By Fowler R.H., Milne E.A.
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This is the Temple of Mahememnûn, the resident temple to Neroth, Lord of the Underworld, which connects to a walled rectory and garden courtyard for the Nerothian priests who serve here via a wooden door in a nearby wall. On each side of the pyramid is a set of steps leading to the top, which is crowned with a small domed shrine accessed by four archways veiled in pungent wafting smoke. Within the shrine is a masterfully crafted marble statue of Beltine as a youthful Myrantian maiden mounted on a stylized pedestal in a shallow pool with blossoming water lilies, holding a Was scepter and a golden lotus.
They will play up the weird mystical air of the place, playfully toying with customers by nonchalant use of cantrips, and giving strange, riddling, or minimal answers, as they do not like to be disturbed. However, if customers seem serious, especially if they are wise in the ways of magic, the pair will become more solemn, endeavoring to serve their patrons faithfully and find what they need. The sisters will hire out and cast spells or do short term examinations of magical writing and items at standard rates.
Tiye’ is really Jadwa’s half sister, being the daughter of her mother and Heru Bas. She loves to jovially toy with the men of the Medja flirtatiously, knowing that Heru would skin alive any man under his command that dared to touch her. She has great affection for him and spends much time with Heru, but is completely unaware that he is really her father. She plays jokes all the time, acting in concert with her sister in the Veil of Shu, and unlike Jadwa, she can go too far. O F S W O R D S Temple of Mahememnûn On the northern side of the Willow Street Necropolis is a long porch lined with a few stone benches that backs several buildings facing the Via Salix.
A Note on the Principle of Detailed Balancing by Fowler R.H., Milne E.A.