeared.